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“Inspired by traditional Native American tapestries depicting mountains and timelines, these one-of-a-kind masterpieces suggest impeccable style and grace. They’re made 1in the U.S., and each one is as unique as its predecessors.”



Multi Lightning Strikes by Native Line, $595 at Totokaelo Art Object, Seattle,

Brandy Brown Creative director and founder of Marabou Design, Seattle,

As an artist and event stylist, Brown lends a fun yet sophisticated style to everything she touches. Her handcrafted prints and party décor, as well as new giftwrap, tags, and notepads, are designed, she says, for the “modern family and their extraordinary friends.”

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2. “Wash your fruit and have a gorgeous display all in one piece! This colander–bowl combo is an ideal gift for anyone on your list.” Fruit Bowl and Colander by Alessi, $255 at Chartreuse Modern, Seattle,

Portrait by Redstone Pictures

3. “Mac of the Month Club members receive a pack of 25 different flavors of Lady Yum’s macarons. That’s plenty of goodness to share with family, coworkers, or friends.”


Macaron of the Month Club, $130 for three months at Lady Yum, Kirkland,



4. “E. Smith Mercantile is a must-see, -taste, and -shop destination nestled in the heart of Pioneer Square. They use only use the highest quality-ingredients for their handmade line of vegan body care and fragrances. It smells as good as it is for you! “ Essentials Package, $48 at E. Smith Mercantile, Seattle, 5. “I love the clean lines and luxurious fabric of this velvet sofa. I have my heart set on the Vance Emerald fabric!” Murphy Sofa in Vance Emerald, $1,399 at Room and Board, Seattle, 6. “I designed this updated version of the Periodic Table


of Elements to inspire viewers to see the beauty in nature and science. It makes a perfect gift for kids, teens, and adults alike.”

Elemental art print by Brandy Brown for Marabou Design, from $28 at Minted,


7. “Wade was established in 1810, and its mortar and



“I want this clutch in every color! The design, quality, and versatility are simply brilliant, and the matching accessories are an added bonus.”

Prima Clutch by Matine, $104 at Moorea Seal, Seattle,

pestle proves that good design and quality materials never go out of style.” Milton Brook Mortar and Pestle by Wade Ceramics, $220 for the set at Butter Home, Seattle, 8. “This classic mason canvas bag was made in the U.S.

and crafted using heritage leather and Army duck fabric. My husband would love this gift just as much as I would.”

Leather Mason Courier Bag by Apolis and Heritage Leather, $228 at Glasswing, Seattle, h

GRAY No. 19  

The DESIGN MAGAZINE for the Pacific Northwest. GRAY spotlights the most innovative and inspiring design from interiors and architecture to f...

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