Design-driven finds for those who enjoy entertaining, traveling, organizing—even camping.

Manolo Valdés’s Las Meninas sculptures, depicting a stylized Reina Mariana of Austria from the famous 17th-century Velázquez painting, sell for six figures on the blue-chip art market. Now, Valdés representative Opera Gallery has facilitated a new release with French porcelain house Bernardaud to produce four such sculptures in a limited edition of 199 of each. $9,500; operagallery.com

Saint-Louis has introduced its largest array of new wares in five years. By designer Pierre Charpin, the Cadence collection includes everything from tableware to lighting and décor. The motif makes the most of the venerable French crystal manufacturer’s legendary refined glass-cutting skills to produce a modern pattern of horizontal and vertical grooves—available with or without gilded edges. $130–$4,700; saint-louis.com

The Shaker System, designed by Raf Simons for Kvadrat, brings order to mudrooms and entryways. Inspired by Shaker peg rails, the horizontal bar in Kvadrat’s classic Vidar 4 fabric (off-white, green, pink, or black) can hold 26 separately sold accessories, including lambswool throws and pillows, a tote, and a matte leather strap for magazines. From $130 (keychain) to $1,135 (throw); shaker.kvadratrafsimons.com

Belgian firm Ethnicraft has introduced a truly handsome new tray to its Linear Flow collection. The Bronze Organic glass tray creates a fluid effect that can recall wood grain, stratified rock, or aerial topographic photography. It all depends on what happens when pigment comes in contact with the glass, as the resulting pattern of that meeting creates completely unique effects every time. $200; ethnicraft.com

Vase or lamp? Bouquet, the new table accessory by Brogliato Traverso for Italian firm Magis, is both. Available in six shades, the pieces come with a detachable top section that allows for the mixing and matching of colors. At the bottom is a connection for recharging the interior light, which can emit three different intensities of glow. UL certification for North America should be approved by the holidays. $295; magisdesign.com

Armani/Casa wants to make sure you’re stylishly outfitted on the polo grounds or while camping in the woods. Its new Sambuco beverage travel set includes a thermos with two cups, a pocketknife (with a corkscrew and bottle opener, naturally), and two flasks. Each piece (sold individually) is made of stainless steel and covered in an intricate weave of black and white leather. From $530 (pocketknife) to $815 (thermos); armani.com

Some things are just classic, like Frette’s suede-and-cashmere throw. Made of the supplest of cashmere with a luxuriously soft contrasting border of camel-colored suede, its simple design, quality materials, and superb craftsmanship make it a welcome gift for any home. The venerable Italian furniture and home accessories house just introduced a new moss green color, as well as midnight blue. $3,000; frette.com

Piero Lissoni looked to the East for inspiration when designing his Japanese Collection of marble bowls for Salvatori, the revered Italian stone house. A modern reinterpretation of Japanese ceremonial bowls, each is made from either Crema d’Orcia limestone (pink), Nero Marquinia (black), or Bianco Carrara (white). $360–$420; salvatoriofficial.com

Moritz Grebe of the German outdoor outfitters Heimplanet ensures you’re glamping ready with The Cave XL inflatable tent. With a separately sold pump, setup takes about two minutes. An inflatable geodesic frame supports a ripstop polyester fly and interior ripstop nylon tent. It’s waterproof, has five ventilation points, sleeps two to three people, and weighs in at just under 12 pounds. $1,250 (pump $55); store.moma.org

Michele de Lucchi’s Plissé kettle was instantly iconic when introduced in 2018. Since then, Alessi has extended the family of small appliances to include a blender, juicer, and toaster. Now comes an electric milk frother for cappuccinos and macchiatos. The foaming action happens inside a stainless-steel jug encased in the familiar, fashion-inspired thermoresin-pleated shell, available in red, white, gray, and black. $90; alessi.com