The oversized 14-ounce candles from Roam Homegrown have everything going for them — they areall-natural, phthalate-free and woman-owned. Based out of Austin, the brand offers beautifully poured soy candles that have a burn time of 75 hours in scents like Dry Gin + Cypress. $38 at

Roam Homegrown Dry Gin Candle

inPOWERED Lights will be your best friend during a power outage — these stylish, everyday lamps switch on automatically when the power goes out. Plus, they charge phones and tablets with no electricity, and the company donates a portion of all profits to programs committed to helping women entrepreneurs. Starting at $59.99 on Amazon. 

The Collecto x Johanna Ortiz home line is a first for fashion-turned-tabletop designer Johanna Ortiz and the curated homeware retailer and wedding registry. The collection from the Colombian fashion designer includes plates, woven baskets and placemats, ikat linens and napkins, and more. Starting at $150 at

Collecto Johanna Ortiz Plate
Room & Boards Halsted Collection Tabletop items

We love a good collaboration, like the Halsted collection release from Room & Board’s partnership with Cambria. The selection of tabletop items handcrafted in a number of Cambria designs and are available at Room & Board locations across the country. Starting at $45 on

Livable luxury is a trend we will never tire of, and the family-friendly sofas from Valyōu Furniture have removable covers that provide easy care and keep your investment always looking new, even with furry friends around. Our personal fave is the Feathers Collection created by acclaimed Italian designer Mario Capasa. Available in 3, 4, 5 and 6-seat configurations, starting at $1,199.95 (3-seat) at

Red Deer Ochre Gro Studio London-Ltd-Valyou Furniture
Red Deer Ochre Gro Studio London-Ltd-Valyou Furniture

The structure of a painting inspired the design of Ochre, the National Gallery’s new restaurant in London, and we are obsessed with the design from Red Deer that takes palette cues from the name “ochre” — in burnt oranges, yellows and browns. These tones are continued in the textiles within the restaurant, ranging from luxurious velvets, boucle and embroidered textiles to raw cottons and linens, and they informed the design process from the start. The addition of hand-patinated brass details throughout further adds to our need to visit this space during our next trip overseas, as do the handmade ceramic tables by ceramicist Emma Lloyd-Pane.