Emma Mierop's ruffled linen scarf for a non-boring neutral.
A must-read magazine about thrifting glories for anyone who loves clothes and a vintage couch from Obsolete to sprawl out on while you read it.
Laila Gohar's particularly pleasing bean pot for Hay.
Cinnamon-and-cayenne Viper Balm, to get the blood flowing.
Tiny (and tasty) Italian jujubes in bright polka-dotted wrappers stuffed in a vintage crystal apple or a Helle Mardahl bonbon dish.
Marina Abramovic playing cards, for a little performance art every day.
A pocketable Sennelier watercolor palette, for color on the go.
Pleasing pleats in a handy tote.
A Coco & Wolf Liberty silk pillowcase to encourage pleasantly trippy dreams.
And a tree from space—specifically, a sycamore moon seedling grown from a seed astronaut Stuart Roosa carried to the moon in 1971 on the Apollo 14 mission.