Hot Northwest Products to Add to Your Wish List

written by Lindsay McWilliams | featured photo courtesy of North Drinkware

Plush PNW

Three Bad Seeds, headed by designer and seamstress Amanda Weiss, creates cozy throw pillows in the shape of classic Pacific Northwest symbols. Current designs include the Three Sisters mountains, evergreen trees, otters and beavers—each clothed in wool fabrics from Pendleton Woolen Mills.

Threebadseeds.com

North Drinkware

Dream of Mt. Hood while you sip a brew with North Drinkware’s Oregon Pint. A classic glass pint is made revolutionary by molding the shape of Oregon’s tallest mountain into the bottom of the glass. This handblown drinkware is best paired with an amber ale or IPA that highlights the form of our beloved Wy’east.

northdrinkware.com

Bearded Oregon

Perhaps there is nothing more Oregon than beard oil infused with coffee, beer, red wine or tea. Tame your beast of a beard and keep your skin moisturized with five Oregon-themed types of Bearded Oregon beard oil, made in Salem.

beardedoregon.com

Homesick for Oregon?

We all know someone who misses Oregon. Now you can comfort that person in the form of a candle that smells like the land they long for, with notes of pine tree, hazelnut and pear.

homesickcandles.com

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