The new Home Alone LEGO set is a nearly 4,000-piece box of faithful film amazement.
This circular Mars jigsaw puzzle has 1,000 pieces, and is made up of hi-res imagery from NASA, including trenches, plains, and valleys.
Great wooden sculptures by Claudia Pearson embrace a chunky, abstract form.
The largest set the company has ever released, the Titanic model is over four feet long, comprised of over 9,000 pieces.
Whether you are fully on board or shudder in disgust, the pumpkin spice movement is alive and well.
This elegant glass vase was designed specifically to grow an avocado.
A unique food offering called Squareat, made of minimally processed squares of ready-to-eat food.
Floor mats and hall rugs don't usually get a lot of attention, but these mats from Swedish company Heymat are notable for their beautiful designs and recycled materials.
Would you fly to the moon with these Sonder Space Crystals?
The Force may be with you, but now the proper time will be, too.
These innovative takeout containers are made of compacted wheat husks, and decompose within three months, a much more eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic.
WaterLight is a remarkable device, a portable lantern able to turn seawater into light for communities without access to electricity.
Sunne is a sleek and elegant solar light that hangs in your window, harnessing energy from the sun and then diffusing it at night like a gentle sunset.
Check out the expanded Moss and Fog Shop, and take advantage of our winter sale.
Good lighting is one of the easiest ways to improve the look and feel of your home.
There is furniture that is ‘inspired by nature’, and then there’s the new Design by Nature Collection, which looks like the real thing. Created by Swedish studio Front and Italian …
We're excited to announce the Moss and Fog Shop, which features gifts and products from around the world.
A comprehensive shopping guide of gifts that give back. Feel good about your purchases!
A very cool line of minimalist wooden space toys from Huzi Design
Lenovo is taking their iconic ThinkPad into a new era, making it the world's first foldable PC.
Nino is a modern, geometric interpretation of the classic garden gnome. Made of concrete and brass, he'll be a welcome addition to your yard or garden.
Beautifully designed soap from UMÉ that has organically shaped ridges that slowly wear down as you use it.
First released in 1899, "France in the Year 2000" was a series of postcards that envisioned a future one hundred years ahead.