hutch 2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Feminist Minimalist

hutch 2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Feminist Minimalist

Oh hello!


And welcome back to the second installment of our hutch 2016 Gift Guide! Introducing: Feminist Minimalist. This one's for all the girls and boys who appreciate clean lines, a modest dose of glamour, and a dash of irreverence with their wit.



Jewelry by Did I Kill The Queen: various ($20 - $40) – Affordable handmade jewelry from Lincoln, Ne. perfect for looking fabulous and still affording a Bronco Burger and an uber home. 



Sparkletini Flask: $24 – Um, it's a flask covered in gold sparkles. #everything 


Happy Habitat Throw: $160 – Designed in Kansas City, made in the USA from recycled cotton. Help your friends through the bleak midwinter with the gift of eco-friendly (stylish!) warmth.    



Amber + Smoke Candles: $28 – Concrete containers with gold foil detailing, even if they didn't smell like a dream we'd still be into them.   


Omaha Bar Poster: ($30 framed/$45 unframed) – Commissioned by us, designed by local artist Madison Lauber, commemorate your favorite Omaha hot spots and maybe find some new ones. Bonus! May also double as the ultimate pub crawl guidebook.   



Object Enthusiast: various ($22 - $62) – Seriously bewitching ceramics by a former Omaha local, now Kansas City transplant. It's impossible to own just one piece so go ahead and start their burgeoning collection now.  



Copper and Brass Barware: various ($20 - $35) – Glam up their bar cart and up their mixology game with a collection of copper Moscow Mule mugs, brass arrow stir sticks, and the chicest copper pineapple cocktail mixer you ever did see! 


East Parlor Scarf: $45 – Fight the bitter winter with panache, handwoven in Omaha. 



If you missed our first gift guide for the Lumber Jack or Jill on your list, click here. Check back soon for the third and final installment of our hutch 2016 Holiday Gift Guide. And of course, visit us in the shop to find gifts for everyone on your list, because at hutch, we're #notjustfurniture



* Photos by Emma Morem



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