What Jonathan Nesci's a-frame A_Stool lacks in swivel it more than makes up for in style. The simple seat is made from a thin 1/4 inch of powder-coated aluminum, and is available black and white in two heights, bar and counter.
The white embroidered links give notNeutral's 100% organic cotton quilt a bit of intrigue without overwhelming the throw with pattern. Plus, it's reversible, so when it's time to keep warm you can choose which color—sable brown or ozone blue—to show, and which to snuggle up to.
This simply shaped maple veneer mobile makes like a modern flock taking flight above your baby's bed. It's just one of the many lovely things on display at Bookhou, a beautiful shop based in Toronto, which offers a selection of handmade, small-batch items from tea cozies and coasters to benches and chairs to paintings and sculpture.
Spring cleaning is (likely) not the most glamorous thing you'll get up to this month, but there's little else that's more fulfilling than emptying out a junk drawer and organizing—really and truly organizing—the contents that remain. These open-topped bamboo boxes are a nice alternative to plastic bins, and, because they're stackable, would suit almost any depth of drawer.