1. A pack of reusable silicone straws for an eco-friendly and (much more attractive, tbh) alternative to your average plastic straw.
3. A microwave- and dishwasher-safe mug for your reluctant pivot back to hot (non-cold brew) coffee.
6. The revised and expanded 2020 Design Book packed with 500 of the most "innovative, influential, and enduring" products from the last five centuries for some fine coffee-table reading.
8. A metallic-gold plated stainless-steel pyramid that'll present you a different grating function on every side.
10. A natural toothpaste and tube roller that'll bait you with some pastel and Helvetica — you win, Davids!! I care about toothpaste now.
11. A geometric terrarium container to provide you with something out of the ordinary to showcase your succulents and air plants.
13. A very discreet Peel case to give your phone that nude, no-case look without the risk associated with it.
14. A cold brew filter bottle so you can brew the best icy cold beverages (yes, during the dead of winter, if your heart desires) in a bottle that's almost too good-looking.
15. A compost bin for your favorite eco-minimalist that's sleek enough to keep on the counter. But it doesn't have to stay there; it also comes with a mounting bracket for the inside of cabinet doors.
17. A veggie and fruit to-go cup for a perfect "I'm running extremely late this morning" breakfast solution — it even has a built-in colander so you can take care of rinsing in the same cup.
18. A set of geometric coasters that — just guessing here — will probably look a lot better than having coffee and wine rings all over your table.
21. A multi-purpose tissue box organizer that'll make a perfect addition to your desk (or vanity) set up.
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