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Holiday Gift: Fabric Boxes from Modern-Twist at One Kings Lane

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Holiday Gift: Fabric Boxes from Modern-Twist at One Kings Lane

December 15, 2009

Perfect for stashing small holiday gifts: Japanese origami-inspired boxes from Modern-Twist, a San Francisco company owned by Kat Nouri, who works with local fabric designers to produce these clever boxes and catchalls. Currently on sale at One Kings Lane until December 18th, 3am EST.

N.B. New Remodelista registrants who sign-up at One Kings Lane by December 24 get an instant $10 credit and automatically qualify for a chance to win a $1,000 shopping spree from One Kings Lane.

Above: The 8-inch Large Hide Box is big enough to store a deck of cards and is covered in 100 percent cotton, handprinted fabric; $19 (down from $50).

Above: Based on a vintage Japanese design, the Three-inch Hide Box pulls open with an accordion-like effect; $29 for a set of two (down from $69).

Above: The 13-inch Pocket Pillow was inspired by a Japanese anemone box and is perfect for holding bedroom miscellany; $59 (down from $125).

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