Twelve Chairs proprietors Miggy Mason and Roisin Giese have married design and diligence so seamlessly, you forget their Fort Point boutique has an eco edge. Spend an afternoon browsing the cozy sanctuary for home decor that’s easy on the eyes and planet.
Jenna Rose Bike Pillow Cover, $52
Freewheeling sis never lets up about her two-wheeling ways. Pay homage to her cycling (and sparse living sitch) with a hand-drawn bike printed on cotton-linen fabric, available with an all-natural kapok insert ($32).
In2Green Moroccan Eggplant Blanket, $130
Your patient-as-Job dog sitter didn’t blink when Puddle ripped apart his comforter. Repent with a richly colored, recycled cotton throw, which can be tossed in the wash after a weekend with the pooch.
Rifle Paper Company Heirloom Recipe Card Box, $125
Grandma knows a lifetime of kitchen techniques. Help her gather her ideas in a home-cooking hope chest, handcrafted from salvaged hardwood and screen-printed with retro decoration.
Oh, Little Rabbit Produce Bags, $26 for a set of three
Pair your vegan pal with a proper veggie carryall. The organic cotton drawstring sacks are adorned with charming mason jars or weather vanes. She’ll be the talk of the farmers market.
Petit Collage Framed Alphabet Print, $100
You can already tell your niece is destined for a life in letters. Give her future love of language an artsy kick with a colorful, illustrated nursery hanging, printed with soy ink on recycled paper.
Twelve Chairs, 319 A Street, Fort Point (617-701-3496 or twelvechairsboston.com).
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