I live with a musician who recently began traveling to Europe once a month on tour. Now that he is a serial traveler, I have started considering portable accessories for gifts, which will remind him of his other life back at home. Here are a few practical yet stylish ideas for your jet-setting friend.
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Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur, a tea drinker, or both, there is something seductive about the ritual of preparing the perfect cup. Here are a few gift ideas for the caffeine enthusiast.
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Bridie Hall, an artist, designer, and manager of Ben Pentreath in London, finds inspiration in objects from the past. Hall, a native of New Zealand, has spent the last four years splitting her time between making art and selling beautiful things for the home. “Mostly, I make objects that are either very hard to get a hold […]Continue Reading →
Located in Stockholm’s Old Town, Den Gyldene Freden is owned by the the Swedish Academy, which selects the Nobel Prize for Literature (legend has it that many winners have been anointed at the Academy’s regular table on the premises). Opened in 1722, the restaurant is a “living example of a typical Swedish 18th-century […]Continue Reading →
I discovered himmeli, which are traditional Finnish Christmas decorations, in a somewhat roundabout way. A fashion blog that I follow, Closet Visit, covered a Japanese-born designer named Momo Suzuki. (Hang on here for just a bit longer.) Suzuki has a delicate, minimalist aesthetic, and there was a phởtograph of her under an intricate mobile she
The Japanese have long understood the health virtues of Binchotan charcoal, a type of hardwood charcoal made from oak burned at extremely high temperatures. Its porous surfaces make it an effective filter and water purifier while simultanéously releasing natural minerals. In Japan, it’s common to use Binchotan charcoal sticks in the bath and as filters […]Continue Reading →
House of Hackney founders Frieda Gormley and Javvy M. Royle describe their subverted take on the traditional as “Colefax and Fowler on acid.” Started in 2011, the duo’s line of bed linens, wallpaper, and home furnishings features a distinctly British vibe; the products are largely made by traditional UK-based specialist factories (including the lampshade manufacturer […]Continue Reading →
When I was in college, it was enough to bring a bottle of cheap table wine to the party. Now, as my friends begin to host housewarmings and holiday dinner gatherings, a quick trip to the corner store no longer suffices. Here’s a roundup of thoughtful gifts.
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