Like many SF residents, we have Kendall Wilkinson taste but an IKEA budget.Which is why the best designs often come in small (and affordable) packages, like modern hand-printed tea towels from SF’s own Studiopatró.The City collection from designer Christina Weber features bold gray and copper prints. Reminiscent of maps and skyscrapers, they convey a sense of wanderlust (which, appropriately enough, is printed on one of the towels). The linen-cotton blend means they get softer and more absorbent after a few washes, and they’re perfect for wrapping both lettuce and gifts.Weber also makes two no-fuss aprons, purposely left white so that your kitchen adventures provide the design. Consider it decorating on an apron-string budget.Available at The General Store, 4035 Judah Street, between 45th and 46th Avenues (415-682-0600 or visitgeneralstore.com); online at studiopatro.com, $22.Photos: Courtesy of StudiopatróUp to 55% off Rachel NasvikThough inspired by the ’70s, designer Rachel Nasvik’s handbags steer blessedly clear of the decade’s downfalls with clean design, supple leathers, and simple brass hardware. Grab ’em now on our sample sale site.