Need a(nother) reminder to leave the lights off at home? Try this switch from designer Scott Amron, which doubles as a fully functioning hook. Hang your coat and keep your energy usage on the down low.
Oh, what this switchplate would do to streamline our time spent looking for misplaced things. Slip your to-be-mailed letters into the ledge on top and hang your keys on the hooks down below, and the essentials will always be at the ready when—and where—you need them.
You never know when inspiration might strike, so it's always a good idea to carry around a notebook to jot down your flashes of brilliance. A blank page isn't much good without a writing utensil, however, so this clever, conveniently-Moleskine-sized cover by R & L ensures you will never be without lead when you need it. Slip a #2 in the slot and you're ready to take notes for the next great American novel.
Bruised bananas are a total bummer. Hang yours on this special split and ensure that they'll stay that perfect shade of yellow until you're ready to peel.
Concrete and steel come together to create these super small scale industrial-chic accessories. 22 Design Studio partnered with Designboom to make the rings, which come in two different styles—corner and rock—and sized to fit your finger.
No need to clutter the crib with plastic playthings when your baby begins to teethe; Their toys can be good for their gums, good for the environment, and darn good-looking, too. Made from solid maple that's sanded smooth, these simple shapes from Little Sapling Toys are easy to grasp and clean, and for every purchase a tree is planted for Trees for the Future. If you're looking for gifts for a young one, their site has a bunch of beautifully crafted pieces, from blocks and skittles, to rattles and a rocking unicorn.
Daylight savings time means another hour in the evening to wear your favorite shades. When the sun sets, slip your sunnies into one of these bright cases from Pantone Universe and set off into the night in style.
In the midst of the near-constant stream of chairs, tableware, sofas and rugs, it can be rare to see a product which focuses on the specific needs of an aging population. Universal design is often overlooked, which is why these lovely canes caught our eye. Specifically created to celebrate the fact that "life is both imperfect and beautiful," the Baltic birch walking aids would suit anyone, young or old, who needs a little assistance to get around.