Courtesy of Need Supply Co.
Whenever we’re in the search for on-trend, affordable pieces to add to our closet, we turn to Need Supply Co. Though we’d like to think that working in close proximity with the girls at Who What Wear has made us de facto fashion editors, we won’t push away any tips in the sartorial department, which is why the hyper-curated online store makes it so easy to put together classic, elegant outfits while also featuring the pieces you need to create endless of-the-moment looks: velvet mules, high-waisted culottes, and all.
So when we learned that Need Supply was launching a home section, we were curious. The brands featured on the site are always well crafted but never obscenely pricey. They’re trendy but timeless. As it turns out, the site’s new home collection is exactly that: reasonably priced, beautifully crafted homewares made by honest makers on the cutting-edge of design. Not yet convinced? Scroll through our favorite selection of the new collection. We bet you can’t get to the end without becoming a Need Supply convert.
A simple Belgian linen pillow in our favorite color of the year. We love the stonewashed finish.
This self-watering planter might be the coolest thing we’ve seen all year. Watch your plants grow from the inside out.
#FreeTheNipple with this cheeky pillow.
Do as the French do and embrace the classic linen tablecloth. Use it wrinkled—it will soften after every wash.
The best kitchen knives are Japanese, and this hand sharpened knife is no exception.
Like the planter version of the upside-down smiley face emoji, this hand-painted clay pot is perfect for holding anything from your succulents to your pencils.
Make your guests blush with this cheeky hand-tufted rug. They won’t know where to put their feet.
Exposed chords are trending—and so is blush pink. We can think of no better reason to invest in these adorable pendant lights.
Eric Trine is known for his geometric furniture, and this powder-coated side table is one of our favorites.
Everything looks better when contained in a tray or canister. Even better if the said canister is made out of brass and marble.
Elevate your laundry day with this luxe detergent that blends jasmine, sweet musk, sandalwood, and citrus. No chemicals here!
A flatweave dhurrie rug that’s got all the right neutral tones—consider us sold.
A Scandinavian home stylist’s best-kept secret: Aésop products in the bathroom. They’re an instant hit.
This is the prettiest French press on the market as far as we’re concerned. We love the matte ceramic exterior with the copper pull.
Get on the hanging-planter train with this chic one from Cold Picnic.
The perfect kettle for minimalists, this wooden and white enamel piece is made in Japan and supremely well crafted.
From the beloved headphone brand comes a portable Bluetooth speaker perfect for the beach or the park.
If there’s one scent you should adopt at home, it’s Santal 26 by Le Labo—an aristocratic scent that’s smoky and leathery.