This bamboo bristle brush will become your skin’s BBF as it exfoliates, promotes lymphatic drainage, and scrubs hard-to-reach places. $8. Cleanlogic, Philadelphia, cleanlogic.com.
This American chestnut table is made from wood reclaimed from a Pennsylvania barn built in the 1700s. Starting at $1,400. Springhouse Furnishings, Chadds Ford, countrycoolcollection.com.
Fired by charcoal or wood, the Big Green Egg has won over a cult following of folks who love to grill, smoke, bake, stew and stir-fry outdoors. $999. Casual Marketplace, Hockessin, casualmarketplace.com.
Formulary 55 Gardenia Blossom Shea Butter Soap is a blend of a classic floral gardenia mixed with fresh lemon, then superfatted to be extra moisturizing and skin-softening. $12. LILA, Philadelphia, lilaphiladelphia.com.
Largesse bowls are handcrafted from East African wild olive wood, prized for its rich grain. The company supports women artisans globally in facilitating fair wages and ethically produced goods. $48, largessecompany.com.
Designed in the 1960s by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates of Wilkes-Barre, the Slim Jim chair has a walnut base and is reupholstered in tweed. $3,500. Scout and Annie, Kennett Square, scoutandannie.com.
For a comfy and luxurious bed, Phoenixville-based designer Liz Walton loves Cozy Earth sheets, made from bamboo for breathability. Starting at $175. Visit cozyearth.com.