Bahari's understated-yet-luxurious home furnishings, lamps, and accessories are handmade in Southeast Asia from sustainably harvested, exotic woods such as amboyna and plantation-grown teak. Based in San Francisco and Thailand, this one-of-a-kind home décor company specializes in modern functional goods designed to symbolize serenity and simplicity. Salad bowls crafted from unused tree stumps, kiln-fired porcelain dishes and large vases, stainless steel and rosewood flatware, and coffee tables made of woven water hyacinth are just some of the unusual pieces offered in Bahari’s eclectic collection.
Here, we’ve got all the cooking and serving essentials you need for the perfect Tex-Mex feast: from utensils to skillets to bowls. And there’s plenty of glassware, too — shotglasses, beer mugs, and more — because you’ll need a little something to wash it all down with.
We've gone through our coffers and picked some hidden gems in a huge range of categories — from furniture to accessories — to serve as a little design inspiration for 2012. Now's your chance to pick these items up at wallet-friendly prices.
This selection of flatware has it all: Scandinavian-inspired silhouettes, jewelry-like detail, and some of the best names in the business, including Kim Seybert, Mepra, and Beauville Designs. Accessory sets, including a collection of glazed porcelain tea sets, are perfect for gifting.
Silver frames, teak trays, velvet throws, and power blenders: This huge selection of gifts are all below the $100 threshold — but they look a lot pricier than that.