Brand I like: Hay

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Hay is a Danish brand that specializes in thoughtfully-designed items for the home, and I’ve been a fan of theirs for a while now. A lot of what they offer comes in more than one colorway, like this well-priced quilt.

This portable lamp is battery-operated, and would be ideal for outdoor dining.

A chic little stainless steel water bottle with a bright plastic lid.

I just think this marbled dinner plate is super-cool, but then again I’m a sucker for marbled stuff.

The contrasting colors on this vase are really striking—it’s worth displaying even without flowers in it.

A chic, sculptural coffee table that makes a big statement in gold.

I can’t think of a reason anyone in this modern world needs an hourglass (I know Scrabble players would disagree) but I kind of want this anyway.

I’d use this plastic tool box to store all the stuff that gets lost at the bottom of my junk drawer.

This throw would look so perfect on my grey sofa.

A faux wood grain mug that strikes me as pretty clever.

And this quilt-ishly patterned blanket is pretty smart too.

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    c.w.
    8 Nov 2019
    10:17am

    Loving this store. The vase is gorgeous! An easy way to add a little color to your home without going all whimsey in the borogoves. In the summers we frequently eat supper out on our deck, so the battery operated lights would be welcome dining companions. (sighing in delight!)

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    HickfromStyx
    8 Nov 2019
    10:29am

    Hay items are so clever. I have a simple tealight and tapered candle holder in mauve cast iron for this hygge time of year. Bought on a whim in Copenhagen.

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    Mary
    8 Nov 2019
    10:42am

    I use an hourglass to enforce my kids’ piano practicing routine. They probably watch the sand a little too often but I’ll do whatever it takes.

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      Kimbersam
      8 Nov 2019
      11:27am

      OMG. My mother did this also. And I did watch the sand!

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      Viajera
      8 Nov 2019
      12:16pm

      If anyone ever comes across a 45 minute one, please let me know! Hay had 90 and 120 minute ones too, if anyone needs to know that. A half hour too. I feel like 45 minutes is the perfect amount of time to study before taking a break. I suppose this is totally subjective though.

      I think they are very neato, even just for desktop knick-knack purposes.

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    Eloise
    8 Nov 2019
    11:11am

    Housewares? So not my thing, so my wallet is (finally) safe from a GOACA post, right? WRONG. That vase….

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