15+ Objects For Your Home

DIY Yogurt 

The Belle + Bella YoMagic Automatic Yogurt Maker—with non-dairy yogurt starters—is not only a really fun gift for the home, it will make sure that no one ever runs out of yogurt! belleandbella.com

Stone Age

Brooklyn ceramicist Natalie Weinberger created this one-of-a-kind Vase Eleven made with a custom blend of recycled white stoneware, porcelain and black volcanic sand. $198;
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Into the Woods

Crafted from reclaimed wood by artisans located in the Himalayan mountains, the wooden coasters were hand-painted by women in India; they are designed in collaboration with Austin, TX–based designer Kim Lewis. $42 for set of 4; ravenandlily.com

Wire Wonder

Inspired by African market baskets, the Mini Basket by Los Angeles–based design company Bend Goods adds a modern touch to the office or kitchen. It’s handcrafted with iron, a recyclable resource, while the company’s products contribute to LEED certification. $130; bendgoods.com

Green Thumb

Grow your own herbs this season with Modern Sprout Eco Garden Jars replete with certified organic and non-GMO seeds, a stainless steel net pot, a natural hemp wick for hydration and a recycled glass canning jar. Just add water and watch the herbs spring to life. $30 each; abchome.com

That's A Wrap

Designed in Australia by sister-run company The Beach People, the Tulum Roundie doubles as a beach towel or a throw on chilly nights; it’s made of 100% cotton. $110; thebeachpeople.com.au

Organic Sheets

Give your loved one a gift you can share, and snuggle up in these super soft, good-looking, affordable GOTS-certified organic cotton sheets made in a Fair Trade factory that is FLO-CERT certified. $150 and up per set; jeffersonlanehome.com

At the Root

The eye-catching Bambeco Root Wood Cheese Board is hand-carved from reclaimed tree roots, making each unique, and uniquely beautiful. $25; bambeco.com

Get Cozy

Warm up this winter with the four-ply cashmere handspun ABCDNA Himalaya Praline Throw made from down procured from Himalayan goats; it’s crafted with eco-conscious colorfast dyes in a factory that supports RUGMARK and Care & Fair (two global nonprofit organizations.) $1,700; abchome.com

Simple Elegance

Handmade by women in Kenya (the Kenya Collection conserves the natural environment and helps combat deforestation), the horn vessels are crafted from hand-molded ethically sourced cow horn. Place one or two on the bookshelf or in the entryway as a statement piece. $68 each; ravenandlily.com

The Zebra Bowl

Hand-carved in small batches by artisans in Kenya using reclaimed olive wood. $38; bunglo.co

Mod Squad

Watsonville, CA–based glass designer Annie Morhauser, founder of Annieglass, sustainably handcrafted the Mod Medium Oval Server; the design is a nod to Dutch design, dipped in 24-karat-gold, and can be engraved. From $174; annieglass.com

Gem Water

Gemwater is taking the spa world by storm, and with the VitaJuwel Via anyone can enjoy the benefits of well-being through the healing energy of gemstones, infused in water. vitajuwel.com

Clean Slate

Lisa Neimeth, a ceramic artist in San Francisco, created this hand-painted, hand-thrown soap dish in collaboration with Salt Roots Soap Co., a natural soap purveyor in Santa Cruz and Big Sur, CA. lneimeth.com

Out of Africa

Give the table a global look with these hand-painted watercolor cotton Safari napkins by Austin artist and designer Shay Spaniola. $20; bunglo.co

Rustic Chic

This holiday, gift clean-lined Vintage Hemp Pillows backed in dark brown velvet; each pillow is one-of-a-kind and might vary slightly. From $175; jaysonhome.com

Stocking Stuffers

Ceramic Tool

Any home cook will enjoy this T-fal Ceramic Paring Knife, with a sharp ceramic blade that is perfect for cutting fruits or vegetables, and will never leave a metallic taste behind. It will quickly become a go-to. t-falusa.com

A Peel

A handy potato (and vegetable) peeler, with a sharp micro-etched blade (and a potato-eye remover) that will last for many years. t-falusa.com