We Found the Best Weed Accessories for High-Minded Individuals
Eleven products you’ll want to leave on display.
Updated Apr 20, 2023 11:58 AM
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It’s almost cliché at this point to say that the best weed accessories are actually chic and well-considered items that you’ll want to put on display in your home. But it’s true: Today’s stoner sidekicks are certifiably stylish and made from the kind of materials (concrete to colored glass) previously reserved for high-end objets. Here, we’ve collected the best weed accessories we’ve seen lately that just so happen to be highly designed (hee-hee).
The Ashtray You’ll Put on Display: Houseplant Concrete Ashtray
Seth Rogen, yes, the Seth Rogen, is one of the brilliant minds behind Houseplant’s range of design-y weed accessories—so you know they must be good. This ashtray is actually his own design: The cup’s high walls keeps ashes (and roaches) contained, while the groove along the top can hold a joint. This groovy pattern is a new (and more moderately priced) spin on his original Gloopy one.
Smokable Checkers: Go Easy Checked Out Rolling Papers
The enduring pattern comes for weed accessories, and we’re okay with that. These 1 ¼ rolling papers from Go Easy boast a magnet booklet and printed filter tips—everything you need except for a little flower.
A High Design Spot for Your Buds: Laundry Day Ashtray A001
Everything about this stainless steel ashtray, designed by Argentine-Spanish designer Alvaro Ucha Rodriguez, has been thoughtfully considered. For one, it’s actually two parts: The sloped top can hold rolled joints, and the bottom vessel keeps ashes secure (or, when cleaned out, it works as storage for other prerolls). The best part? Because the whole thing is detachable, you can easily clean it.
The Edible You’ll Take Everywhere: Rose Los Angeles CBD Rosin Delights
If you’re someone who snacks rather than smokes, Rose Los Angeles’s delights are hard to beat. The Turkish delight–style chews are made with local ingredients and flower rosin that are pressed in-house. We’re very into the Stoned Fruit flavor, a collaboration with Gossamer, but the brand also sells several other styles—for energy, sleep, or just pure enjoyment—on its website.
The Smokin’ Hot Accessory: Edie Parker Mini Grass Tote
Crafted from 100% artificial turf, this delightful tote not only appeals to lovers of the mini-bag trend but also to those who pass the grass. Another reason to consider splurging on this wonderful weed-meet-fashion accessory? It’s currently $100 off as part of Edie Parker’s up to 60% off April sale that’s going strong through 4/20.
A Chic Bong, Restocked in a Fave Color: Yew Yew Sunset Bong
The days of Gatorade bottles and carved-up apples are behind us, hopefully. The teal Yew Yew Sunset bong was a hit when it first debuted as the original colorway for the style. With its continued popularity among Yew Yew fans, the borosilicate piece has been restocked just in time for this year’s 4/20.
For When Every Day Is Your Birthday: Edie Parker Candle One-Hitter
You know those people who celebrate their birthday month? We can forgive them if they’re toting this ultra-cool glass one-hitter that would make every day feel festive. Just stuff the flower in the base (it’s the bowl) and take a toke from the wick end. Suddenly getting older doesn’t seem so bad.
One Joint to Go: Another Room Joint Locker
Pack your lighter and a joint together in Another Room’s joint locker, which comes in a very attractive green or matte black. The 3D-printed case—made from plant-based plastics—fits a BIC lighter and has a screw cap to keep your rolled smoke safe. That way, you can light up from anywhere.
Roll With Your Homies: Superette Rolling Tray
If you’re queuing up another episode of Beef or just need a Seinfeld episode to decompress, pull out this rolling tray. Bonus: The trippy pattern lends enough of a cool factor to keep it out on the coffee table as an incense-burning spot when not in use as a joint resting place.
Storage That Makes You Smile: The Tulip Set by Herbs For Relaxation
We already love Tulip’s lockable tackle-box style containers that come with canisters for loose flower, joints, and more. To celebrate 4/20, the company partnered with Herbs For Relaxation, a hand-painted vintage clothing line by former fashion editor, Sue Williamson. Just like the patches on her jeans, you can adorn your Tulip with stickers that bring you bliss.
You Won’t Look Like Popeye, We Swear: Vessel Pipe
This brand-new offering from Vessel can hold up to 1 gram of flower—meaning this pipe was meant for sharing. (Or not, but that’s on you.) The copper spiral lid isn’t just a pretty detail; it helps cool and and filter your hit. And we promise the design doesn’t give off any cartoon sailor vibes.