Buckler's Black Currant Candle

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If there's one label that will get us excited about a candle it's the folks over at Buckler's. The Motley's house brand always hits it out of the park with their products and their Black Currant candle is just another great addition in a growing string of hits. The 100% soy wax candle has notes of black currant, narcissus, California Laurel, and white pepper and has a burn time of a little over 55 hours.

$38, The Motley

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Alexander Wang Objects N. 6

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Always a release we look forward to, Alexander Wang presents the next collection in 6th Objects line and yes, everything is black. His take on everyday essentials grows with pieces that are for both home and travel. A few favorites include the blacked-out whiskey stones and smokey black whiskey glasses, the black leather earbud holder (above), and the studded coasters. You'll aslo find leather Do Not Disturb/Please Disturb door signs, plush neck pillows, a lucky rabbit's foot keychain, sunglasses cases, and more.

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OFS. Task Lamp

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Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop updates the classic turn of the century task lamp with their own interpretation that brings a more modern look while remaining classic and elegantly timeless.

Perfect for any desk or work surface, the OFS. Task Lamp is made entirely in North America with a fully adjustable design that features powdercoated rods and brass joints set on a hand-turned walnut base and up top is a matching North Ammerican walnut shade.

$310, Old Faithful Shop

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Levi's Made and Crafted x Pendleton New West Blanket

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We have to admit, it got at little crazy there with the blanket collaborations, but this new one from Levi's Made and Crafted and Pendleton has definitely got our attention. Switching it up from the usual patterns, Levi's design team came up with a beautiful mountain pattern inspired by the Pacific Northwest.

Taken by the contrast of urban cityscapes against the natural landscapes of Washington, a sea of indigo creates their "Denim Mountain" patterns which is crafted from unnapped wool and cotton with a microsuede binding. The Queen-sized blanket is a limited edition and is Made in the USA.

$298,

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MAKR Folded Steel Shelf

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Shelving doesn't need to be statement piece, the items you place on it will do that for you. That's what you'll find with MAKR's Folded Steel Shelf, a simple piece of furniture crated in their signature no-nonsense aesthetic that has established a well-deserved cult following. The powdercoated white folded steel is complemented by a sliver of CNC-milled magnetic black walnut which covers the mounting screws to create a seamless look across your wall.

$160, MAKR

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Minimalux Neon Table Lights

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No, you're not looking at a scene from Tron, these are the latest designs from British design brand Minimalux who have created a range of table lights called NEON.

Inspired by the work of American artist Dan Flavin, NEON is constructed out of a lasercut and laser engraved folded stainless steel box with slim openings that allow the light to escape creating a bright, mysterious glow.

£125, Minimalux

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Martell Premiere Voyage

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Martell, one of the oldest of the big cognac houses, celebrates an incredible 300th anniversary next year and to mark the huge occasion they are releasing a new limited edition blend, Premiere Voyage.

Cellar Master, Benoît Fil, put together a map of founder Jean Martell's suppliers in the mid 1700s and retraced his footsteps and met with the winegrowing families who's ancestors supplied the founder centuries ago. Aged in oak barrels crafted from a 300 year old tree, the blend is said to have fruit notes that include hints of blackcurrant and orange peel which develop into notes of spice and beeswax. Martell also called upon French conceptual artist Bernar Venet to develop a stunning artpiece worthy of the blend. The artist created a Sèvres crystal decanter that sits in a display that surrounds the bottle in COR-TEN steel-arcs which serve as a reminder of the brand's heritage.

€10,000, Martell

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Menu Knot Trestle Desk

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Menu's Knot Trestle Desk is definitely a piece worthy of any workspace. The simple and elegant design was designed by Cecilie Manz who has designed for Bang & Olufsen and Fritz Hansen and the desk marks her first collaboration with the Danish furniture company.

The desk features a ash or ash veneer tabletop and two trestles that are held together beautifully by full grain leather straps tied in large knots. The Trestle Desk is available in solid ash or an all-black finish.

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Menu Daybed

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Sometimes its the quietest designs that make the biggest impressions. That's the case with Menu's Daybed, a versatile furniture piece that can easily go anywhere and make for a beautiful bench in the hallway or a place to catch a quick catnap.

Designed by Anita Johansen, the daybed is made with a simple ash frame and a thin upholstered cushion. It comes in an all-black colorway which you can setup with your choice of leather or felt, though we're quite taken with the light wood and grey felt colorway that's pictured above.

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Dyson 360 Eye

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James Dyson has his target set right on Roomba and he's sending in a monster of a robotic vaccuum to fight them. The new 360 eye is the end result of years and millions upon millions of dollars of R&D to create the Dyson of robotic vacuums.

They've done this using their signature cyclone suction and coupled that with a 360-degree camera and a whole system of complex mathematics to help guide t around a room. The 360 eye is also available with their own app so you can control and view the progress of the vaccuum from anywhere in the world.

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