The Quiet Botanist is a lovely apothecary in Hudson, New York and this bundle of dried flowers is a heart of blue sage surrounded by Kent Oregano, Globe Amaranth, Pepper Grass, and various foraged others.
This carved-wood container is painted with vibrant lacquer. Plus, it kind of looks like a mushroom which is fun.
In Common With—the studio founded by RISD classmates Nick Ozemba and Felicia Hung—is second to none when it comes to contemporary lighting. Their "Arundel" series was inspired by a piece spotted at a garage sale in Maine—cleverly tweaked to be classic and eccentric at once.
From the Japanese fashion label Neighborhood, this rug is almost guaranteed to scare the hell out of you should you forget it there. Buyers beware.
A tonal and earthy take on a checkerboard print that is made in small batches in London with fabric dyed with natural extracts.
Designed by Mario Bellini for Cassina in 1977, the "Cab" series featured a steel structure covered in a leather "dress" featuring strategically placed zippers to allow the material to envelop the entire silhouette.
These made-in-Sweden candle holders are painted wood and beautifully weathered.
A long sold-out collection of drawings from artist Wes Lang that was pressed for the NY Art Book Fair 2018.
This 1960s-era daybed is definitely in the vein of the French designer Charlotte Perriand. The pop of red would look pretty great with the aforementioned Wes Lang book.
"Hey! I'm offering you an olive branch here!"
A cleverly designed side table made of transparent colored acrylic that can be used vertically or horizontally. (There are plenty of colors to choose from, too.)