Here at Clever, we're all about finding the good stuff—unexpected decorating ideas, day-brightening accents and furnishings, solutions for living a little bit more like an adult even if you don't feel like it—and then delivering that info directly to you. So here's a roundup of five things that made us really happy this week that we wanted to be sure you don't miss.
Casper Launched Sheets! Fans of the mattress-in-a-box giant Casper will be thrilled to know that they just launched sheets in three materials: Supima (a breathable cotton), a long-stable cotton, and linen. casper.com
8 Tips for Home Shopping on eBay: We don't care that this story is sponsored by eBay, because it's so useful and inspiring. Example: Try using double search terms like "folding chair (Italian, Swedish, Danish)" to get a specific range of options. cupofjo.com
Is Your Laptop Blinding You? Not exactly uplifting info, but you should definitely file this under "Good to Know" if you have a smartphone or use a computer regularly. What you can do: Turn on Night Shift on your iPhone, get blue light–filtering eyewear, and try to stay off your computer at night. fastcompany.com
The Case for a Maximalist Office: To anyone who knows the work of Studio Job, the extremely maximalist look of its Antwerp office should come as no surprise. But would you go for it at home? Science says a mess can be inspiring, after all. dezeen.com
In Defense of a $6 Food Storage Set: If you've been to IKEA, you probably know about its $5.99, 17-piece, nested PRUTA food-storage container set (the one with the minimal lines and bright green lids!)—and you probably own it. If not, read this! food52.com