Shopping for hardware necessities the other day atNew York City’shautest hardware place, Gracious Home,I got sidetracked by a not-totally-needful yet extremely cuteitem I just had to share with you.
It’s the dog bone photo frame by popular product designer Michael Aram, and I think it makes a picture-perfect holiday gift for Dogsters.
The whimsical latticework of dog bones â€” made of shiny nickel-plated steel â€” goes with any style of home or office decor, and is a truly festive, decorativeaccessory to have around. Whatmore stylishway to celebrateyear-round unconditional love for your adopted shelter dog?
The frame measures 6.5 inches square and accommodates a 3-inch-square photograph.The retail price is $59.
It’s part of Aram’s “Flights of Fancy” collection, which, the designer explains, “takes its inspiration from the imagery that floats around classic storytelling.” What’s more, it’s naughty and nice, to wit:
“The Dog bone frame is a fun piece, celebrating my love for my dog, but alsoall dogs’love for dragging a scrumptious bone around the house after a holiday meal, looking impishly likethey’ve just won the lottery!” Aram adds. “It’s a little jewel that beautifully represents the love we have for these members of the family and the joy they bring into our lives.”
Amen to that! Get the photo frame here.
Dogsters, have you been good aboutgetting your holiday shopping done before Mercury goes retrograde on November 24? Please share tips and hot finds in the comments!