Crush‘s minimalist bags and cushions are sleek and most definitely influenced by Japanese design. Nina Provan and Nick Rennie are the two behind the venture that partners leather and fabrics from Febrik and Kvadrat to create timeless, versatile wares for your home and wardrobe. Crush Crush Crush Crush


Hawkins New York

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Hawkins New York features a selection of lovely home goods from a handful of renowned designers, as well as a few pieces from their own line. With the idea of “design for life” as the driving force, you can choose from kitchen, furniture, lighting, textiles, and objects to beautify your space.


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Linen Tea Towel // Emblem Candlesticks // Jackson Dinnerware // Shapes Rug // 
Door Stops // Simple Linen Pillows


CB2 Spring

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Somewhere along the way, CB2 has become less the little sister to Crate & Barrel and more the standout. The offshoot has become a destination for affordable modern design that I find myself clamoring for and ogling. CB2’s spring collection is incredible, full of bold modern lines and lots of metallics.


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Guerrero Wedge

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The Guerrero Wedge is an age old solution with a modern look. The sleek geometric shape and vibrant colors are just the solution I need for all of the wonky doors in my old home. Bonus: it’ll look just as good as a paperweight or objet on a shelf.


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Little Korboose

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Little Korboose, the name a nod to modern architect Le Corbusier, is helmed by April Nemeth. The line draws on modern, minimalist design traditions, with a distinctively playful twist. My favorite pieces are dish towels, but be sure and check out the fun kid’s line as well.


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Reiko Kaneko

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I have a few lovely glazed pieces in my home, but recently I’ve found myself drawn to the look even more. Reiko Kaneko designs fine bone china in elegant, functional shapes; glassware and terracotta that is beautifully thin and light; and pure white china dipped in rich glazes. And I love that there’s constant experimentation in the studio with new reactive glazes!


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Light and Ladder

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Light and Ladder excels on one particular point that I consider in every purchase for my home – elevating the everyday through beauty and function. The Brooklyn-based design studio strives to create objects that are thoughtful, useful, and made to last through inspiration from simplicity of the natural world and the geometric lines of the modern city. I’d call the union a wild success.


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