Last-Minute Gift Ideas from Komoda

Last-Minute Gift Ideas from Komoda

Sarah Coffey
Dec 19, 2008

For 5 years, Sherri Gregorcyk has been helping us find gifts for our loved ones, often at the last minute (we're procrastinators). We first met Sherri when she worked at RR#1, a beautiful Chicago apothecary-turned-giftshop. Now she owns Komoda, a refurbished hardware store filled with gifts for design lovers. We talked with Sherri and snooped around the shop to find some suggestions for those of you still looking for holiday gifts...

The LED Sun Jar ($42) harvests daylight, stores it up, and glows at night.
Komoda carries some of our favorite scented candles including Votivo and Lumiere.
These Ibride Serving Trays ($68) are made from recycled wood.
jewelry
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Low-maintenance air plants ($2 - $5 each) are on our list of best plants to give as gifts.
We love this Moroccan hook shaped like a foot, $28.
The apothecary bar has lots of swanky stocking stuffers.
Pre de Provence soaps ($5) are beautiful and useful.
cookbooks
Sherri carries original artwork, including this donkey painting ($42) by Julia Jasinki.
Wind chimes are good gifts for the garden. These Woodstock Wind Chimes are $26.
Komoda also has a kids' section with toys, books, stuffed animals, and games for little ones.

For more information about Komoda, check out Heather's store review. The shop is located at the intersection of Chicago and Rockwell, at 2559 W. Chicago Ave. Visit their website here.

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