Its form evokes an envelope and its function encourages putting pen to paper and sending a note through the post. This limited edition GOODD exclusive from designer David Weatherhead might not help you sort your online bills or send any friendly emails, but it will keep your tactile correspondence in order. Made of powder coated steel, and also available in black or bright "Pillar Box" red.
It's never too early to experience the monuments that dot our dear metroplises. Muji has turned London's landmarks—ike Big Ben, the BT Tower, double decker buses and black cabs—into simple shapes suitable for your kid to explore from the comfort of the living room, and with the London Design Festival taking place at the end of this week, now's a great time to introduce them to the Gherkin. The sets are also available for New York, Paris, and Tokyo.
- Send a super-special note to someone you love. There's something strangely thrilling about a blank piece of loose-leaf, and this fabric sheet will only get better with your hand-embroidered note or doodle.
Turn that frown upside down with a holiday spirit. These playful stainless-steel bottle openers by Poketo (available in "Crazy" or "Happy") are sure to lift anyone's mood, even the grouchiest of grinches.
With a 35.4 inch diameter, Kartell's Neutra is best suited to a room with some serious square footage. The polycarbonate frame is available in black or white.
The Studio Desk by BlueLounge holds the simple solution for much of your desktop clutter. A secret compartment within the desk houses all the cords, plugs, and the like that typically manage to snake their way around the stapler and through the task lamp. Not only do we love the BlueLounge’s clean lines and simple white desktop (with a removable black mat), but we’re enamored with just how cleverly the elongated slot at the back corals our cables, gives us space for a power strip, and then sends but a single cord down to an awaiting outlet.