It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here. We strung up lights. We put up our tree. And now it’s time to stock the shelves with gifts. Last year we played it pretty safe. We had recently opened the new store and we took the easy road and skipped the whole gift table thing. But this time around we are a little more relaxed, a little more comfortable in the new place that isn’t so new anymore. We decided to gather up some things, things you don’t see just anyplace. Some things you will only see here.
So without further adieu and further rambling, I give you the Simple Things gift guide :
beer can bracelet. 3 widths.
pencils, note pads, and old school erasers.
Linen tote bags. 4 colors – cream, blue, fatigue, natural.
Small pharmacy lamps. Three different finishes. Fully adjustable.
Paper weights. Heavy like a paperweight should be. Glass. Various cool designs.
Giganto notepads. Monogrammed and a few generic but cool designs.
A favorite around here – vintage washed kantha quilts. Every color under the sun.
Small lamps. Various sizes and materials – glass, alabaster, metal, concrete.
Start at $199.
The “You Earned It” bottle opener. heavy solid brass. Very cool.
Another classic. Vintage ironstone platters. For Christmas cookies or a great hostess gift. Starting at $99.
The Little Shirley Vase. A little vase with a big story.
Metal crowns made from vintage barrels. Two sizes.
Large -$99. Small – $69. Rust included.
Small scale and beautifully framed engravings. In a group or alone they are perfect.
Various sizes priced at $119-$199.