By Leo Lei
Gifting is not always easy, but we want to help make that process a bit simpler by including some of our favorite minimalist, functional, and beautiful products.
Dome Bookends by Cofield $190
A beautiful set of smooth hand-turned bookends made out of solid maple with a whitewash finish.
Étui II by The Atelier YUL $75
The perfect case for small items. Made of 100% genuine pebbled leather, it fits a variety of small objects, including: mini iPad, iPhone, notebook, pens and pencils.
Bottle Humidifier by 11+ $69
This USB-powered humidifier is perfect for those dry winter months. Just fill with water and plug into your computer for a soothing mist that can humidify a studio, bedroom, or office.
001 Candle Holder by Orphan Work $180
Founded on the concept of adopting work from anonymous artists, each piece is meticulously handmade by a family of master artisans. Available in brass or blackened brass.
Case Study Backback by This Is Ground $575
This super lightweight and thin backpack is perfect for your daily essentials. The bag fits a laptop up to 15″, and includes additional pockets for carryalls such as a power adapter, iPad, and even Apple Pencil.
Supersonic™ Hair Dryer by Dyson $399
The ultimate hair dryer for fast drying in a small package. The minimal hair dryer comes with three different nozzles, all of which are magnetically attached.
Peg Hook by Jonah Takagi for Hem $34
Peg is the coat hook reduced to its simplest form. Made from varnished, turned ash, oak or American walnut, it fastens to the wall through a clever aluminum mechanism hidden within, which attaches via a basic flathead screw.
Travel Pen by Minimalux £135.00 (~$181.00)
The pen and cap are precision machined from a single block of aluminum, and come in either a polished or machined finish. The cap can be taken off with a single half twist.