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What’s on your Christmas gift list? I’m sharing what tops my own—from mod furnishings to fun retro-inspired treasures. My hope is that these unexpected finds inspire you to find that special something for your loved ones. Here’s to a season of gifting with a mod twist!
Instant gratification with retro style—what’s not to love?
Atomic Ranch curates the best of Mid Century Modern Design to share with our readers. Some of the products you’ll see featured in this story are affiliate links, which means that if you click through and make a purchase, AR will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.Courtesy of Amazon
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No Christmas wish list is complete without a little something vintage. If you follow me on Instagram, you might remember that this brass cactus has eluded me for some time. While I’ve dreamed of finding it at a thrift store once more, my desire for it to grace my desk has now surpassed my patience for a thrift store score.
Courtesy of MajasVintageGoodies
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Trust me, I am all for vintage sofas. But these days mine is far less comfortable than it once was. Enter the Lewis Sofa—it’s basically the modern version of my retro sofa. Think Santa has room in his sleigh?
Lewis Sofa, $1,849Courtesy of Joybird
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This inconspicuous yet mod diffuser would be perfect for my office bookshelves, and the soft grey hue goes perfectly with my habit of diffusing lavender essential oil while working.Courtesy of Ellia
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What’s a Christmas gift list without a little glisten? Plus, these handmade beauties are inspired by Greek architecture and handmade in Columbis, Ohio.
The Athens Earrings, $60Courtesy of Moorea Seal
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Fun fact: I much prefer taking notes and writing my daily to-do list by hand. Pretty journals are a staple on my Christmas gift list—both for giving and receiving. These mod monogramed cuties are just too good to pass up!
Monogram Journal, $18Courtesy of Anthropologie
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To say that I’ve been excited for the Hay x Sonos collaboration is an understatement. Home speakers can be a bit of an eyesore, but these petite speakers will look right at home on the mantle or bookcase. Plus, I’m a sucker for that green.
Hay Sonos One, $229Courtesy of Hay
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As you can see, brass objects have a special place in my heart. They are the perfect accent when styling a coffee table or dresser and they bring a touch of retro whimsy.
Brass butterfly, $35Courtesy of Horchow