If you’re always on the lookout for inexpensive, yet classically beautiful handmade items, these ones will all make it onto your wishlist:
1. Mountain Blossom Furoshiki by TheLinkCollective
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that can be used in all sorts of ways: as a scarf, as a baby blanket and, of course, as a bag. In order to use it as a bag, you simply have to attach the handmade leather strap that comes with it. And don’t worry, it’s just as easy to take off – it won’t damage the cloth in any way.
Available from TheLinkCollective
2. Glass Gem Magnets by TheRubbishRevival
Made from recycled glass and boasting stop-and-stare shades of blue, these magnets are as practical as they are pretty to look at. Where will you use them? ;)
Available from TheRubbishRevival
3. Wood Towel Rack by BogaHome
This unique towel rack will go perfectly in your bathroom if you’re tired of its conventional counterparts. Blending function with unique looks – so cool!
Available from BogaHome
4. Slender Hexagon Serving Dishes by ConvivialProduction
This lovely set of handmade nesting dishes can be used as almost anything… traditional serving dishes, spoon rests and even jewelry trays. Options abound! Sold individually or in sets.
Available from ConvivialProduction
5. Magazine Holder by PrisonAtelier
Hailing all the way from Sweden, this minimalistic holder has that incomparable scandi-chic appeal we all know and love. Quite the right match for all of those magazines you have laying around, wouldn’t you say?
Available from PrisonAtelier