Great Gift Ideas from Top Bloggers
Our favorite bloggers and magazines have put together their favorite uncommon goods. Flip through each collection to find great gift ideas for everyone on your list. Danielle Bufalini from Daily Candy turns her expert editorial eye on our collection. Taryn Mohrman from Parents Magazine picks gifts sure to please the whole family. Looking for a splash of color? Capree Kimball from MAIYA shares a selection of cheery hues.
I'll just come out and say it... I love buying gifts for people... ESPECIALLY when they don't have a wedding registry set up. Why? Because it gives me the freedom to pick stuff I think they would enjoy! When it comes to wedding gifts, I go 1 of 3 ways... either with a thoughtfully personalized gift or something that relates to a shared interest, a gift with a sense of humor, or something so perfectly modern that I'd want to buy it for myself.
Feel good. That's all we really want right? Be happy and feel good. We wanted to curate a collection of items that would encourage good feelings, love, and laughter. Be it inspirational, functional or humorous, we selected products that would make anyone feel good.
Green Wedding Shoes
I love buying unique + personal wedding gifts for couples and this curated list was designed with just that in mind! Whether they love drinking wine, creating art, traveling the world, or just something fun to decorate their new home together, these ideas are sure to please any fun-loving newlywed couple.
Kapow! Bam! Zing! This collection is all about bringing happy colors into your home, my friends. As a lover of bright and cheery hues, I'm here to help guide you through the world of colorful living, one accessory at a time. So stand up tall, open up those arms, and embrace the color explosion. We're taking you to your happy place in 3, 2, 1...
Design For Mankind
From mushroom puzzles to moon clocks, I'm spotting nature-infused products everywhere I turn. Below, see my favorite finds from UncommonGoods-- both wild and tame-- that send me leaping through the fields of desire. Happy hunting, gift finders!
UncommonGoods has proven to be a great resource for me as editor. More so, it's proven to be a great resource for me personally --especially when it comes to gift giving. And though I won't name names, here are some surprises I'm considering for those on my holiday shopping list.
At Parents, we're always on the hunt for family-friendly finds that put the fun in functional -- and that is just what I always find on UncommonGoods. This roundup highlights some of my all-time favorite baby and kids' toys, games, and accessories, many of which have been featured on the pages of Parents!
NOTCOT is a visual filtration of ideas + aesthetics + amusements. NOTCOT.com has become a daily source of inspiration with visually stunning imagery, the latest in international trends, and a passion for all things well-designed.
Of all the wonderful gifts at UncommonGoods, some of my most favorite are whimsical and white. There's something about the combination that says, "Don't take yourself too seriously." The color white, inherently cool and sophisticated, is made playful in these creations you can't help but smile at.
Kaboodle is all about whimsical, stylish gifts. But things can't just look cool. They have to be totally awesome and useful, too. These picks from UncommonGoods are fun, functional, and under $50! What could be better than that!?
CRAFT is always on the lookout for the one-of-a-kind, the magnificently recycled, and the handcrafted; and here at UncommonGoods the original and unique are quite common! With so many wonderfully handmade and thoughtful goods, it was hard to narrow them down, but here is a partial list of my favorites.
Baby gifts that the happy family can use well beyond baby's first year.
Our own legacy is compelling represented in beautiful upcycled products, testament to a conservationist ethic that our generation invented and younger generations have expended into elegant and fashionable realms of design, decor and fashion.
We'd like to pretend we had some grand strategy for picking our favorite Uncommon Goods items, but we have to be honest. We picked stuff we hope someone buys us. Consider this our holiday wish list.