These gifts, we’re quite sure, would be well-received by anyone, but especially by moms who pride themselves on being able to locate, in one minute flat, every card their child has ever given them. If you have an über-organized mom (or a mom who aspires to be one) on your Mother’s Day list, you’ll want to shop our list.
Above: This sculptural basket can hold skeins of yarn, hand towels, fruit, and more, but it’s so pretty on its own, your mom may be tempted to leave it empty. The Japanese Basket, shown here in natural, comes in black as well; $180 at March. Above: Alexa is eyeing the Chipolo Plus Item Finder for her mother. Here’s how it works: Attach the Bluetooth tracker to a keychain. Then download the Chipolo Plus smartphone app to activate the tag. When the key gets misplaced, simply alert the app, and the Chipolo will ring until it’s found and turned off. (It can also be attached to a pet collar, purse, or anything else you don’t want to lose). Each Chipolo Plus is $24.99 at the Container Store. Above: Margot recently alerted us to Falcon Enamelware’s new US website. She thinks the brand’s 3 Pint Jug would make a stylish cooking utensils holder and particularly likes the Samphire color for her mom; $47. Above: You may be tempted to keep this Lace Straw Basket, with leather handles, for yourself. It’s roomy enough to be used as a shopper or beach bag; $75 at General Store.
Above: Annie has been thinking about these splatterware canisters since Margot first wrote about the generations-old Italian studio that makes them (see New Serving: Splatterware Ceramics from Italy). She’s considering the Green on Green version at March for her mom; $50 to $75. Above: When Fan was in high school, she bought her mom a paperweight from a Hallmark store. Her mom still uses it. Fan would love to upgrade it this Mother’s Day to this beautiful Hafod Grange Paperweight embedded with the head of a goatsbeard plant; $75 at The Line. Above: This is on Fan’s wish list for herself— Clam Sets from ceramicist Julie Cloutier. A set can be used to store herbs, or jewelry, and it can function as two dishes or one lidded container. The set is currently sold out on her site, but we found it at Solare for $42. Above: Our list wouldn’t be complete without a tray. The Ryoka Bon Wood Tray is $180 at Nalata Nalata. Above: The Self-Inking Rubber Stamp by Wms & Co. has ash handles and an integrated hidden stamp pad that retracts when not in use. A perfect gift for a bibliophile mom who may want to mark her books with a personal monogram; $160 to $350.
Above: And may we suggest our book— ? It’s $16.96 on Amazon. Remodelista: The Organized Home
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