1. Yearly Co. Bangles I’m just shy of obsessed with these hand-made 14 karat gold bangles. The delicate design is intended to be layered, the idea being you get a new one in celebration of each year of marriage. But I also like gifting them to friends and family who have had a milestone year with a birth, wedding, graduation and so forth. You better believe I have my eye on their monogram options so I can sport an M and E for my girls.
2. Looms & Lighting Rugs I’m a firm believer you can’t have too many Oushak rugs. Right now, my bathroom is begging for a beautifully worn one. Enter Looms & Lighting, my favorite source for vintage rugs. Owner Jenn Terry, who is based in Georgia, will help you search for just the right piece for your space.
3. Mainly Baskets Desk Chair I don’t know about you, but I’m planning to take my work productivity to new heights in 2019. And I hope to do it in this impossibly pretty rattan desk chair. It’s available in 21 colors so the only thing I’m uncertain about is which shade I covet most.
4. Hadley Pottery Those that know me well, or barely at all, really, know that I’m a sucker for all things table top. I’m planning to gift classic blue-and-white Hadley Pottery plates, which feature whimsical hand-painted motifs, to my nieces and nephews. (I’ll also be scooping up some for my daughters.) I love the idea of starting a collection for little ones on your list and adding to it each year!
6. Susan Gordon Pottery Swoon worthy. That’s the only way to describe the pieces Susan Gordon crafts in her Birmingham studio. I’m stocking up on her wavy bowls for hostess gifts during the holidays—and beyond.
P.S. Nashville friends—I’m hosting my second annual Designer Holiday Pop-Up this Thursday Dec 6 and Friday Dec 7. There you’ll find offerings from Yearly Co., Looms & Lighting, Susan Gordon Pottery and many more! Check out my Instagram for all the details.