If you find yourself in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood, stop into Lee Rhodes’ new glassybaby location, where the glassblowers will soon be back at work creating glossy, satisfyingly chunky glassybaby votives in a stunning array of colors. Each glassybaby is individually created with three layers of hand-blown glass, so each has slight, charming variations in size and weight. The store, a fresh white space designed by Roy McMakin, has large baskets on hand for shoppers to test how lit votives will look at night—love that! Of course, you can order your glassybaby online, too—including glassybaby goodwill, with proceeds benefiting charitable organizations. (Two site must-sees: the about page written by Rhodes’ 12-year-old son, and loads of gorgeous glassypics.) — Mary T.