under $100: may 15th

this week’s under $100 column doesn’t really have a theme- other than to celebrate cute products that won’t break the bank. because everyone needs a little treat now and then.

[image above, clockwise from top left: paper hand votive $8 at abitare (call to order), winesap bottle opener $24, charming jewelry by tord boontje $27, acapulco tray $28, perpetual calendar $30, striped and spotted sake cups $17, set of 2 bear and flower mugs $35, white hurricane lantern $59]

[image above: japanese linen towels $16-$18 each]

  1. Love the winesap bottle opener and the japanese linens.

  2. Mouse says:

    I like the hand glass. And the bottle-opener. Did you see the bull bottler-opener? Swoon.

  3. alisa says:

    I love the necklaces! Perfect for summer. :)

  4. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for giving us such great items and low low prices. I love the tray.

    I’m embroidering little cloth drawstring bags to hand out at our family reunion this summer. Everyone fills them with a little token – like a Detroit pin, pine cone, pebble – it doesn’t matter. It’s the sentiment. Your post is a good reminder that gifts don’t have to cost a lot to impress.

  5. Awesome! All good, affordable finds.

  6. Mindy says:

    Thanks for the great finds! Love the Marimekko mugs.

  7. Rhiannon says:

    What a gorgeous selection – love the Tord Boontje necklace..have only ever seen the paper cut out screens but these are wonderful :)

  8. Shanne says:

    When I see the new design of Tord Boontje, I’m so proud of what our little country brings into the design-world. :)

  9. great items, love the acapulco tray


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