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That Rustic Look


Today’s gift guide is inspired by gift ideas with a sort of rustic, old timey look. If you’re shopping for a housewarming gift, a birthday present, a wedding or shower present, or simply treating yourself to a new item that suits your personal aesthetic, these rustic-chic gift ideas are a great way to go.

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iPad Cookbook Holder – $148 @ Lakehouse
Nothing could be more rustic than cooking by hand in your kitchen. This weathered-looking reclaimed wood tablet / cookbook holder is actually made from 19th century European buildings, adding a little history to every meal.

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S’well Blonde Wood Water Bottle – $45 @ Indigo
Not everything that looks old needs to be old. Made from stainless steel, this double-walled S’well water bottle is perfect for keeping your drinks cold or warm for hours.

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Rustic Melamine Serving Bowl – $36 @ Williams-Sonoma
Not every ‘rustic’ looking item has a neutral wood tone. Williams-Sonoma has an entire collection of shatterproof melamine dishes and serveware in fun colours like robin’s egg blue and pear green.

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Letters Mailbox – $59 @ Urban Barn
I am very charmed by the Olde English stylings of this little post box. A perfect addition to your heritage home’s exterior, especially for the newlyweds or new homeowners!

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Bottle Opener – $19 @ designhouse
It doesn’t get more rustic than this minimalist bottle opener. Crafted from wood and dipped in paint, this magnetic bottle opener uses a nail to pry open your drink without the cap skipping away, and can be kept on the fridge between uses. A great stocking stuffer!

What’s your fave rustic gift idea featured in this post peeps? Tell me in the comments below to earn an extra entry into my Mizdragonfly giveaway.

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28 Responses to “That Rustic Look”
  1. aketch says:

    The mailbox has a lot of charm!

  2. Norma says:

    i really adore the IPad cookbook holder, looks wonderfully handy!

  3. katydidit21 says:

    I love the iPad cookbook holder and the mailbox.

  4. Heather Swanson says:

    I like the mailbox

  5. katydidit21 says:

    I really like the iPad cookbook holder and the mailbox.

  6. Carol says:

    I love the iPad cookbook holder. Would be a wonderful gift too. Most of us skip the cookbook search and grab our iPad’s but don’t want to get them dirty.

  7. Jordan w says:

    That iPad holder is so dreamy!

  8. Aimee says:

    I really like the mailbox and the iPad holder. I am a subscriber

  9. Anne Derkat says:

    I would choose the serving bowl.

  10. Susan says:

    My favourite is the S’well Blonde Wood Water Bottle — attractive and functional!

  11. Lindsey says:

    Love the Swell water bottle.

  12. Joyce Curtis-Bonardi says:

    Love the ipad cookbook holder

  13. Jared says:

    The water bottle is super cool

  14. Dawn gordon says:

    I am a subscriber
    And did enter the Mizdragonfly contest

    I like mailbox and think it could even. R
    Used inside the house for letters to one
    Another

  15. Judy says:

    The rustic bowl and wood water bottle are my favourite.

  16. mcmc says:

    I like the mailbox

  17. Joan G. says:

    I like the mailbox.

  18. Mary Danieli says:

    I love the Letters Mailbox for anyone who still loves to get letters! And, who knew a melanine bowl could look like something from an archeological dig?

  19. beewbedard says:

    I love the rustic-melamine-serving-bowl

  20. I absolutely love the Letters Mailbox!

  21. Kim K says:

    I like the mailbox and the S’well water bottle.

  22. intensev5 says:

    I really like the S’well Blonde Wood Water Bottle

  23. cookie3 says:

    The rustic look is not really my thing but of all the items I like the mailbox the best.

  24. Carol Oddy says:

    My favorite is the I pad cookbook holder, very useful & sturdy.

  25. Kelly H says:

    I like the melamine serving bowl

  26. Alison K says:

    BONUS Mizdragonfly-Heart of Glass ENTRY: my fave rustic gift idea featured in this post would be the iPad Cookbook Holder – $148 @ Lakehouse.

  27. CL Chin says:

    i really like the vintage mailbox!

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