With all the time we’ve spent indoors over the past two months, this Snobette 10 list is all about items that uplift the home. From a collectible deck by artist Judy Chicago to a playful mat via Montreal-based Love Home (pictured above), enjoy a look at ten items to gift your living quarters.
Over the past 30 years, Jonathan Mannion has photographed some of rap and r&b’s’s most iconic artist. One of the gems is this portrait of Aaliyah shot in September 2001.
Urbanista’s Brisbane Bluetooth speakers are sleek and lightweight. With a three hour charge, this water resistant speaker will work for 10 hours. Perfect for quarantine club nights.
Artist Takashi Murakami‘s popular flower motif is rendered in cozy pillows, exclusively available at the Museum of Modern Art.
Artist Judy Chicago one of the pioneers of feminist art partners with The Skateroom on a trio of skate decks inspired by her work. A portion of the proceeds of the deck will benefit Chicago’s non-profit Through The Flower as well as Free Movement Skateboarding, a non-profit based in Athens, Greece.
Multidisciplinary creative Sean Brown has created a series of CD-shaped rugs inspired by his favorite music projects. We of course had to highlight Sade’s 1992 Love Deluxe. The rugs can also be hung on a wall.
For all the home cocktails or simply elevating the ordinary glass of water, the Webster wine glasses are made of mouth-blown glass and available in four colors.
Bringing some fashion into the bathroom, Missoni’s towels beautifully reflect the brand’s signature use of geometric graphics.
Bodega Rose has been killing it with a series of Jesmonite planters including this one paying tribute to New York’s famed “We Are Happy To Serve You” coffee cup.
Montreal-based Quartier gives life to the concept of “home is where the heart is” with a rug featuring the brand’s motif.
The ultimate upgrade to the generic piggy bank, this gold porcelain Versace money box is a thing of beauty. Your loose coins will thank you!