Spring 2010
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Bernabei Freeman fragment trays are reminiscent of vintage lace and are a modern take on the crocheted or embroidered doilies traditionally used when serving tea. Aluminum tray with polyurethane bump feet. Available in two sizes—small (12.6″ x 9.3″ x 2.2.”) and large (23″ x 12.6″ x 2.2″).


Present by Design

“Hip + Mighty” clothespin magnets work for the home or office. Each holds up to 20 sheets of paper. Handmade in the USA with Japanese papers.


imm Living

These stacking, porcelain coffee cups are a modern interpretation of an early Native American tradition. Totem poles are monumental sculptures of the Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Available as a set of four.


Mind to Mind

The Define Time collection designed by Mary Janninck includes 24 monogram clocks. The pieces have a wood-grain, hand-carved texture. Each clock features a monogram initial and a positive affirmation such as “Creative,” “Fabulous,” etc.



Contemporary spin on cat litter boxes. Has a reusable and environmentally friendly litter liner. Swivel-top lid and rounded scoop complete the look. Available in five glossy colors and made of ABS plastic.


Dayna Decker

The Botanika natural collection includes new Essence body crème, body buffer and soak. Products are packaged in modern green glass with a sculpted wood top. Free of parabens, synthetic colors and other harmful chemicals. The body buffer won Extract’s Best New Product award in the Bath and Body category.


Hello Hanna

With the Get-Set placemat, kids can customize a ‘pop-up’ character with stickers. Each set comes with eight placemats and eight sticker sheets. Three whimsical designs—including Hello Me, Hello Jungle and Hello Robot—to choose from.


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