The objects of our obsession

By F&W Editors
Updated April 08, 2015

Mix-And-Match Dinnerware

“I love the ’50s-inspired bowls from West Elm’s new line.” From $8 each; —Keri HansenCourtesy of West Elm

High-Style Spoon

“French designer Inga Sempé created this stainless steel spoon for serving risotto.” $46; —Suzie MyersCourtesy of Alessi

Real Fruit Sodas

“Spindrift uses fresh fruit juice, with the pulp to prove it.” $2.50 for 12 oz; —Michael Endelman© Antonis Achilleos

Bespoke Pendant Lamp

“Ceramicist Liz Quan carves and mounts each porcelain piece by hand.” From $900; —Stephen Scoble© Joe Hancock

Doughnut Artistry

“I would move to Chicago for doughnuts from the pastry chefs behind Do-Rite.” —Kate Heddings© Anjali M. Pinto

Food-Friendly Wine

“Piedmont’s La Kiuva makes an unusual, superfresh-tasting Nebbiolo–Pinot Noir blend. $20. —Megan Krigbaum© Cushla Naegele

Better Home Brew

“This coffeemaker is so smart; its large ‘shower head’ design soaks grounds evenly.” $150; —Christine Quinlan© John Hood

Greek Escape

“I need to plan fast: Design Hotels’ pop-up in Mykonos is open for just six months.” From $158; —Gina Hamadey© San Giorgio Mykonos is a member of Design Hotels™

Eastern Imports

“Chicago’s Spices of Lezzet sells great flavor-boosters, like fruity chile flakes.” $7.25 for 1.5 oz; —Kristin Donnelly© Antonis Achilleos

Cider Vinegar

“Gingras uses 17 kinds of apples for this complex, barrel-aged vinegar.” $6 for 200 ml; —Tina Ujlaki© David Gare / Pomdial Inc.

More Editor Gift Picks

Best Gifts Under $20Courtesy of Best of Barbecue

Best Gifts Under $40 Courtesy of Home Depot

Best Gifts Under $100 Courtesy of Pottery Barn