Timeless (adj.): 1. Independent of time; eternal. 2. Unaffected by time; ageless.
We think timeless, in our case, conveys something that is simply enjoyed each time a person experiences the thing; something that is durable; something that takes the cares of the world away momentarily (causes one to transcend their concerns and worries if but for a moment).
Today’s post is a collection of timeless household items that we’ve discovered over the years. You’re probably familiar with most of them, but hopefully there are a few unknown gems in here for you. Although these items can be pricey, you’ll pass them down to your grandchildren – which is pretty cost effective.
Wishbone Chair designed by Hans J. Wegner
Amadana LC-104 Calculator Despite the fact that we have calculators on our desktops, laptops and iPhones, when we need to crunch the numbers we still reach for our solar powered pocket calculators.
Akari paper lamps 7A & XP1 designed by Isamu Noguchi
Opinel No 02 folding knife and Laguiole knife & wine opener
Iittala Aarne tumblers and cocktail glasses designed by Göran Hongell
PK22 Chair designed by Poul Kjaerholm
Vase designed by Alvar Alto
Mondaine A990 Swiss Railway Clock designed by Hans Hilfiker
Bertoia Wire Chair (1952) designed by Harry Bertoia
Bialetti Italian stovetop espresso maker
Alessi also makes a very timeless modern update designed by Piero Lissoni
Folding Chair designed by Hans J. Wegner
Nelson Bench designed by George Nelson
Artemide Tolomeo Task Lamp designed by Michele De Lucchi, Giancarlo Fassina
Stelton Classic Jug designed by Arne Jacobsen
NE60 Stacking Stool designed by Alvar Alto
PH5 Lamp designed by Poul Henningsen
Le Creuset enamel cast iron French Oven and Braiser
SPD Kerf Bench by Special Projects Division
Serving utensils designed by Carl Mertens
…hit that comments button and let us know of your timeless favorites…