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About Gaia & Gino

Based in Istanbul, Gaia & Gino offers housewares that are a thoughtful combination of arty construction and forward-thinking utility. Since 2004, its founder, Gaye Cevikel, has been petitioning the international design community (including luminaries Karim Rashid and Richie Tanaka) to create unique, organic home accessories, from dual-sided wine glasses to calligraphy-inspired bud vases. With several design awards under their belt, Gaia & Gino’s products are recognized the world over and sold exclusively in cutting-edge boutiques.

Past Sales Featuring Gaia & Gino

Sale Ended January 08, 2012

Cleaning Out Our Closet- at Least 60% Off

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.

Sale Ended November 23, 2011

Housewarming

Help your friends make their new house a home. For all your gifting needs, shop our spot-on selection of thoughtful housewarming items.

Sale Ended January 12, 2010

Gaia & Gino - 01/08/2010

Organic consciousness and modern design. The two sensibilities merge in the commissioned works by some of the design field's finest artists (such as Andrée Putman and Arik Levy). Founder Gaye Cevikel named her Turkish brand in part for her dog, Gino, and her collection even offers some highbrow doggie designs, including rubber chew legs that attach ingeniously to furniture. They definitely put the wow in bow-wow.

Sale Ended November 14, 2011

A Vase for Every Occasion

A vase is one of the most effortless ways to perk up a room's look, and we've got a huge range of options to suit every style and taste. Go colorful with Cyan's purple Porpora, or Gaia & Gino's striking cobalt blue options; or get a little metallic in time for the holidays—Michael Aram's silvery Garland vase is the perfect winter table centerpiece. Why not try grouping a few together to magnify the aesthetic effect?