1. Have cup, will travel
The Geode Rose Eats 16-ounce cup by S’well is picture-perfect for a meal on the go. ThermaS’well technology keeps
your snack cold (or hot!), and the container is BPA-free. $40, swell.com
2. Go, green
The adorable Ponytail Palm from Lively Root arrives by mail and is ready to brighten up your space right out of
the box; starting at $38, livelyroot.com.
3. Super bowls
Store-bought items can’t contend with the warmth of handcrafted goods like Red Barn Pottery’s nesting bowls. Ceramicist Nancy Nardone finishes these bowls with a matte “wild sage” glaze that is both rustic and neutral; $49, etsy.com.
4. Safe keeping
If you’re a phone-dropper, Pela’s Seashell Expression case is your ultimate safety net. Plus, it’s pretty and compostable (the case is made from super-strong flax fiber leftover from harvest); $60, pelacase.com.
5. A grain of salt
Made of porcelain with a hand-stitched leather pull, the gorgeous Remo Cellar by DBO Home is so handsome, you may decide not to forgo salt; $80, cedarandhyde.com.
6. Basket case
Woven seagrass brings structure and airiness to West Elm’s two-tone basket; starting at $36, westelm.com.
7. Statement piece
Made from reclaimed walnut with epoxy accents, WoodLab’s one-of-a-kind charcuterie boards are the ultimate in form and function; starting at $145, woodlab.co.
8. Ahhh, aromatherapy
Too many diffusers are made from plastic, but Vitruvi’s stone diffusers are crafted from high-quality ceramic and look like art pieces; $119, vitruvi.ca.
9. Milk it
Once you discover Almond Cow – and how easy it is to make fresh, preservative-free plant milk – you’ll be a fan for life; $245, almondcow.co.
From Spring 2022