Congratulations! We’ve made it through another week. Though weekends don’t look quite like they used to, we hope you have a wonderful one ahead. As usual, here are our favorite finds from the past week! New product launches, decor inspo, and more:
— Actress Laura Harrier worked with designer Tiffany Howell on her Los Angeles home. The inspiration was “Studio 54 grounded in reality” and is filled with muted pink tones and plenty of curved lines. Take a a tour on Clever.
— Need a perfect card for Mom? Look no further than Minted. Their indie-designed Mother’s Day cards are crafted with luxe paper and printing, including letterpress.
— Miette, our favorite Bay Area bakery just launched SHIP-A-CAKE, which is exactly what it sounds like. You can order one of their delicious cakes right to your door! It’s great if, like us, you’re eating your feelings these days. All kidding aside, their candies are also available online. Send someone you love a sweet treat!
— Another option to satisfy your cravings is OTHRStore, a new online marketplace to buy from small businesses around the country. Items like jerky from Think Jerky, dairy-free milk by Treehouse, and plant-based soups from Simply Soupreme are all available.
— Looking for the perfect gift in the time of COVID-19? Send some comfort with one of Bon Ton Studio’s new gift baskets. We won’t judge if you opt to send one to yourself!
— Alexandra Grant’s grantLOVE necklace is a beautiful accessory that does a lot of good too. Profits go to Project Angel Food (Los Angeles, CA), the Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) Visual Arts (Los Angeles, CA), a collaboration with the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Costa Mesa, CA, and a national grant for women-identified artists – what a great gift during these weird times!
— Interior designer, Tracy Simmons, and floral designer, Natalie B Designs have teamed up for moms in the Bay Area. They’re offering beautifully wrapped flower bouquets and mini flower arrangements for Mama and Me flower arranging. (They’ll provide an instructional video to make things easy and fun!) Find details here.
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