New Arrivals to the Design Milk Shop: Pretti.Cool, que Bottle, & Gary Bodker

In case you hadn’t heard, we launched an online shop selling a curated mix of modern wares from both emerging designers and brands to well established. Every week, we’re adding more and more, so take a look at these three new brands that landed in the Design Milk Shop this week.

03.11.20 | By
New Arrivals to the Design Milk Shop: Pretti.Cool, que Bottle, & Gary Bodker

Pretti.Cool is a collective of creatives based in Houston, Texas that joined forces to make a line of products that are beautifully designed, while still being both practical and fun. They pool their expertise in various fields, including concrete, terrazzo, ceramics, metals, and textiles, to create their eclectic line of playful home goods and jewelry.

Hand Painted Clock

Black + Gray Coaster Set

Concrete Matchstick Holder


We all know there are a million options when it comes to reusable bottles, but que Bottle is offering a new take. Their lightweight, patented spiral design allows the bottle to collapse to half its size without compromising on the design and functionality, making it great for travel. Available in two sizes + 18 colors, the que Bottle is made from a flexible, 100% food-grade silicone, a material that comes from natural resources like sand, another factor that makes it better for the planet.

que Bottle 12oz.

que Bottle 20oz.


Gary Bodker Designs creates handcrafted glassware that aims to elevate both your kitchen and home. Based out of Portland, Oregon, the company makes treasures, like decorative bottles, carafes, cups, bowls, candlestick holders, and vases, that are durable enough for daily use. Each design comes in a variety of colors that can work in just about any space with any style.

Big Gems Vases

Nesting Glass Bowls

Small Reflection Sphere Bottle

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Head to the Design Milk Shop to see more.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.