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Trending on Remodelista: The Best Gifts for the Design-Minded

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Trending on Remodelista: The Best Gifts for the Design-Minded

December 4, 2020

Remodelista continued its holiday gift sleuthing this week with loads of ideas for everyone on your list—but particularly the person with discriminating taste.

From Remodelista Gift Guide \20\20: Cookbooks to Give (and Cook From) This Winter: The charming Serving New York (\$35) by Kristin Tice Studeman and Bryan Fountain, written in the first week of NYC’s lockdowns, includes “more than 45 easy, pantry-friendly recipes from NYC’s best restaurants, including Olmsted, Momofuku, King, Charlie Bird, Llama Inn, the NoMad, and more.” One hundred percent of proceeds go to ROAR x Robin Hood restaurant relief fund for NYC restaurants and workers.
Above: From Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: Cookbooks to Give (and Cook From) This Winter: The charming Serving New York ($35) by Kristin Tice Studeman and Bryan Fountain, written in the first week of NYC’s lockdowns, includes “more than 45 easy, pantry-friendly recipes from NYC’s best restaurants, including Olmsted, Momofuku, King, Charlie Bird, Llama Inn, the NoMad, and more.” One hundred percent of proceeds go to ROAR x Robin Hood restaurant relief fund for NYC restaurants and workers.
\10 Easy Pieces: Winter Wool Blankets: Designed by British weaver Eleanor Pritchard and woven in a Welsh mill, the Eleanor Pritchard Wool Throw is designed in a fully reversible pattern; \$349 at Schoolhouse.
Above: 10 Easy Pieces: Winter Wool Blankets: Designed by British weaver Eleanor Pritchard and woven in a Welsh mill, the Eleanor Pritchard Wool Throw is designed in a fully reversible pattern; $349 at Schoolhouse.
From Remodelista Gift Guide \20\20: \10 Outstanding Jigsaw Puzzles: Piecework, a newish company (its tagline is “puzzles for president”) makes “bizarrely beautiful” still-life photographs-turned-puzzles, says Meredith. Pictured here is the aptly named \1,000-piece Meta Puzzle; \$\28.80.
Above: From Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: 10 Outstanding Jigsaw Puzzles: Piecework, a newish company (its tagline is “puzzles for president”) makes “bizarrely beautiful” still-life photographs-turned-puzzles, says Meredith. Pictured here is the aptly named 1,000-piece Meta Puzzle; $28.80.
From Remodelista Gift Guide \20\20: Gifts for the Home Fragrance Snob: The Bodha Calm Incense has a gentle fragrance and smokeless burn. Made in Japan using traditional methods, the incense is \$3\2 at The Primary Essentials who also carries the full line of Bodha incense scents.
Above: From Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: Gifts for the Home Fragrance Snob: The Bodha Calm Incense has a gentle fragrance and smokeless burn. Made in Japan using traditional methods, the incense is $32 at The Primary Essentials who also carries the full line of Bodha incense scents.
From Remodelista Gift Guide \20\20: \15 Surprises for the Eco-Minded Aesthete: The koroneiki olives used to make Oracle Oil’s extra-virgin olive oil come from a collective of farms in Laconia, Greece, including one belonging to the family of Oracle’s founder, Cristiana Sadigianis. A \16.9-ounce bottle is \$40 and comes with illustrated Greek recipe cards.
Above: From Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: 15 Surprises for the Eco-Minded Aesthete: The koroneiki olives used to make Oracle Oil’s extra-virgin olive oil come from a collective of farms in Laconia, Greece, including one belonging to the family of Oracle’s founder, Cristiana Sadigianis. A 16.9-ounce bottle is $40 and comes with illustrated Greek recipe cards.

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