For its Murano Glassware collection, luxury-goods giant Bottega Veneta applies the firm’s signature intrecciato leather weave to hand-carved crystal. Prices range from $110 for a shot glass to $440 for a pitcher (shown); the white-wine goblets shown cost $190 each. Call 877-362-1715 or visit .
Judy Ross Textiles’ Cluster chain-stitched wool carpet brings a graphic floral kick to any room. It comes in four colorways (cream/blonde/gold is shown) as well as custom shades and costs $90 per square foot. Call 212-842-1705 or go to .
Van Der Hurd’s latest embroidered and handprinted fabrics, from the Out of Print to Color collection, include, from left, Tulips 5, Flower Cut Out 9, and Hexagon With Trellis. Available in natural (shown) or cream linen, sheer cotton, or cotton cambric and in different colorways, they cost $120–$400 per yard. Call 212-213-6541 or visit .
Java dinnerware by Home, James! magnifies an Indonesian ikat design and dresses it in fresh blues. The seven-piece earthenware line includes a salad/dessert plate (shown), $29, and mugs and dinner plates, which cost $22 and $34 each, respectively. Call 877-329-8878 or go to .
The Optima Co.’s Blyton picnic tin comes with all the accoutrements for a two-person meal, including a handwoven-willow tray, insulated enamel flask, earthenware mugs and plates, stainless-steel flatware, salt and pepper shakers, and a cotton bag and napkins embroidered with the word picnic in red. The tin measures 14.5" l. x 11" w. x 7" d.; the set costs $160. Call 800-706-3981 or go to .
Your favorite canine will turn sidewalks into runways with the fashionable Sailor’s Knot collection by Mascot. Inspired by Nantucket rope bracelets and available in 12 colorways with nickel hardware, the braided-polypropylene accessories can stand up to inclement weather and the most rambunctious pup. The leashes, $42 each, are five feet long, and the adjustable collars, $38 each, come in small to extra large. Visit .
An homage to 1950s iron designs, the 565 chair from Patricia Urquiola’s colorful Re-Trouvé collection of outdoor furniture for Emu adds a playful touch to terraces and gardens. The chair measures 30" h. x 26" w. x 23.6" d., is made of steel with a weather-resistant finish, and costs $870 as shown at the Conran Shop. Call 866-755-9079 or go to .
An industrial relic gets a smart makeover by artisan Breck Armstrong of Moss Studios. Once used to make steel tire molds, one-of-a-kind frames of yellow pine, ranging in size from 18" to 30" in diameter, are fitted with convex or standard mirrors and given a luminous wax finish. Quantities are limited, and prices vary by size. The 26" convex mirror shown is $1,100. Call 312-493-0611 or go to .
Vivre’s versatile Selvage Tug tote by Bill Amberg—a designer who cut his teeth crafting handbags for Romeo Gigli and Donna Karan—is constructed of a single piece of hefty cotton canvas to minimize seams and trimmed with luxury bridle leather. Handmade in England, the bags measure 18" h. x 16.5" w. and cost $195 apiece. Available in yellow, red, orange, and royal blue. Visit .