Your Buds' Best Friends: Cannabis accessories you can display on your coffee table

Laundry Day new 'Hudson Pipe'. Source:

The recent shift in the design of cannabis-related objects signifies that, as legalization spreads and the stigma associated with the plant dissipates, consumers will become increasingly open about their consumption and will want accessories that reflect their design sensibilities.

Stash Boxes

Like fine wine or whiskey, cannabis is best when aged in a cool, dark place. For many consumers, the first dilemma that arises is where to store their purchases. Your buds have to go somewhere before you light them, right? Whether you are a design curator who demands museum-worthy options, or a mother of three who wants her buds stored on her stylish open kitchen shelf, this new crop of stash boxes will meet your needs.

Béton Brut container by Light + Ladder. Source:
Tank Storage Jar by Tokyo Smoke. Source:
De Stijl Storage Tower from the MoMa Design Store. Source:


A grinder is the tool used to break up your cannabis into small bits that can then be smoked in a bowl or wrapped in rolling papers. You no longer have to settle for a standard round grinder that resembles an oversized pillbox.

Death Star grinder by Formax420. Source:
Tokyo Smoke Grinder by Tokyo Smoke. Source:
Dot Infinity Card by Tokyo Smoke. Source:


You could argue that a dedicated cannabis tray is not indispensable. But if you will leaving your accessories on view, why not display them all in style? For some cannabis consumers a random dish, magazine, or old CD case just won’t suffice. Here are a few examples of beautifully designed trays that can be left out on your coffee table.

Rib Tray and Brush by Pat Kim. Source:
Pineapple Horn Dish by Fait La Force for Sweetflag. Source:


A pipe is an accessory that allows smokers to inhale smoke or vapor derived from the burning or vaporization of cannabis. Pipes can be manufactured using a number of materials such as glass, porcelain, metal, clay, plastic, and even apples. You might look at a few of these and think ceci n’est pas une pipe! because these well-designed pieces are meant to assist you, in style, on your hazy endeavors and be left out on your shelves.

Hudson Pipe by Laundry Day. Source:
Half Circle pipe made by Yew Yew in collaboration with designers Liv & Dom. Source: //
Voltaire pipes made by The Pursuit of Happiness. Source:
Colfax Wooden Dugout by Elevate. Source:

Water Pipes

Water pipes (a.k.a. bongs) are perhaps the most recognizable cannabis accessory. But instead of improvising with plastic water bottles, consider these alternatives.

Awmoo water pipes.
Jane West x GRAV collection Bubbler. Source:
GRAV Menorah water pipe. Source:
Voong by Castor. Source:

Joint Holders

Haute Smokes created the fumette, an elegant joint holder. The Bardot is a gold plated design sealed with protective e-coating and embellished with black diamonds.

Rolling Papers

Rolling papers could be an overlooked cannabis accessory. If you grew up rolling joints, chances are you had to improvise: cheap napkins, receipts, wrapping paper — you name it, someone probably smoked it. Today’s rolling papers come in different shapes, forms and prints.

Tetra rolling papers. Source:
Lady Fair Papers by Working Girls. Source:
24k Gold Rolling Papers by Shine. Source:
Pop Sticks 6-pack by Van der Pop. Source:


You roll it, you burn it, and where do the ashes go? In a well-designed, eye-catching ashtray, of course. Forget about empty beer bottles, or killing all of your friends' plants. These beauties will make you want to gently dispose of your ashes.

Rainbow crystal ashtray by Fundamental Berlin. Source:
Fetish ashtray by Joe Doucet. Source:
PK Bowl by Architect Made. Source:



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