Brook&Lyn Wall Coverings
What: Brooklyn-to-Los Angeles transplant Mimi Jung and art collaborator Brian Hurewitz launch a commissionable collection of weavings to brighten up the shyest walls.
Why: One-of-a-kind yarn, wood, and copper looks ($750-$2,650) take you from the windows to the wall with no sweat.
Where: To see styles, go to brookandlyn.com. To order, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deborah Lippmann Gel Lab System
What: A two-bottle, DIY-friendly set that promises (and delivers) on “no lamps, tools, or damage” with all the depth and gloss of peel-prone salon manicures.
Why: We can’t promise you won’t pick. But it certainly made us think twice.
Where: Available at deborahlippmann.com, $45.
What: The new fit-focused online boutique features a rotating roster of beauty goods, clothing labels, and nutrition products to keep shoppers in top form.
Why: Click back in the coming weeks for the latest from Michi activewear, Paleta pressed juices, killer workout classes, and more.
Where: Available at carbon38.com, $85-$300.
What: Self-curate your next wine picks using the intuitive site that makes suggestions based on the grapes and regions you love.
Why: An 8,000-bottle online reserve and sampler packs (from six to twelve bottles) tickles both your brain and your taste buds.
Where: Available at likelii.com, $13-$220.
Sundance Film Festival Shorts
What: Can’t jet-set to Park City? The iconic movie fest has twelve short-format films on the Web.
Why: Break out the artisanal snacks. (We’ll mention here that it’s free.)
Where: Available at youtube.com. Follow our Sundance coverage on Twitter at @dailycandy.
Photos: Courtesy of Brook&Lyn