If the ten goods in part one of the Spaces + Places gift guide weren’t enough, here’s ten more. Sharing is caring, right?
1. Brass Coasters, $35
Solid brass coaster backed in black leather to protect your surfaces from moisture and scratching. Due to the nature of raw brass, they will tarnish over time. Polish with brass polish to restore shine.
2. Color Split Water World Rope Vessel, $60
Part of Gemma’s Dulux hand-painted series, this handmade rope vessel is a brilliant catch-all for your office, studio or kitchen. Organize and store all your little trinkets or desk supplies while it also makes a pretty accent on your counter or table-top. Material: 100% cotton rope dipped in Dulux wash n wear for a hard finish; Color: Hand-painted in Dulux series White and Water World; Size: Approx. 8″ at widest x 2.75″ H.
3. Work Hard & Be Nice to People, $68.00 – $199.00
Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill is well-known for his typographic, text-based compositions and his uncompromising integrity to hand-made image making. This limited edition, signed print features his most famous mantra—Work Hard and Be Nice to People. Available unframed or framed in black metal.
4. Phrenology Head, $56
A phrenology head bust statue. This realistic human head bust makes for a very interesting piece of home decor. We have hand painted the sculpture in a sleek and modern lossy paint, but we are happy to custom paint the head in any color you see in our shop. The phrenology markings are etched into the resin. This is a decorative item, and not meant for educational or scientific purposes.
5. Arne Jacobsen Letter Tea Towel, $26
A simple yet modern design, two tea towels featuring typography from renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen. Features a white alphabet across a black background. Set of two tea towels; Typography from renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen; 100% cotton.
6. Life+Cycle Pillar Candle, $40
Inspired by the wildlife and quietude found in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, an oasis in the center of the urban clamor. A blend of American wild-grown cedar, with notes of fennel, fir and a hint of coffee. The interplay hits the perfect balance between zen-appeal and metropolitan exhilaration. All LITE+CYCLE pillar candles are 100% conceived from plants and essential oils grown without pesticides or chemicals. Made with non-GMO vegetable wax + cotton wick + essential oils; 40 hours burn time.
7. Brass Change Catcher, $18
Keep spare change from weighing down pockets and purses with this engraved brass dish for the entryway or desk.
8. Humans of New York Book (for the coffee table!), $29.99
Upon moving to New York City in 2010, Georgia native Brandon Stanton began honing his untrained lens on real life city dwellers. He became an overnight success thanks to his famed photo-blog that chronicles his most intimate candids. In this stunning volume, Stanton presents 400 full-color images that showcase New Yorkers in their truest form. Hardcover, 304 pages.
9. Atmosphere Mists-Lemongrass + Geranium, $24
Lemongrass and geranium work together to clear the air and lift the spirit; with the added benefit of keeping insect pests away. GGenerously mist throughout air, on linens, rugs, drapery…
10. Kyocera Ceramic Santoku Knives, $49.95
Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks. This santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight–down chop. It’s ideal for slicing boneless meat and fish or chopping vegetables. 5½ ” blade.
What products in this collection would you like to try? Stay tuned for more like this and let me know in the comments what other types of gift guides you’d like to see.