Seven readers will each win one of the seven bundles, which Good Thing launched earlier this month ahead of the holiday season.
Products by five partner brands feature in the Good Thing & Friends gift packs, which will be on sale until the end of the year at a cheaper price than buying the products separately.
Among the seven bundles is a burgundy coloured version of the brand’s Frank Tray – a crinkled, curved plate designed by Providence-based designer Christopher Specce. It is partnered with a hand-poured coconut and beeswax candle in Redwood by Los Angeles-based Boy Smells.
A yellow version of Specce’s tray also features in another pack, to complement the bright hues of the accompanying Color Block Pencils by accessories brand Ban.do, which has contributed three products to the series.
For another, Ban.do’s pink-toned t-shirt emblazoned with the slogan “See Everything” is teamed with a red version of Good Thing’s Utility Mirror. Created by industrial design studio Visibility, the stainless steel mirror has a silicon handle and is shaped like a table-tennis bat.
Coffee lovers are catered for in another package, which couples coffee roaster Verve’s Streetlevel blend with Good Thing’s coffee and tea brewer Twin Carafe, designed by Studio Gorm.
The Oregon-based studio‘s double-walled borosilicate glass carafe is intended to keep beverages warm but hands cool. The accompanying silicone lid is used for straining, and comes in khaki in the bundle.
Another package, featuring the Slim Bookends by Taiwanese product and furniture designer Kenyon Yeh, is more suited to bookworms. The bookends, in blue, will be accompanied by the book Super Normal: Sensations of the Ordinary.
Other gifts comprise a Standard Baggu Bag with Yeh’s Seed Hook and Shelf. The bag, which folds flat into a five- by five-inch pouch, will come in yellow with a dotted pattern, offsetting the grey version of Yeh’s design.
Lastly, Good Thing will be giving away a kit for making cards by Ban.do, along with the curved Paper Display that New York-based product designer Sam Anderson created with Good Thing founder Jamie Wolfond.
Wolfond, a Canadian designer, established Good Thing in 2014. The brand launched many of the products in the bundles at the beginning of this year, and then expanded the collection with rugs, furniture and lights at this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair in May.
The Good Thing & Friends series is also available to buy online up until 31 December 2017, and the brand plans to add new sets of combinations in the coming months.
One of each bundle is available to be won. Entrants can select their preferred bundle from the series using the form below.
Competition closes 11 December 2017. Seven winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.
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