Sleek and simple with a nod to the
architectural is the cornerstone of this minimalist esthetic.
Hand-crafted from walnut by Afghani
artisans, these screens are typically used in older homes in lieu of windows
and are pieced together by hand into intricate geometric patterns.
Tray, $149. Available at Far & Wide
Crafted by Haitian artisans from
recycled cement bags, part of the proceeds from these bowls goes directly into
the hands of the artist who made it.
PROJECT Medium Cement Bowl, $40. Available at The Bay.
Designed to bring out and enhance the
aroma of cognac, these sphere-like glasses just feel good in your hands.
Copenhagen Cognac Glass, $61. Available at The Modern Shop.
Inspired by Russian nesting dolls,
these measuring cups take up minimal storage space.
M-Cups Matryoshka Doll Measuring Cups Set, US $10. Available at MoMA Store.
Simple and sexy. The perfect vessel for
everything from micro-greens to homemade caesar salad.
Ensalada Wood Bowl & Server Set, $60. Available at IQ Living.
A toaster this good looking scores
bonus points for its ability to warm up our day-old croissants.
With Bread Warmer Sandwich Maker Stefano Giovannoni. $214. Available at MoMA Store.
7. Great Dane
Created in 1937 by the
world-renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, the Bauhaus-inspired typography
on this porcelain mug feels fresh and modern.
Milk Jug by Design Letters, $42. Available at The Modern Shop.
8. Side Kicks
Originally designed in
1952 by designer Eva Ziesel, this gravy boat deserves a prime spot on the
holiday table and is in danger of overshadowing the main event.
Crate&Barrel Classic Century Sauce Boat, $65. Available at Crate&Barrel.
9. Oh Joy
Not just for the
Holidays, the design enthusiast will appreciate the simple and straightforward
message this sign conveys all year long.
Vintage marquee JOY sign, US $199. Available at Restoration Hardware.
The lusty organic shape and mirrored
finish on the architect-designed cobra bowl make it the go-anywhere,
Jensen Cobra Bowl. $95. Available at The Bay.