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2010 gift guides: $100 and under

by Grace Bonney


The Gift Guide love continues today with a theme that’s close to my heart: $100 and Under. All of these beautiful gifts can be picked up for $100 or less and would make any of your friends and family happy this year. From chairs and sake sets to bookends and wine racks, there’s something here for everyone on your list. Happy Gifting! xo, grace

Click here and here to check out yesterday’s gift guides for ideas under $50 and under $25.

*Also- if you look to your left you’ll see we made a special gift guides home page in the meny to gather this year’s gift guides, along with previous years’, all in one location!

Image above: 1. Giles & Brother spike bangle $55; 2. Midas Collection $60+; 3. Bavarian Forest Bag $75; 4. Velvet Lined Slippers $92; 5. Kate Spade Bon Mot Owl purse $95; 6. Peacock Lollipop Holder $95; 7. Hi 5 Mittens $65 ; 8. Eve Candleholder $75; 9. Stem Vase $60.


Image above: 1. French Bulldog Bookends $56; 2. Glass Feather Ornaments (pretty for hanging in windows post-holiday) set of 7 for $56; 3. Resin Salad Servers $60; 4. Gold Hand Hook $95; 5. Pantone Folding Chair $94; 6. Sake Bomb (server and glasses) $98; 7. Passementerie Placemat $58; 8. Animal Ring $75; 9. Galvanized 12 Bottle Wine Rack $69.95.


Image above: 1. Black Bear Lunch Plate $65; 2. Lambswool Throw $98 ; 3. Blades Ping Pong Set $100; 4. Wood Tool Set $95; 5. Hand Key chain (Was $85) now $50; 6. Pear Terrarium $79; 7. Set of Coathooks $98; 8. Wooden Rolling Pin $88; 9. Bird Alarm Clock $61 ; 10. Large Whale Chalkboard Decal $100; 11. Crushed Bowl $75.


Image above, clockwise from top: Mark Hearld Cushion Cover $85, Frazier & Wing Mobile $75, Hippity Hop Lamp and Squirreled Away Lamp $88.

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