Xenia Taler

 

Xenia Taler‘s casually refined lifestyle goods have an undeniable signature look that draws you right in. My favorite pieces in her shop at the moment is this collection of geometric incense holders that are handmade in Canada. Each one has a cork bottom to protect surfaces and wipes clean with a cloth.

 

 

 

 

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Cork Trays

 

Inspired by more traditional baskets, designer Saif Faisal created a group of cork trays. The soft square, circular, and loop shapes are made from two types of the material – one for the main piece and a second for the strap. They’re so beautifully versatile that you can use them in the kitchen, on your dresser, or even hang them on the wall.

 

 

 

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Doucement

 

Doucement is an independent textile art and design studio helmed by Monica Hofstadter. The textile objects she creates from natural fibers and radiant plastics blur the line between minimalist art and over the top creature comforts. Each piece is inspired by the love of being home, creating serene moments for the senses, and the magic and spirituality of the tangible world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nest

 

Nest is a literal nest egg! Crafted in 3D printed porcelain and steel as a numbered edition, Nest can be used to collect change and then smashed when full. Its metal base doubles as a makeshift hammer when the time comes, and inside you’ll find an unexpected homage to the traditional piggy bank in miniature.

 

 

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