Sunday, December 9, 2012

Gift Ideas: Anthropologie

One of my favorite go-to stores for gifts is Anthropologie.  It has such a unique and well-curated collection of books, decor, and housewares which are sure to please even the most discerning person on your list.  Some of my favorite gifts are below:

 
Row 1: The most adorable measuring cups ever {what's not to love about hedgehoges?}.  A iPhone dock made out of driftwood that has been picked up off the coast of Maine, perfect for any guy on your list.  Handmade bookends that look like miniature forests {also available with a dusting of fresh snow}.  A chevron picture frame made of wood and bone.

Row 2: The infamous Capri Blue Mercury Glass Jar Candle {I literally hoard these candles, they smell amazing and the jar turns into a lovely little vase after burning through the candle}.  A wonderful cookbook from award-winning food blogger Beatrice Peltre which is inspired by her childhood in France and love for healthy eating.  The perfect guidebook to Paris for the creative in your life by Janelle McCulloch {I recently brought this book with me to Paris and discovered so many gorgeous galleries, hidden passageways, tiny antique stores, and inspiring gardens}.  A jewelry box made of mismatched drawers and vintage knobs.

Row 3: A golden French Press that is too pretty to keep hidden in your cabinets.  A whimsical piece of wall art by Rebecca Rebouche.  A sustainable cheese dome with history {the glass dome was made of pieces of broken antique glass that was melted and blown into cast iron bolds; the base and handles are crafted of reclaimed, 19th century European timber}.  A monogrammed mug {perfect with a jar of loose leaf tea, this being one of my favorites}.

Row 4: A giant golden wishbone, perfect on-top of a stack of gorgeous coffee table books.  For the Julia Child devotee, a set of six steak knives from the infamous French cutlery designers Laguiole.  A lomography camera for the photography junkie.  A hand-crafted bicycle by the California-based Linus Bikes, inspired by French bicycle design of the 1950's.

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