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Lignum Fold Bowls

These geometric bowls are just the right thing to organize bits and bobs. It’s geometric, of course, but also somehow soft in appearance, as the facets angle subtly inward towards the base. Made by hand in London by Another Studio.
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Price: £34.00-45.00
Available from: Another Studio

Profile Servers

Don’t these salad servers look like they should be on the set of a futuristic movie? The ridged profile of extruded aluminum nests neatly in a bowl, drawer, or hook. You could even go super edgy and serve single portions on on the servers, as a sort of skinny dish (image below).
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Price: $30.00
Available from: Umbra Shift

Cantaro Pots

Now, these are some pretty plant pots. The burnished clay shapes with black steel bases look like sculptural art, and, for good reason: each one takes three weeks to complete. All Cantaro pots are made start-to-finish in a fair trade environment by master artisans in Jalisco, Mexico. Note that over time, the finish will fade, giving it a softer, lighter hue.
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Price: $250.00
Available from: The Citizenry

Hot Stuff! Food Thermometer

Yep, you read that right, Hot Stuff! is the name of this food thermometer. And it looks kind of exciting, if you can say that about a thermometer. A silicone body makes it easy to hold and use, and there’s an adjustable marker so you see when your meal reaches the desired temperature (it also acts as a stopper so the thermometer won’t roll away).
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Price: $65.00 - 75.00
Available from: Luminaire

Pinocchio Vases

Still searching for the right Mother’s Day gift? Well, hurry up and get one of these Pinocchio Vases, because they’re cute and playful. A slender, curved base acts as a vase, and you can top it with either a wooden sphere or a reflective copper dish. Available in two sizes in either version, it’s sure to be a fun display for flowers.
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Price: $70.00-88.00
Available from: Luminaire

InsideOut Wood Trivet

Trivets aren’t usually the topic of conversation at the dinner table, but you may find yourself sharing the source of this one when your guests repeatedly ask. The playful swirls and loops of the InsideOut trivet protects your tabletop while looking like a fun, artistic centerpiece. Use just one for a small dish, or line several up in a row for a larger diner party.
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Price: $24.00-32.00
Available from: Gretel Home

Hex Key Holder

I could have sworn we had posted this clever little key holder before, but, nope, this is its first time on our pages. Inspired by the hex key tool, designer Yuko Maki added one more curve to create a key holder in several fetching colors.
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Price: $13.00
Available from: Forage Modern Workshop

Plant Sticks by fruitsuper

Plant Sticks! They are just what you think- sticks for your plants to add structure. The set of three brass shapes fit a wide range of plants, and each will support your leafy friends as they grow tall and strong. (Could be a nice Mother’s Day gift?)
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Price: $32.00
Available from: fruitsuper

White Oak Rise Bookstand

Do you need a special stand for those special books and magazines? Look no further than this White Oak Rise Bookstand. It is handmade with classic joinery techniques (that means no nails or screws) and designed by the mother and son duo Sun at Six in Brooklyn, NY.
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Price: $225.00
Available from: Spartan Shop

Dusen Dusen Towels

Yes, we’ve featured Dusen Dusen Towels before, but patterns and colors change, don’t you know, so here’s a fresh stack for your bathroom (and swimsuit). There’s several colors/patterns on Dusen Dusen’s site, and DWR has a set of their beach towels as well. All patterns are two tone reversible (jacquard weave), so you’ll have a double whammy of fun.
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Price: $75.00
Available from: Dusen Dusen

De JONG & Co. Walnut Salt and Pepper Mills

Need a nice salt or pepper mill? After all, you are an adult now, and not just any salt and pepper shakers will do. De JONG & Co. provides these lovely hand-turned shapes, which are perfectly functional and lovely to use. Don’t limit yourself to just salt and pepper either; each mill can be used for coffee beans or other spices. They also have beautiful serving boards available directly from their website, De JONG & Co..
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Price: $150.00
Available from: Spartan Shop

Swallow and Crane Kite

You’ve got an excellent reason to get out and enjoy the weather, because this Swallow Kite is just too good to pass up. Its wings flap when flying in the air, just like a real bird. There’s a larger Crane Kite as well, with “gangly” bamboo legs. Both would look just fine on a wall as decoration, but do make sure that they stretch their wings every now and then when the sun is out.
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Price: $28.00 - 56.00
Available from: Haptic Lab

Eeny Meeny Miny Trays

These Eeny Meeny Miny Trays nest together in various ways to accommodate that extra home and office paraphernalia that accumulates despite your best intentions. And, with three lovely color combinations, you’re sure to find just the right hues to complement your decor.
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‘Pion’ Lamps

A lamp by Bertjan Pot, you say? And it’s not too terribly expensive? Well, sign me up. The ‘Pion’ lamps for Wrong.London and Hay have a shape that references a pawn chess piece (‘Pion’ is the Dutch word for “pawn”). Crafted from a stitched composite ‘Nomex’ paper, the lamp gives off a soft, diffused glow that’s sure to set the right ambience in any room. The shape is supported by a steel frame and carbon-fibre rod, and, don’t worry, the shade is both UV-stable and flame resistant. Suitable for floor or table use.
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Price: €275.00
Available from: WallpaperSTORE*

Folded Vessel

Ah-ha! This proves that some designers are mercifully kind to those of us that can’t afford to just plonk down a thousand plus dollars for a beautiful book/magazine stand. Chen Chen & Kai Williams have designed the Folded Vessel for Good Thing, and it’s similar, though less expensive, to their Third Eye Vessel design. Three identical petals fasten together to form the floor-standing container, giving you an excellent spot to keep your records, books, and magazines. The pale pink or cobalt blue are very appealing options if you don’t mind a little color.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $150.00
Available from: good thing