04 Jan Things We Love
Chloe Convertible Bag by Sapahn
Known for its artisan-made leather bags and wallets, Sapahn has also built a reputation as a company that advocates for human rights. When founder Brooke Mullen lived in Thailand for 10 years, she met talented female artisans in rural areas who were struggling to find work to support their families. She launched her company Sapahn, which means “bridge” in Thai, in 2010. Now based in Lincoln, Nebraska, Sapahn works to “promote the inherent dignity, equality, and rights of all.” The Chloe Convertible is an example of the company’s use of high-quality materials and versatile designs. The bag can be carried four different ways: as a crossbody, sling, backpack, and with top handles. We love the bag’s buttery-soft leather and bright colors, and the company’s thoughtful ethics.
14 x 13 x 5 inches
Golden Bell Fondue Set by Kuhn Rikon
What’s better than dunking chunks of crusty bread into rich blends of melted fontina, Gruyère, and gouda cheeses on a cold winter evening? Fondue has a way of warming the soul, not only because it’s served over fire but also because it’s typically reserved for special occasions. Designed in the birthplace of fondue by Swiss company Kuhn Rikon, the Golden Bell Fondue Set features a classic glazed ceramic caquelon (pot) decorated with black cows adorned with golden bells and bordered by a filigree flowery band. It comes with a portable induction stove with a wood surround and six fondue forks. We love the pastoral design that will match most place settings when it’s time to warm the winter chill.
9-inch diameter 2.4 liters
Succor Creek Jasper Bolo Tie by Hells Canyon Bolo Co.
As a fourth-generation rock hound, Nick Bryant spent much of his childhood in Idaho hunting for rare rocks and gems with his grandparents. Today, he creates one-of-a-kind modern jewelry inspired by his explorations and the stones he finds throughout the American West. He uses “from-scratch” and traditional techniques to precisely cut, shape, polish, and set each stone into a bolo tie, belt buckle, hatband, wallet clip, or ring. This bolo features Succor Creek Picture Jasper, a gem from Oregon, set in jeweler’s brass. We love the sage green hue and growth-line patterns created by nature and brought to life by Bryant’s craft.
1 x 2 inches
Organic Hemp Sheet Sets by Delilah Home
In 2019, the Twer family’s beloved golden retriever Delilah ran off into the North Carolina woods, only to be found 62 days later by a team of volunteers. Soon after, Michael Twer launched Delilah Home to honor the dog’s perseverance and the selfless folks who helped find her. This set is made with pure organic hemp — known for its softness, breathability, and temperature-regulating properties — and is free from the toxic chemicals used in standard textile production. The quality of these hemp sheets has been tested and awarded “Best Bedding” by Good Housekeeping; “Best Cooling Sheets” by the National Sleep Foundation; and “Must Splurge Bed Sheets” in The Wall Street Journal, among other accolades.
King set: $349.99
Queen set: $299.99
Modern Moroccan Rug by AZADI Fine Rugs
AZADI’s rich history in handwoven rugs started in 1790 with a family in northwest Persia. More than two centuries later — armed with six generations of knowledge that’s been passed down — David Neishabori is now at the helm with more than 40,000 rugs in his Scottsdale and Sedona, Arizona, Telluride, Colorado, and Jackson, Wyoming, locations. History and artistry are infused in each piece, and the traditional and contemporary designs come from around the globe. This handwoven Modern Moroccan Rug features an African-inspired motif in black with touches of rust and ivory. We love the geometric pattern that pops through the muted tones, along with the global inspiration it can add to a room.
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Elbara Table by Andy Sanchez
A truly one-of-a-kind piece, the Elbara Table was designed to accentuate two large stumps that resulted from a natural split in a black walnut tree. “In the center of both stumps, we placed an ammonite, and off of the broken stump, you can see azurite pouring down onto the rest of the sculpture,” says Algodones, New Mexico-based furniture maker Andy Sanchez, explaining that travertine, Petoskey (a fossilized coral), and turquoise were book matched into the spiral rings of the wood. Over the past 35 years, Sanchez has developed his artistic style — a blend of traditional Santa Fe and Mission designs that incorporate turquoise, marble, fossils, and stone inlays. We love the one-of-a-kind natural elements infused in this functional work of art.
34 x 55 inches
Monarch of the Marsh by Rachel Denny
Rabbits covered in angora, bear figures made from glass beads, and a deer covered in a yellow cable-knit sweater — these are some of the latest pieces by Portland, Oregon-based artist Rachel Denny. Exploring the “seductive beauty of our natural world and the imprint that human intervention has made on its flora and fauna,” Denny’s faux trophy mounts — or “Domestic Trophies” — add a whimsical touch to living spaces. Monarch of the Marsh is a perfect example, featuring a red moose head wall mount covered in threaded white lace. We love the artist’s playful approach to natural subjects, and how this piece offers a new take on classic Western décor.
50 x 47 x 42 inches