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While we'll always cherish the Lucite waterfall table archetype, this jaunty yet incognito little number holds a newer, I-shaped place in our hearts.
The Trollstra injects a dose of Dorothy Draper–meets Scandinavian design into the end table genre; the classical turned legs are topped with a clever, removable tray.
Originally designed for Umbra, Canadian designer Natalie Kruch's Balloona stool is a slap-happy choice for an affordable side table. For a 3D Jackson Pollock effect, 500 deflated balloons are...
This edgy, angular Faceted Mirror Side Table’s antiqued mirror surface reflects and refracts light, creating dimension and lightening up the look of any room.
Giving delicate plants the Edward Scissorhands treatment with your safety shears simply won’t work. Prune limp leaves, snip wilted blooms, and keep plants prim with this hardy iron ikebana...
Tropical plants are some of the most popular choices for indoor gardens—what’s not to love about their exotic blooms and far-out foliage? Drier indoor air is tough on these humidity...
Originally intended as sake cups, these button-size and budget-priced cubes are ideal containers for smaller succulents and epiphytes (that’s botanist-speak for “air plant”).
The novelty of a terrarium never ceases to amaze—scaled-down ecosystems contained within glass! These Aeriums of lichens, moss, and tillandsias are a fresh take on the beloved garden...
A vertical garden is in everyone’s reach with these tillandsia holders. Even the smallest and most unconventional of spaces can host a splash of green with the help of these trident-like...
These pots in 15 different colors can be emblazoned with a logo or, if an insignia isn’t your style, left plain. Bauer’s line of ceramics extends from the kitchen to the living room to...
Brightly hued, these tools will ensure that simple gardening tasks won’t leave you stuck in the weeds. And their ruby redness is practical—you’ll never lose sight of them no...
Gainey Ceramics has been turning out crisp, clean-lined ceramicware since the 1940s. Years of perfecting their craft lead to this contemporary take on their iconic Cylinder planter from the 1960s....
Go ahead and leave this stainless-steel watering can out in the rain. You won’t have to fuss about rust. It also comes in three different sizes.
Why settle for a garden-variety green hose in your yard, when Dramm makes iterations of them in a spectrum of colors, from fire-engine red to vibrant plum to lemony yellow?
Keep desktop clutter under control with these modular organizers manufactured in Petaluma, California. This compartmentalized vessel can serve as a makeshift pot while also holding writing...
Oh, how we swooned over the bright-orange paint on this attractive trowel! It comes in two sizes, narrow and wide, and has a handy built-in eyelet for easy hanging in your tool shed.
Terra-cotta planters are ubiquitous, but these pots (available in white or natural clay) by Brooklyn-based designer Megumi Yoshida update the typology with a mod geometric bent. Only downside: The...
Goods that get better with age are a testament to workmanship. These hardy leather utility gloves by Sullivan, which has been making them by hand since 1941, exemplify that ideal.
Modern housewares manufacturer Alessi teamed up with Finnish designer Eero Aarnio to create the Diva, a curvaceous green, black, or white watering can that looks as good as it is handy.
Organizational accessories are on our collective brains these days, perhaps due to the fact that our desks look more like the aftermath of an F5 tornado than workstations. Enter the Wood Whale, a...