If I had more money, it would be spent SO well. While I know it’s super tempting (and also a necessary evil) to be a part of the hordes rushing to the big box stores for the holidays, it can often feel so clinical and nerve-wracking to say the least. To get a gift that’s really special, I suggest you visit some smaller businesses to find that special something. One such shop here in the A would be Ponce Living by Tracery Interiors.

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tracery-interior-design-ponce-pop-up-7aI stopped into this little holiday pop-up since it was so conveniently located next to one of my favorite coffee roasters and found a little treasure trove of delights. Yes, it’s pretty unlikely you’ll buy a chair or a mirror as a holiday present… but they also have some really unique smaller items as well! Take these vintage globes or these silver deer hooks for example.

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And can you handle little porcelain paper weights?! Because I couldn’t. I was obsessed. They were actually affordable and I’m very sad I didn’t pick them up. Perhaps a return trip is in order….

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tracery-interior-design-ponce-pop-up-5aThis place is simply lovely and the awesomeness doesn’t stop there. How about here or here?… I think you get the gist. The thing is, I don’t see the holidays as a time to save. I see it as a time to splurge on meaningful tokens for the ones you love. Even if it takes a little more time and research, giving a gift from an unexpected origin is so worth it.

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