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Lost Crates: Gifts to Go

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Lost Crates: Gifts to Go

Remodelista Team April 13, 2012

Searching for gift ideas for the soon-to-be graduate in your life (or anyone else, for that matter)?

Here's an idea: Lost Crates is a subscription service that delivers design-minded goods like kitchen wares and stationery directly to the recipient's door. Like a CSA box for design aficionados, Lost Crates can be sent monthly or quarterly, and themes like Eco, Foodie, and Housewares ensure you'll find a crate to please even the most choosy person on your list. Ideas for new graduates include the stylish Letterpress Desk Calendar (perfect for the college freshman) or a chic Coffee Maker (for students burning the midnight oil). Prices are reasonable, starting at $20 for Petite Stationery Crate, and goods are also available a la carte.

N.B. Lost Crates is offering $10 to the first 100 Remodelista readers who order a crate by subscribing and using the code REMOD10.

Above: A gift for the whiskey enthusiast, Teroforma's soapstone Whiskey Stones are $20 and part of the Housewares Crate.

Above: A minimal Roll Pen Case from Delfonics in Japan in orange (shown), beige, and gray; $23 and part of the Stationery Crate.

Above: Great for setting an outdoor table, the Concrete Tea Lights are $13.50 for a set of two and part of the Housewares Crate.

Above: The Leuchtturum 1917 Pastel Notebook is available in five different colors (shown here is cornflower) for $13 each.

Above: The Brooklyn Slate Cheese Board is hand cut in New York and is part of the Foodie Crate; $24.

Product Summary  

Bar & Wine Accessories

Whisky Stones

$20.00 USD from Lost Crates

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