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What: Ecofriendly, silk-screened wall coverings with graphic interpretations of animals, humans, plants, and more from the boutique design firm.
Why: The I See You kids’ print ($155 per roll), depicting errant sets of googly eyes, all but begs for some Crayola-filled freehand.
Where: Online at cavernhome.com.
What: All-natural, locally sourced scrubber ($28) shaped like a sweet feathered friend. Repeated use not only keeps you clean, but reveals the white ceramic bird with a thumbprint heart on its tail.
Why: Fifty percent of proceeds goes to environmental cleanup and care for animals affected by the BP oil spill disaster.
Where: Online at matterl3c.myshopify.com.
What: The colorful, clip-on backing ($30) for your iPhone or BlackBerry slips onto your hand like a finger ring, allowing you to hold and type with the same mitt without the fear of dropping your phone.
Why: Smartphones with broken screens look dumb.
Where: Online at flygrip.com.
Forrest & Bob
What: We’re glad the overseas brand ($29-$99) chockful of tees, bodysuits, knitwear, jewelry, and underpinnings finally ships across the pond.
Why: The backless Hillcrest tank, Arlington rose gold cross necklace, and York bodysuit.
Where: Online at us.forrestandbob.com.
What: Made from authentic three-strand sailing rope, the nautical bangles ($65-$145) with classic brummel hooks in solid brass are made to withstand salty sea spray and city breezes.
Why: Choose from a single strand, wrap, or two colors wound into an eye-catching coil.
Where: Online at sailormadeusa.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Cavern