A Wish List for the Home & Audio Afcionado
As the days are winding closer and closer into the holiday season, we always find ourselves scrambling to find the perfect, or at least a thoughtful gift for our loved ones, uncles, aunties, or our pets. With Amazon prime being the heaven sent saint that some of us rely on, sometimes we just want to come correct with a little more thoughtful exchange than a Firestick, the oil diffuser set, or the knock off Hydroflask thermos.
As we wrapped up our cannabis gift guide last week, we’re bringing you our top picks for the music and home lovers. And oh no, this isn’t your typical vinyl collection or candle set, but we’re talking the pieces that will sit in your home and really have your friends peers hanging out in your living room in awe.
Handmade in the town of Woburn, Massachusetts, U-turn players present themselves with a sleek and modern eye. Starting at $179, these purely analog machines carry the aesthetic and performance for any music lover. With additional fees, you can even get one completely custom-built.
Adding on to gifting the vinyl lover in your circle, Line Phono has a sleek and compact display where not only can you place your newly purchased U-Turn player, but can also easily stash your rare collection of wax right beneath.
From clocks to wall art, and even doormats, Cloudnola is truly representing the bond between function and form. Based out of Holland, their products, namely the clocks, incorporate contemporary home-deco styles that permeate functional art. A true conversation starter for any home.
Based in Philidelphia, Brian’s ceramics will brighten any table, room and space. Known for his “drippy” and textured pieces, his shapes vary from vessels to bowls, mugs, and even teacups.
Instead of having a candle placed on the coffee table to fill the space with a clean and fragrant breeze, why not switch it up a bit with incense? Incense of the West offers a wide variety of fragrances as well as a selection of Terracotta burners. Give the gift of an aromatic home this season.