Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Stelton Vacuum Jug

You won't hear us judging you for your coffee addiction — even if you need to drink it all day just to function — we're right there with you. Keep your supply of coffee hot all day with the Stelton Vacuum Jug ($75), a one-liter, vacuum-sealed thermos that's as aesthetically attractive as it is functional. Made from ABS plastic with a glass filler, this jug is finished out in matte black. It's also washable and reusable, which gives it one up on all of those paper cups and cardboard sleeves filling your office wastebasket.

  • Malle W. Trousseau Kitchen Set

    If you're like most of us, the stuff in your kitchen is mostly a cobbled-together assortment of hand-me-downs, odd items from the secondhand store, and a cheap set of knives from Target. While that probably gets the job done, you'll feel a lot better about cooking if you update your cookware with the Malle W. Trousseau Kitchen Set ($5,800). Typical of products from the MoMA Store, these are carefully designed items that highlight the beauty in everyday objects. Included in the set are various pots, pans, knives, cloths, towels, containers, dishes, cutting boards, assorted tools, and a leather apron — nearly everything you need for a well-appointed kitchen.

  • Pour Mason

    With any luck you've experienced the delightful taste of a cup of coffee made in a Chemex — these pour-over coffee makers create a better cup than your drip machine any day, but unfortunately, they're not very portable. The Pour Mason ($29) solves the portability problem, so you can have delicious poured coffee whether you're camping, boating, or backpacking. It's made from a simple aluminum funnel attached to an aluminum lid that fits any Ball Mason jar. All you need to do is boil water, and gently pour it over ground coffee through a filter for a perfectly-brewed cup anywhere you go.