The air is crisp and the leaves are shedding their summery shades for a warmer tone. This can only mean one thing. Fall has arrived. A new season is a great time to shop, especially if saving money is involved. Luckily, we’re offering an extra 15% off any purchase (excluding furniture and lighting). This means that if something is already on sale, you can save another 15% on top of that. Or if something is regular-priced, you save a little something. This is much better than paying regular price, no? The sale ends Tuesday, Sept. 29, so you have a few days to browse and compose a shopping list. I’ve already started mine, so take a look below at a few of my favorites.
The Magisso Cooling Ceramics Tumblers are magic in drinkware form. You simply soak the tumblers for just a minute in water and as the water begins to evaporate, it activates the cooling effect. This effect keeps your cold beverages up to 40% cooler than the ambient temperature. Smoothie anyone?
Say goodbye to boring wall hooks and meet the Design House Stockholm Arrow Hangers. Doubling as wall art, these minimalist arrows can hold up to an impressive 55 lbs. From towels to bikes, these hooks will have you hanging your possessions in modern style.
I love things that don’t have to be utilized as its intended use. These handblown Studio Xaquixe glasses are the perfect example. Made with upcycled materials and alternative biofuel energy, these glasses can serve multiple purposes. Use them for beverages, candles or plants. And each one varies slightly, making them truly unique.
Geometric patterns are kind of my thing, so I just had to highlight these Lapuan Kankurit HarleKiini Tea Towels. These kitchen linens are made by a four-generation Finnish family business that began as a wool and felt boot factory in 1917. They’re pretty much the authority in linens if you ask me.
Last, but not least is the Tina Frey Small Pedestal Bowl. I became a huge fan of Tina Frey when I first laid eyes on her minimalistic, free-form resin pieces. Frey designs and hand sculpts each art piece with clay in San Francisco, Calif., producing imperfect forms that make each piece unique. I am especially loving this new item that would be perfect for candy or other sweets.