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Gift Guide: Hugo Guinness Catchall

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Hugo Guinness Ceramic Catchall ($29)

Little dishes and catchalls are all the rage right now.  Ladies can use ceramic dishes like this one to organize jewelry, small trinkets, or their makeup.  For gentlemen, a leather catchall can be used to hold keys, pocket litter, or bedside essentials.

J.Crew has a nice selection of minimalist dishes, trays, and decorative storage boxes.  The “masterpiece” dish above is my favorite.  Anthropologie is another great place to find trinket dishes; I especially like this Polpo dish because it’s perfect for storing my many rings.  I also love this West Elm catchall with a Cupid-approved arrow design.  And don’t miss this affordable lidded dish from H&M with a gold honeycomb pattern.

Need something suitable for a gentleman?  Mark & Graham is a great place to start, as is Pottery Barn.  The Container Store also has some nice wood trays in whitewash or a rustic finish.

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    5 comments

  1. Kaitlyn H says:

    Love this suggestion – however, I would say to save your money and go to a flea market, antique store, or thrift store. I have gotten gorgeous pieces for $1-$5 at thrift stores.

    December 9, 2014/Reply
    • Cait says:

      I second the thrift store/flea market/antique store suggestion! You can find adorable plates, saucers, and dishes that are marked way down because they’re missing the rest of the set, but are still awesome pieces!

      December 10, 2014/Reply
  2. FactJack says:

    Personally, I like ice cream served in really little dishes. Not sure if these are food safe.

    December 10, 2014/Reply
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    December 10, 2014/Reply
  4. jossta says:

    ” The “masterpiece” dish above is my favorite”
    I disagree that:
    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/11/21/multimedia/2016-holiday-gift-guide-home.html

    December 15, 2017/Reply