Sometimes life just gets to be too damn much. Too many drops, too many beefs, too many, uh, DJs? It's in moments of intense 2018 craziness when you just want to curl up on the couch under a blanket and enjoy a moment of zen. But what to do if your place is full of second-hand plywood and plastic junk?

Step forward London retailer Goodhood, which has curated a selection of ceramic eye candy in Zen-inducing muted colors to elevate any domestic space.

The homewares come from Brooklyn's Recreation Center, London's Kana and Orenda Ceramics, Portland and LA's Claystreet, and more. Products include cups, bowls, dishes, plates, and incense holders, and can be used for both decorative or functional purposes.

Designs vary from wood-finish items for the home to handmade and hand-glazed items that are food safe. Check out a selection of items above and follow the Goodhood link below for more beautiful objets d'art for the soul (or your corn flakes, whichever).

In other design news, HUF and STORY debut exclusive 'Peanuts'-inspired skateboard decks.

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