These infinitely interesting salt and pepper shakers don't just resemble the traditional ear and mouth pieces from the telephones of yore; they really are (unused) pieces taken from from real phones!
It's nigh impossible to find to two identical flowers, and it's not too much to expect the same subtle uniqueness in your bud vases, too. Ohio-based designer Cynthia Vardhan hand-throws each and every one of these porcelain pots, making each as individual as the blooms you display inside.
These iconic salt and pepper shakers are perfect as a hostess gift. Place a set in front of each of your guests to make your tabletop playful.
- American Design Club is a group of designers that exists to help promote the work of designers working the US of A. The AmDC shop is a treasure trove of giftable items; here are our picks.
Gravity gets a starring role in Finnish designer Tanja Sipila's aptly-named Newton cream and sugar set. The small porcelain dish that cradles the cubes will tilt when the milk is poured.
The design of this timeless piece feels considered, from the distribution of weight to the thickness of the glass.
Los Angeles-based design studio Poketo joined forces with Bobby Solomon of design and culture blog Kitsune Noir to curate and create Spacetime, a collection of wall art (and wallets and t-shirts) featuring some very cool work from some very cool artists. Each pack of decals contains four sheets—one each from Mike Perry, Damien Correll, Andy Miller, and Cody Hudson (pictured)—with stickers that can be peeled off and reapplied as many times as you like.
Also well-worth checking out the Desktop Wallpaper Project on Kitsune Noir to deck out your computer or iPhone with equally awesome illustrations.
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 the garden, which makes coordinating pieces a breeze.