Chipped dishes and threadbare towels technically serve a purpose. But are they serving you? Upgraded home essentials help you grab onto the next ring of adulting – whatever your age.
Our co-founder marks International Women’s Day 2018 with a spotlight on the women-founded, women-run companies she admires. From thoughtfully-made dresses to sustainable footwear, urban farming to refugee aid, these organizations tackle ideas big and small, and inspire every day.
Meet the micro-comforts you never knew you’d crave. Pieces that feel like a joy to hold and a revelation to sip from. Glassware that looks downright incredible on dining tables, bar carts, nightstands, bathtub ledges, or any horizontal surface that calls for a drink. (Really: don’t they all?)
What are you wearing on your next vacation? May we entice you to reconsider your current resortwear and replace it with… a towel? Consider: it always fits, provides countless looks, and requires no dry-cleaning. It’s the dream outfit, minus the part about it not actually being an outfit.
Homepolish designer Tali Roth is no stranger to big-impact design statements – but she draws the line at patterned sheets. Read on for the New York-based, Melbourne-born interior designer’s take on bedroom decor, the importance of storage, and more.
Manhattan for your morning bagel, Chicago for a decadent smorgasboard of meat-centric dishes, then out west for a light vegan dinner: it’s all within your reach thanks to the greatest restaurant cookbooks.
Beyond the information you get from laying in it – the weight, the texture, the crispness – there’s a backstory to how it was made. What chemicals was it treated with? What kind of waste did it leave on its way to you? What steps were taken to ensure that it was sustainably made?
This year, before you vy for an 8pm-on-February-14th reservation, take pause: couldn’t you do things a little better at home? Why not take the opportunity to shake up the most (or least, depending on your POV) romantic day of the year, while shaking off some of the more cliche trappings of the holiday in the process. Sorry, conversation hearts.