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  • Bones Salt and Pepper Shaker


    The hip bone is connected to the…salt shaker? This is the ideal gift for your favorite orthopedist or that one clumsy friend who can’t stop crashing into things. This bony set from Stiles in Clay will either make them wince or laugh-hopefully both- and, eventually, season their dinner.

    $35 at Alexis Bittar | Buy

    | Posted 06 Jul, 2011 by Rene
  • Surf SarongTowel


    Lay out your picnic spread or wrap yourself up after a dip in the pool- either way this blanket/towel hybrid is a clever new summer staple.

    $98 at Nomadic Thread Society | Buy

    | Posted 27 Jun, 2011 by Rene
  • Baggu Bag


    Roomy and nearly indestructible, load up on a bunch of Baggu bags and schlep in style.

    $8 at Baggu | Buy

    | Posted 17 Jun, 2011 by Rene
  • Salad Dressing Shaker


    If you prefer your vinaigrette shaken, not stirred, invest in a eye-pleasing shaker that adds style to the table and flavor to your salad.

    $24 at Grounded | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jun, 2011 by Rene
  • Glass Salt Bowl


    Seasoning never looked so pretty. Keep your salt handy while cooking with a lovely glass bowl perfect for prep or snacks.

    $14 at Canoe | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jun, 2011 by Rene
  • Kissing Couple on Bike Papercut


    The mind boggles at how such intricate detail can be cut from paper. This unique and sentimental silhouette of a couple on a bicycle makes a great gift and can easily be framed, though it looks pretty cool on its own.

    $45 at Papercuts By Joe | Buy

    | Posted 01 Jun, 2011 by Rene
  • Linen Tray


    This charming linen tray is technically meant for children, but we won’t tell if you use it to pass around treats at your next party. Made in Lithuania by Fog Linen.

    $27 at Mjolk | Buy

    | Posted 31 May, 2011 by Rene
  • Mesh Food Cover


    There is nothing grosser than realizing a tantalizing picnic spread has suddenly turned into an insect playground. Toss on a few food covers to protect the delectables and chow down without having to check for tiny legs. (Ew.)

    $13 at Bed Bath & Beyond | Buy

    | Posted 24 May, 2011 by Rene
  • Bamboo Wine Table


    Make any spot in your yard a romantic rendezvous for two. Stab the bamboo stake into the grass and enjoy some wine and cheese as you take in the scenery.

    $22 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    | Posted 20 May, 2011 by Rene
  • Driftwood Blanket Tote


    No soggy bottoms allowed at a summertime picnic. The Driftwood is a soft fleece blanket and has a waterproof backing to protect your lunch and your backside. This portable picnic spot is extra roomy so invite lots of friends to the feast.

    $24 at Fresh Picnic | Buy

    | Posted 20 May, 2011 by Rene
  • Outdoor Swingasan Chair


    Swing the summer days away in a comfortable adult-sized swinging chair. Curl up with book or relax over evening cocktails in the backyard. This swinger is rust resistant so it can hang outside worry-free, as you will be after a few swings.

    $270 at Pier 1 | Buy

    (Stand sold separately)

    | Posted 19 May, 2011 by Rene
  • If You Can’t Stand the Heat Tray


    A boldly graphic melamine tray that let’s your guests know who’s the boss in the kitchen.

    $13 at CB2 | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 29 Apr, 2011 by Rene
  • Spice Rub Collection


    Why pick just one when you can give your favorite foodie Dean & Delucas’ entire collection of nine spice rubs? If they’re feeling Cajun or Moroccan, or anything in between, their meat is covered. Stand by the grill and reap the tasty spoils of your gift.

    $60 at Dean & DeLuca | Buy

    | Posted 05 Apr, 2011 by Rene
  • Mean Beans


    Substitute Mean Beans for pickles and be pleasantly surprised. These spicy stringbeans are pickled in cayenne and dill and add plenty of zing to a Bloody Mary (forget the boring celery) or to any dish that needs a little heat and oomph.

    $10 at Ricks Picks | Buy

    | Posted 04 Apr, 2011 by Rene
  • Sel Gris French Grey Salt


    Himalayan Pink Salt is sooo last year. Sel Gris (grey salt) from Brittany is where it’s at- perfect for seasoning your foodie’s leafy greens and grilled veggies. Ooh la la.

    $6 at DAS Foods | Buy

    | Posted 04 Apr, 2011 by Rene
  • Chocolate Chilli Cashew Biscotti


    A foodie certainly isn’t dipping Chips Ahoy into his coffee. Give that distinguished diner something truly delicious to dunk, like rich chocolate biscotti. The subtle heat from the chilli and the nuttiness of the cashews elevates this snack time treat into palate-blowing greatness.

    $6 at Whimsy & Spice | Buy

    (Price is for 10)

    | Posted 01 Apr, 2011 by Rene
  • Hair Bender Coffee & Jar


    Need a little pick-me-up? No wait, make that A LOT of pick-me-up? The Hair Bender will get your motor running like no other coffee. A blend from different growing regions and embodying chocolate and caramel flavors, this cuppa is meticulously crafted by the folks at Stumptown. Shoot a cup back and conquer your morning.

    $30 at Stumptown Coffee | Buy

    | Posted 31 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Wasabi Horseradish Cream Sauce


    Make your mouth go zing and clear those nasal passages with this intensely delicious cream sauce. Wasabi and horseradish are a match made in fiery heaven and this creamy sauce can be used as a spread, in dips or marinades or wherever else a foodie finds it to be a tasty accompaniment.

    $6 at Stonewall Kitchen | Buy

    | Posted 31 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Chocolate Covered Bacon


    Where two guilty pleasures collide, there is chocolate covered bacon. So wrong, yet so right.

    $7 at Marini's Candies | Buy

    | Posted 30 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • French Macarons


    Treat yourself to an after-dinner delight you’ll hardly be able to wait for. These handmade macaroons are the real deal, made fresh daily and available in a range of mouth watering flavors, from the simply delicious lemon or caramel, to the eyebrow raising violet cassis and earl grey tea.

    $19 at Paulette Macarons | Buy

    (price is for 12)

    | Posted 29 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Bild Print by Jon Burgerman


    What exactly is going on here? It’s hard to tell, but the riot of colors are cheerful and those crazy faces are funny and look, a dog! Or is it a cat? Maybe some sort of monster. Whatever the case may be this print is a pop of whimsy almost anyone could benefit from.

    $12 at Ikea | Buy

    | Posted 24 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Coral Reef Dictionary Print


    A simple but stunning coral branch printed on a vintage dictionary page makes for great contrast and adds instant interest to your walls. Line several along a hallway wall to create a dramatic gallery feel.

    $10 at The Little Rice | Buy

    | Posted 22 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Flora Giclee Print


    Depending on your perspective, you might see abstract florals or muted chevron stripes in this large format print. Either way this piece is a great blend of soft and strong tones that will easily tie in other colors in your decor.

    $120 at inaluxe | Buy

    | Posted 21 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Live What You Love Letterpress Poster


    Sometimes you need to read it to believe it. Bold and straightforward, this eye-catching yellow poster is the most encouraging thing you’ll see as you get out of bed. Or, place by the front door as a lively reminder on your way out.

    $30 at Hijirik Studio | Buy

    | Posted 18 Mar, 2011 by Rene
  • Clink and Clatter Recipe Cards


    Sweet utensil-themed recipe cards make a great housewarming or bridal shower gift. The cute illustrations and corresponding stickers will inspire the inner chef in everyone. You can almost hear the pans clattering in the kitchen…

    $20 at Shop SCAD | Buy

    | Posted 18 Mar, 2011 by Rene

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