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Haley Ann Robinson Objects
What: The illustrator, graphic designer, and artist (who splits time between Portland and L.A.) has the magic touch when it comes to hipster tchotch.
Why: Driftwood branches and keepsake paperweights accented with geometric doodles and metallic flecks make any mantel proud.
Where: Available at shopjumelle.com or totokaelo.com, $40-$190.
Son & Dotter
What: A new Scandinavian-sourcing webshop’s mix of inexpensive table toppers and investment-worthy furniture is sure to give those other Danish design hubs a run for their kroners.
Why: Oversize cable-knit throws and pillows and tea cozies printed with a range of Icelandic beasts, from white stallions to snow wolves.
Where: Available at sondotter.com, $14-$1,860.
Sea Bags x Woolrich
What: American brands’ fall collaboration pits Maine-crafted sail remnants against workman-printed wool.
Why: Let your prep flag fly with Dopp kits, iPad cases, and rope-handled carryalls in heritage-print patterns like Forest (green and black plaid) and Lodge (recycled sailcloth with wool interior).
Where: Available at seabags.com, $40-$275.
What: Discriminating snackers will be hard-pressed not to scarf the artisanal wheat thins in a single sitting. (Ed. note: We did.)
Why: Original rolled oat, rosemary and lemon, and chile de arbol varieties are as simple as they are addictive.
Where: Available at bespoke-provisions.com, $21 per three-pack.
Bklyn Larder Posters
What: Whimsically sketched prints pay homage to the food groups of the moment — cheese, salumi, beer, gelato, sandwiches, and pastries.
Why: It’s all in good taste.
Where: Available at bklynlarder.com, $20.
Photos: Courtesy of Haley Ann Robinson