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‘Tis the season to give, but not to procrastinate. There are so many amazing finds on Krrb that would make any good boy or girl—big or small—very happy on Christmas morning. Take a peek at some of the coolest finds in the LA area and start checking stuff off your list today!
For the Music Lovers
This is kinda amazing. A 150-year-old organ that still plays! If you know about instruments like this, you know that the bellows of concertinas, accordions, and pump organs can dry-out and crack over time, so the fact that this one is still in working order is quite impressive! $450.
For the Wood Furniture Buffs
In the last couple years, handmade furniture and salvaged antiques have taken over our living rooms, adding some soul to our lives and homes. Here’s a stocking stuffer to help keep these items around even longer. This all-natural Wood Rub keeps wood from drying out while giving it a deep, rich finish. $24.95.
For the Folks Who Just Wanna Relax
Kick your feet up and chill out! There is nothing quite like a leather pouf ottoman. It versatile, comfortable, and stylish. Every household should have one. Assuming you already do, you should buy one for a friend as a Christmas gift. $145.
For the Thoughtful Travelers
There’s a lot of traveling going on over the holidays. Plenty of planes being boarded and a log of luggage being checked. Why not mark a special someone’s bags with an inspirational quote from one of America’s most famous travelers and story-tellers? This imprinted leather tag can be attached to the bag and give the receiver’s warm feelings when they spot it approaching on the luggage carousel at the airport. $24.
For the Fashion Fiends
Got your attention? This necklace is a pretty classy piece with 24k gold and Mid-Century beads. Not to mention that the seller, LilahV, also donates 20% of each jewelry purchase to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. So, how’s that for the spirit of giving? $163.97.
For the Libatious
Spike up Uncle Larry’s eggnog with 1950’s whiskey glasses! Lovely gold band around the rim, and marsh leaf design brings back memories of Grandma’s funky/cool glassware. This is old school imbibing is all about. Cheers! $46.
For the Coolest Guys
Every guy needs a rugged leather jacket in their closet. Just this side of Starsky & Hutch (and we’re talkin’ Hutch, here) this tan leather jacket goes with anything. But it should always be rocked with mirrored aviators! $48.
For the Quaint Homebodies
Here’s a great gift item for anyone looking to spruce up their living room or bedroom. These pillows made from French laundry bags go well with any decor and are sure to be super comfy as well. $80.
For the Victorian Bookworms
Wow! Cool twin chrome horse heads stand at attention on your Cousin John’s bookcase. If he’s always dreamed of a dark wood study with a leather club chair and the smell of pipe tobacco, these bookends are the place to start. $210.
For the Mad Men Fanatic
Can you imagine finding this honest to goodness Tiffany & Co. desk clock under the tree? Tiffany & Co. is known for their luxury timepieces as much as for their little blue boxes. We think Don Draper would have bought this for his secretary! $450.
For the All-Weather Yogis
You know you have one. A yoga friend or quite possibly, many yoga friends. Well, you can be sure that none of them want to show up to yoga and lie down on a dirty mat. This year, surprise them with a handmade, waterproof yoga mat bag. These stylish pieces from Krrb seller, Whether Bags, are easy to clean and reduce repel moisture and mildew. $63.50.
For the Nadals in Training
Now here’s the perfect thing for that future tennis pro just starting out. New Years is the time to try new things, and there’s bound to be a few folks looking to be the next king of the court. So here’s everything to get them started on their journey. Brand new racket with carrying bag, string vibration dampeners, two sets of tennis balls and sweatband (required). $75.
For the Retro Mixologist
Now, why you would need to crush ice on the go? This retro ice crusher looks cool, and it works! Give it to your brother for his next camping trip. $15.
For Those Who Like to Sit in Style
This antique lounge chair has been thoughtfully restored, and is screaming to be bought for that special person in your life that has a corner in their house that they just can’t seem to find the right piece to fill. They can be guaranteed that nobody will have the same chair. $900.
For the Forgetful Dreamers
Here’s a lovely designed bulletin board that could also serve as a bit of inspiration itself. This particular board could be a great gift for anyone with those Sailor Jerry leanings, though the Krrb seller, Phaeds, also makes boards in varying designs to suit any taste! $30.
For the Nostalgic cyclists
This has collector written all over it! Made in England in the 1970s, this vintage bike was one of the first to introduce a folding feature. With a nice retro profile and its cool pivot folding mechanism, gift is perfect for both the cycle-minded as well as the design-minded. $449.
For the Keepsake Keepers
Want to fill someone’s heart with music, but have a terrible voice and can’t whistle? This Mid-Century Japanese-style music box should do the trick. Black lacquer with a painted Japanese landscape, this box sits on delicate legs and plays a sweet classical melody. $110.
For the Design-savvy Decorators
These thoughtfully handcrafted mirrors were made by framing with wood reclaimed from the barn of the maker’s grandfather. The old wood gives the mirrors an earthy feel while the triangle shape keep the design contemporary. Excellent for anyone who’s recently moved into a new home, or those with some wall space to fill, or maybe that girlfriend who likes to peek at herself on the way out the door before a night out on the town. $120.
So many great finds. Wishing you happy hunting and sensational shopping!