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New Everyday Objects by Craighill Champion Smart + Sensorial Design

12.13.21 | By
New Everyday Objects by Craighill Champion Smart + Sensorial Design
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Makers of modern functional objects and accessories, Craighill wants to do away with the noise of too much “stuff.” From key rings and bookends to money clips and bottle openers – Craighill’s timeless collection of essential goods comprises items you’ll want to use and keep around for years. On top of being super practical, Craighill objects embody a modern, minimal design that’s rich with thoughtful details and nuance – “they are all about balancing the limitless magic of an object with its tactile, real-world functionality,” says the brand. The smart and sensorial design of Craighill goods encourages users to embrace curiosity, and revisit the simple pleasures of touching, seeing, and being fully present with the objects we use every day. The best part? You can find stylish and sensible Craighill goods now in the Design Milk Shop. Read on for our favorites.

Radial Cuff

Radial Cuff

The self-proclaimed “perfect t-shirt” of accessories, the Craighill Radial Cuff is strikingly minimal, universally flattering, and super wearable. The Radial Cuff’s ovular shape perfectly hugs the natural curves of your wrist and features a subtle beveled edge that catches the light, making for a beautiful detail. Available in brass, steel, and carbon black finishes, the Radial Cuff’s sleek profile and ergonomic design guarantee effortless everyday wear that’ll complement any outfit – perfect for the jewelry obsessed or accessorizing novice alike!

$58
Eyewear Stand

Eyewear Stand

Let’s face it, our glasses deserve better than being haphazardly tossed onto the bedside table. This brass pedestal Eyewear Stand keeps spectacles safe and anchored when they’re not on your face, which means less risk of losing them around the house, or worse – hearing the unfortunate crunch of your frames when you’ve taken a seat on the couch (been there!). Not only does this Craighill stand bring a modern metallic flair to your space, but it also takes on a fun face-like appearance when it’s holding your frames, which never gets old.

$58
Vapor Black Desk Knife

Vapor Black Desk Knife

Your new favorite desktop accessory, the Craighill Desk Knife will get you unreasonably excited to open mail and packages. Inspired by the Japanese Kiridashi knife traditionally used for wood carving and cutting, the Craighill Desk Knife is designed to live in your workspace, embodying a weighty feel and elemental look that makes it an all-around joy to use. The modern look of this cutting tool demands to be on display, so we recommend pairing it with the matching Craighill Plinth.

$70
Tycho Puzzle

Tycho Puzzle

The Craighill Tycho Puzzle is an engaging brain game, sculptural decor object, and functional desktop accessory in one ultra-modern, mixed metal profile. Composed of 8 brass and stainless-steel pieces that come together to form a cube with smooth rounded edges, the Tycho Puzzle is a luxurious looking upgrade from traditional desk games and doodads. Use it to pass time on lengthy conference calls, to captivate visitors who won’t be able to resist the challenge, as a practical paper weight for holding down important documents, or as a sleek and tactile piece of desktop decor.

$125
Brass Ripple Opener

Brass Ripple Opener

This church-key style bottle opener will be the talk of your next get-together. An elevated take on an old-school shape, the solid brass Craighill Ripple Opener features a wavy design that not only adds loads of visual and tactile interest, but also allows for a better grip while in use. Plus, it’s also available in stainless steel and carbon black finishes so you’re bound to find one to suit your aesthetic. Craft beer enthusiasts and frequent party hosts will love having this stylish tool in their arsenal.

$60

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Alexa is commerce editor at Design Milk. She lives in Miami, Florida with her fiancé Alex and retired greyhound, Phoebe. A longtime art and design enthusiast, Alexa’s first stops in any new city are the art museums. When she’s not writing about her favorite DM shop picks, she might be buried in a book, binging reality tv or adventuring around her city with her partner and pup.