A beautifully aged Danish daybed from the 1960s—complete with headboard storage (there is a hidden compartment in there) and some pretty unique plaid upholstery.
It's cold outside so use the season as an excuse to get an electric kettle that looks like a pair of Issey Miyake trousers. This was designed by Italian architect and member of Memphis design movement Michele de Lucchi, and comes in several other colors to choose from.
The IKEA "Lykta" lamp has been in and out of production for decades. The most recent styles from the early 2010s are frosted white glass while the funky colors—like this lime green—are believed to be from the 1980s and '90s.
Danish designer Kai Kristiansen is a master of warm wood—especially teak and rosewood. His modular shelving system and chairs may be his most famous work, but his dressers and credenzas are equally noteworthy.
I recently discovered the work of Ian Riccardo from my friends at the shop General Admission in Los Angeles. He makes everything from artful, functional ceramics to sculptural objects from his childhood backyard in Compton, California.
Good texture, burnt-out color with tonal stripes, and hand-loomed from recycled materials. That's what we call a triple-threat floor mat.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec knew a thing or two about painting a good time. His work captured the ritzy modern life of late 19th-century Paris, and this one would make a worthy addition to any wall.
This set of Japanese incense matches comes complete with its own burning mat. Strike one for ten minutes of calming tea tree aroma.
A vintage vase with earthy tones, a subtle crackle glaze, and an abstract floral motif.
Forgecraft (a sub-label under Washington Forge) earned a reputation for producing well-made and affordable knives back in its heyday. This set—midnight black handles with shimmering glitter details—is probably from the 1960s, and just looks as good today.
Get a weird mirror that isn't all squiggly. This thing is fucked-up in the best kind of way.
When it comes to a stylish and solid folding chair, this one from REI is hard to beat. The utility-rope details give a rugged look, and the powder-coated steel frame will stand up to years of use.