shopping 07.31.17

Cool Design


Snazzy matches from Red Hook's Foxy and Winston, $4.




Brooklyn studio Haptic Lab has designed a crane kite with a swooping wingspan of nearly five feet. $56




Best Made in Tribeca has given this weather station a bit of attitude. It lets you know in no uncertain terms when things are just right and when they're not. $178




Aussie store and design studio Third Drawer Down uses a Louise Bourgeois artwork as the basis of a garden tool and apron set. $75




Cuteness overload from Brooklyn-based Coral and Tusk. The mouse tooth fairy pillow has a built-in basket for the tooth fairy, on the honor system, to pay out for a baby tooth offering. $44




New to Love Adorned, Lori Leven's sterling silver Egyptian sunrise earrings. $345




Evolution in Soho has a series of gorgeous botanical posters, $259, including this one of Pisum sativum.




Domus in the theater district sells these love letter napkins, penned by Balzac, Lord Byron, James Joyce, and Keats, hand-screened onto cotton. $58, set of four.




Marble Tree Run from Playing Mantis in Tribeca rustles to life when a marble drops onto wood leaves, creating different tones. $69-$369




A British-Danish collaboration available on A+R, the 30 Degree Pendant Light made of oak veneer. $110-$340




Charles and Marie carries this pepper grinder owl, designed by Jesper Wulff for Spring Copenhagen. $89




That fire extinguisher in the corner is an essential item, but does it have to be ugly? Generate has a line of snappy answers to the question. $119




For the gluten-tolerant, beauty in simplicity: Manufactum's walnut wood bread bin. $172




We like the Half Moon Clutch, in dust blue, by LateLee Studio, of South Korea, carried by Poketo. $160




From design team Gridy, based in Oslo, a fungi shelf, inspired by the kind the grows horizontally out of trees. Perfect for your iPhone or reading glasses. At 2 Modern, $59-$120




The Chilewich dot shag mat, through Amuse, $55, gives jaunty punctuation to a hallway or bathroom.




The Pip Pip Bird Feeder, by Swedish designer Stina Sandwall, adds curb appeal to attract your avian friends. Scandinavian Grace, $159















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