Good Design at an Affordable Price: Great Gifts Under $50

Good Design at an Affordable Price: Great Gifts Under $50

Adrienne Breaux
Nov 5, 2015
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Are you on a budget this year? You don't have to sacrifice style in your gift giving this holiday season just because you don't have a ton of money to spend on each gift. These are ten solid gift ideas under $50 you could give to just about anyone on your list.

  1. Public - Supply notebook at Public - Supply, $12 - $20 each. From their website: "Public - Supply is a for-profit company that channels 25% of profits from every sale to a teacher in a high-need classroom who will use the money for a project that drives creativity."
  2. Marble & Wood Cheese Boards at Williams-Sonoma, $29.95 – $49.95.
  3. Neighborwoods Map Coasters at UncommonGoods,$36. 15 different cities available.
  4. Hand-Carved Japanese Spoon at Best Made Co., (small starts at) $28. Great for serious cooks from someone who doesn't know much about cooking (because everyone can always use another wooden spoon around the kitchen).
  5. Polished Brass Plant Mister at Schoolhouse Electric and Supply Co., $30.
  6. The Bookman Bicycle Cup Holder at Nannie Inez, $39.
  7. Pinched Fold Mug at Leif, $28. Comes in a few different colors and patterns.
  8. Soap Stones by PELLE, $32.
  9. Planters from The Plaid Pigeon at Etsy, $16 - $40.
  10. "Hello" Assorted Card Set of 8 at Rifle Paper Co., $16.
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