Jayson Home Capsule Collection
I miss Jayson Home now that their pop up shops are gone but luckily for all of us, you can shop their wares online. This year, Jayson Home has launched a holiday Capsule Collection of globally sourced gifts that are all personal favorites of the Chicago home emporium’s well-traveled buyers, Caroline Scheeler and Devin Kirk. The carefully curated selections include travel accessories, elevated pantry staples, chic apparel, and apothecary products. Some are exclusive while others are small batch, collaboration, and local choices that are perfect for everyone on your gift list.
Above: Leather Toolbox and Dartboard (Vintage Deco Car Box currently sold out)
Yestadt Millinery Peaks Hat in Camel – “I have been a fan of Molly Yestadt’s designs for years, so I was absolutely thrilled when she agreed to sell her hats with JH! She has collaborated with some of the brightest and best makers around and we’re so lucky to carry a few of her classic designs— including the timeless Peaks Hat. Made from camel-colored fur felt, this fedora-cowboy hybrid is timeless, chic and sure to make a statement for years to come.” – Caroline
Ed. Note: Looks like a great hat to wear in Montana. Book a trip for someone special and tuck the ticket into the brim.
J. Stark Tremont Wine Tote, JH Stock Mfg.Co African Indigo Pot Holder and Oven Mitt, Arrowhead Farms Hellfire Bloody Mary Mix, and Bike a Bee Honey.
Ed. Note: All together, these would make a great host/hostess gift during the holidays.
Les Indiennes Bandannas – “I am obsessed with Indian prints and these bandannas are no exception. From the New York-based boutique Les Indiennes, these gorgeous fabrics are made in India from super-soft organic cotton, patterned using hand-carved teak blocks and natural dyes— an ancient method known as kalamkari. So much more than your average bandanna, tie it around your neck or use it as a head cover and you’ll look the part of someone who’s been around, à la nomad chic.” – Caroline
Ed. Note: These would also make very chic napkins.
Mayana Fleur de Sel Chocolates, Nasomatto Fragrance, Le Box Minaudiere, and Victrola Bluetooth Speaker.
Ed. Note: The larger box of chocolates would be great to have on hand for last minute gifts or give them along with a cash present. The small box would make a great stocking stuffer.
Snakeskin Minaudieres – “These lovelies are either the coolest statement bag you could carry at your holiday parties or a super chic makeup bag to toss in your everyday tote. Made from real snakeskin, they come to us from the indomitable Inge Christopher— a husband and wife design team that crafts the most magnificent clutches and evening bags, often carried by the who’s who of stylish celebrities. In bleu, persimmon and graphite, good luck picking a favorite! ” – Caroline
Bellocq Tea Collection – “I love the quiet ritual of tea. And there’s nothing more perfect for that moment of luxury, tranquility and pleasure than the teas from Brooklyn’s Bellocq Tea Atelier. Carefully selected from high elevation gardens around the world, they create the most beautiful, nostalgia-inducing loose leaf blends that make every sip transportive and exquisite. For my collection, I’ve chosen their Belloqc Breakfast, Gypsy Caravan, Smokey Earl, Canyon Chai, White Wolf and the Moroccan-inspired Majorelle Mint.” – Caroline
Ed Note: Pair the tea collection with the Shiki Tea Pot for the perfect gift.
Leather Toolbox – “My husband got me this very toolbox for Christmas a few years ago. He said a good toolbox is something every dad should have and, well, it’s hard to imagine a better one. Handmade one by one in Brooklyn, I can tell you from experience that it will get better with time and will put a smile on your face every time you have a chore to do. To make this gift all the more special, we’re offering the option to add a hand-painted monogram. Pretty handy for the dad on your shopping list.” – Devin
Ed Note: Including a set of tools along with the toolbox makes it a great gift for a new homeowner or anyone with an fixer upper.