Here at Hunker, we like to say that your home is an expression of your identity. You know what else is? Your face. Unfortunately, no one can see either anymore. Our solution: Wear a face mask that reflects your interior design tastes. You'll feel stylish — and give the public a first impression to remember.
Where would today's home interiors be without mudcloth? Now you can take those boho bona fides on the road.
Pair this muted indigo tie-dye mask with your Birkenstocks for a perfect social-entrepreneur-off-duty look.
The Jungalow taught us to bring the great outdoors inside. Now bring it back out again with this chic greenery print.
This lovely geometric print recalls the golden age of midcentury design — and will look jazzy even from six feet away.
Even if you're not the English-farmhouse sort, this classic Cath Kidston print will tell the world you're keeping a stiff upper lip.
The trend that launched a thousand millennial home makeovers shows no signs of slowing, so make sure you're the first one on your block to sport it on your face.
No one will miss your nose and mouth when they see you in these legendary Scandi prints from Marimekko.
A cactus block print on a faded chambray background? For the fan of desert chic design, this may be a bit on the nose (in more ways than one). But it's so, so cute.
Obsessed with all things '80s? You'll love this of-the-moment Memphis print.
If you fancy a rustic, modern farmhouse style, wearing this mask is like having a little Chip and Joanna on your shoulder.
Perfect for the traditionalist — though toile can feel surprisingly modern when it shows up in unexpected places (like the self-checkout line at Ralph's).
Do bold colors and prints upset you? Does fringe make you cringe? You may be a minimalist. These muted linen face masks will protect and serve in style.
Love Art Deco? Hate your neck? This one's for you.
If color and psychedelia are your jam, you'll want to dive face-first into this '60s-inspired, Peter Max-esque, wearable lava lamp.
You've had cabin fever since before quarantine was a thing. This refined-yet-rustic choice will help you get outside.
Are you fancy? Do you wear jodhpurs even when you're not riding your horse, which you own? Then we bet you're a lover of classic American, I'm-fancy-and-I-know-it design.
While we're not sure how many of you outside of the U.K. actually have Liberty of London-upholstered furniture, it's definitely something we've always dreamed of. Now you can wear your dream chair on your face?
Eve Epstein is the VP of content and editor-in-chief of Hunker. She is the co-author of "X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story" (Abrams, 2014) and "The Scratch and Sniff Book of Weed" (Abrams, 2017).