Home Goods

This Madison, Wisconsin-based design and interiors shop is known for their considered collection of vintage and industrial finds along with reworked custom pieces. Like this sturdy bench covered in a vintage Swiss Army blanket or an oversized ottoman/coffee table upholstered in green canvas built upon a frame of weathered barn wood. Menswear outfitter Context offers a rotating selection.

Swiss Army blanket bench, $675 and canvas ottoman, $1,495,
both at Context


Stylish Home Upgrades

We're always on the lookout for cool, stylish and functional pieces for our homes. Here are a few of our editors' favorite finds to take your place to the next level.


For the
Coffee Table

The latest book from Monocle explores the art of making a comfortable home. Both a practical guide and a great source of inspiration, it presents the interiors, furniture and locations you need to know about.

$34.80 at Amazon


The Space-Saving Lamp

Essentially a floor lamp that doesn't touch the floor, this deconstructed light plugs directly into an outlet. Which means the simple, lightweight lamp is perfect for small spaces or those who prefer a more minimal look. Extending just four inches from the wall, it's crafted from color-anodized aluminum and is finished with an easy to operate dimmer switch.

$159 at Feltmark


LED Edison Bulbs

Those exposed-filament Edison bulbs are now pretty much a standard in any stylish interior—from shops and restaurants to well-equipped bachelor pads. The only downside? They get hot, use a heap of energy and burnout pretty quickly. These new LED bulbs give all the vintage atmosphere, but they use just 3.5 watts and last 15,000 hours (which results in about $93 worth of savings over the life of the bulb).

$15.49 at 1000 Bulbs