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June 8, 2021
Get Marked Down Smeg Appliances and More During Verishop’s Birthday Sale
You’ll find terrazzo coasters. fluffy towels, and other home needs discounted until July 23
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Online retailer Verishop is a favorite online retailer among the Infatuation staff when it comes to shopping for everything from kitchen appliances like blenders and stand mixers, to linens, dinnerware, and glasses for entertaining (as well as tons of designer clothes and accessories, but you probably already knew that).

This week Verishop is celebrating their second birthday with their Veri-Best Sale, where you can find tons of deals from brands like mid century aesthetic-favorite Smeg, Hawkins New York, and W&P Design. To make things easier for you, we’ve collected all the best deals you’ll want to take advantage of, from some stylish outdoor lights that’ll make your yard or balcony the spot of the summer to a sleek toaster that’s currently $30 off. The sale runs until June 23rd but you’ll want to grab your faves before they sell out.

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A Perfectly Retro Toaster

We promised some Smeg appliances on this list and we’re going to deliver. Grab this Smeg Toaster and save more than $30.

Get Smeg 2-Slice Toaster ($136, was $170) →

Some Cute Outdoor Lights

If you’re lucky enough to have an outdoor space this summer, spruce up your lighting situation with these Edison-style LED lights.

Get Brighttech Globe String Lights ($45, was $60)→

A Smeg Electric Kettle

Give your kitchen a stylish retro feel with this Smeg Electric Kettle that can be used to make everything from tea to a great packet of instant noodles.

Get Smeg Electric Kettle ($128, was $160)→

The Instagram-worthy Porter Bowl

For when you’re back in the office, give your work lunch an instant upgrade by using this minimalist Porter bowl that lets your desk meals feel special, even if it’s just repackaged take out.

Get W&P Porter Bowl ($19, was $25)→

One of Our Fave Hand Towels

We love Hawkins New York’s towels because they’re both luxuriously fluffy and absorbent. Pro tip: grab some of their hand towels to spruce up your bathroom for when your guests wash their hands.

Get Hawkins New York Space Dye Terry Hand Towel ($14, was $18)→

Some Fun Geometric Coasters

These triangular coasters can be pushed together to form a large trivet or a simple terrazzo centerpiece for your coffee table. Plus, they’re a low commitment way to incorporate the design trend into your home while protecting your furniture’s surfaces.

Get Capra Designs Terrazzo Coasters ($52, was $65)→

This SodaStream Alternative

This Drinkmate carbonator bundle allows you to enjoy endless refreshing seltzer and soda water all summer long, and comes with an additional bottle so you can have two different carbonated drinks at the same time. Drinkmate’s soda maker works almost identically to the more pervasive SodaStream, but does take up slightly less counter space if you’re looking to maximize every inch of a smaller kitchen.

Get Drinkmate Special Bundle ($128, was $160)→

A Reusable Snack Bag

Using a reusable silicone bag for snacks or sandwiches on-the-go is one of the easiest ways to reduce single-use plastic waste in your routine. W&P’s Porter bags have a slightly wider base for easy loading or snacking, and are dishwasher safe for an easier clean up.

Get W&P Porter Bag, 34 oz ($9, was $12)→

This Jetsons-Esque Non-Stick Pot

Smeg’s 10-inch non-stick casserole pan perfectly exemplifies mid century modern design and is surprisingly versatile. The high walls are great for cooking large batches of stews or soups and can minimize mess from frying ingredients. Also, the pot and glass lid are oven safe up to 482 degrees so you can pop that beef bourguignon in without fear.

Get Smeg 10-inch Casserole Pan ($192, was $240)→

A Fun Planter

If your quarantine plants haven’t died yet, maybe it’s time to give them a nice handcrafted pot to call home. This planter from Capra Designs Etch Pot is simple without being boring, and even has a built-in tray for proper drainage.

Get Capra Designs Etch Pot ($55, was $69)→

A Nice Hand Soap

If you’re looking for a hand soap that’s pretty enough to put out for guests but also works as a not-terrible-for-you face wash in a pinch, this Jack Henry cleanser is also currently on sale.

Get Jack Henry Cleanse + ($32, was $38)→

A Calming Aroma Diffuser

Objecto’s A2 diffuser will help any space feel cozy with its warm ambient light and elegant design that seamlessly blends in with your existing decor. It uses essential oils to subtly scent your room (and increases the overall humidity), and automatically shuts off when the tank is empty, so you don’t risk burning out or overworking the unit.

Get Objecto A2 Aroma Diffuser ($52, was $70)→

A Timeless Flatware Set

This flatware set from Weissestal is designed and made in Italy using stainless steel for maximum shine and durability. We like the shiny silver finish for a timeless look, but this set also comes in a variety of vintage, matte, and gold finishes if you want to mix things up.

Get Weissestal Stainless Steel Flatware Set ($32, was $45) →

A Gorgeous Amber Vase

The balloon-esque design of this hand-blown glass vase was inspired by the iconic ferris wheel inside Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens. It’ll look great with a few eucalyptus branches or on its own on your bookcase.

Get Normann Copenhagen Balloon Vase, Caramel ($57, was $82)→

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