You know I love travel, right? And I’m just now getting to finish my office loft with none other than a travel theme. While it’s nowhere near done, here’s a little sneak peak into my progress. I know it’s not much. Right now, I have a map on corkboard with map pins that show where we’ve traveled and my cute little sign. See, it needs a little (okay — a lot) of work.

In order to finish my project, I turned to Uncommon Goods for a few travel goods. The hardest part with shopping at Uncommon Goods is choosing what to get. They have THE coolest stuff!

I have an obsession with globes, so I seriously lusted for these cork globes. National Park lover? This looked pretty neat too!

This magnetic future map is so visually appealing – it would look good in any room. Although not necessarily decor, I thought this custom map pendant was really neat.

After much debating, I ended up with the scratch map and scratch travel journal. I am so excited to use it and show it off!

Besides travel goodies, they have a TON of awesome items. And the good people at Uncommon Goods make it so easy to find the perfect item. For example, looking for a birthday gift for your husband? Check out this gift guide. I know it’s almost September, but it’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas. Check out these unique gadgets. If you have trouble finding a gift for someone that has everything some gifts can even be personalized. Have yourself a browse; I bet you’ll find something totally different!

About Uncommon Goods:

You gotta love a company whose mission is to be environmentally friendly, socially responsible and provide a rewarding place to work. Here are a few points that I thought were cool about Uncommon Goods:

  • They give back. When I placed my order, I LOVED that $1 of my purchase went to a charity of my choosing. How often do you see that? Since they started the Better to Give Program, UncommonGoods has donated over $1,000,000!
  • Environmentally responsible. They work with their suppliers to make their products in a more socially and environmentally responsible manner. You’ll find products containing recycled components, and they don’t sell products that harm people or animals – so no leather, feathers or fur.

 

Do you have a travel wall? How do you showcase your travels? What would you get at Uncommon Goods?

Disclosure. I was provided a $50 gift card for review purposes.  As always, the opinions expressed are those of my own.