5 Things We Love in January

Put your love of pop art on display while toting a Marilyn Monroe-emblazoned MacBook bag.


Totally Marilyn

This cotton canvas tote bag is roomy enough to hold a 13-inch MacBook Pro.

[$129.95; available at The Andy Warhol Museum store, 117 Sandusky St., North Shore; 412/237-8303, warholstore.com; photo by Laura Petrilla]

This City Dining Cards cutting board [$60] and bottle opener [$20] are made of reclaimed wood from Buffalo, N.Y., but have Pittsburgh flair.

[Divertido, 3609 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/687-3701, divertidoshop.com or citydiningcards.com]

Craftsmen from Noah’s Ark International Exports in India welded each piece of this decorative fireplace screen [$180].

[Ten Thousand Villages, 5824 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/421-2160, tenthousandvillages.com]

Your favorite blends are found in this wine cork trivet [$40]. Brenda Wyant of Fenelton, Pa., created this piece; all of the products at Bottlebrush Gallery are made within 50 miles of its Harmony location.

[539 Main St.; 724/452-0539, bottlebrushgallery.com]

Ten Thousand Villages carries this reverse-painted fanfare glass box [$99] handmade in Peru through Fair Trade practices. The pattern is silk-screened onto the reverse side of the glass and is inspired by a Mandala design.

[5824 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/421-2160, tenthousandvillages.com]

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