Copper Photo Bar, $28 at the Dwell Store The Copper Photo Bar from Yield Design Co. is a minimally designed option for displaying photos, prints, or postcards. The Photo Bar features a copper bar that encases six magnets that are used to hold photos and prints, and also has a matching copper nail to secure the hanging system to the wall.
Recycled Glass Conical Tumblers – Set of 6, $36–$72 at the Dwell Store The elegant recycled glassware series from Hawkins New York was designed in collaboration with Moroccan artisans. Each piece in the handmade collection, including this set of six glasses, has a natural variation, recycled glass tint, and minor bubbling, making every piece in the collection one-of-a-kind. Available in three sizes (large shown).
Marlowe Waxed Canvas Lunch Bag, $44 at the Dwell Store The Marlowe Waxed Canvas Lunch Bag from Peg and Awl recalls the classic look of a traditional paper lunch sack, but in a sturdier and more sustainable form. Inspired by friend Katie Marlowe—for whom the bag is named—the lunch bag contains a small pocket, meant for passing a note to whoever will use the bag.
Bruer Cold Brew Coffee Maker, $75 at the Dwell Store The Bruer Cold Brew Coffee Maker is an innovative kitchen product that allows people to brew cold brew coffee in their own homes. Cold brew coffee is a smooth coffee that is less acidic and bitter than hot brewed coffee. The process extracts different compounds from the coffee, giving it a different flavor than hot or iced coffee.
Norm Wire Bowl, $40–$50 at the Dwell Store With its Wire Bowl, Menu takes a simple storage accessory and recasts it as a distinctive accent. Comprised of steel wire, the wire bowl is available in powder-coated colors, chrome-plated, or brass-plated versions. Whether in soft colors or metallic, the wire bowl can be used for a variety of functions, from holding fruit, displaying accents, or for storing textiles like napkins or dishcloths.
Tipsy Paperweight, $35 at the Dwell Store Tipsy is a tabletop object that is crafted from solid turned brass and turned maple. Structured in a teardrop shape with a weighted brass base and conical wood top, Tipsy is impossible to knock over, and can be used as a paperweight, accent piece, desktop toy, or even as a stress reliever.
Stanley Magnetic Photo Stand, $26–$35 at the Dwell Store The Stanley Photo Stand from Portland, Oregon’s Plywerk is a versatile solution for displaying photographs. Made of locally harvested or salvaged western walnut wood from the Pacific Northwest, the two pieces of wood are embedded with ultra-strong neodymium magnets that snap securely together to hold photographs, postcards, or even shopping lists.
Sound1 Bluetooth Speakers, $85 at the Dwell Store The Sound1 Speakers deliver clear, crisp stereo sound and pair with Bluetooth-enabled portable devices and computers. Embedded magnets allow speakers to be conjoined into a single piece, which can be neatly stowed away in the included pouch. When not in use, cables can be discreetly stowed at the bottom of each speaker.