Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Mothers day is approaching this weekend and our team at 6ixthsensela has your back! As always, we have compiled our top 5 list of hot items that you could gift.

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1. Gillette Mug

Designed by Jonathan Adler, a New York based designer, the Giulette mug is a fine porcelain cup with a woman’s face carved on both sides of the cup. Finished with sheer glazed gloss, the cup is dishwasher and microwave safe - a great addition to your mom’s coffee cup rotation.


2. Culti Stile Diffuser 

Encased in a matte finished glass bottle with ivory colored labels and cap in natural maple wood, the diffusers come in multiple scents that evoke purity and elegance through its rattan sticks. Not only, are these diffusers visually pleasing to look at in any new house environment, the scents are delicate and also guaranteed to last a long period of time.


3. Ichendorf Bouquet Clear Optic Vase

Designed by an Italian / Japanese design studio, Mist-o, in collaboration with Ichendorf Milano, the clear glass bouquet creates a bond between empathy and design. Handmade and lamp-worked by skilled craftsmen, the vase is aesthetically pleasing to look at just as it is.


4. Octaevo Siena Pink Paper Vase

Designed with shades of pink and gold accents, this handmade paper vase takes you on a voyage around the Mediterranean. Produced out of special waterproof paper, it is a tribute to the ancient and sophisticated art of ceramics. Use this eye-catching vase to adorn your desk or dining table, or as a thoughtful and original gift. Let your imagination bloom.


5. Dior catalouge by Mats Gustafso


Infused with a sophisticated charm, Gustafson’s vibrant watercolors and collages thoroughly capture Dior’s glamorous world, including its haute couture masterpieces, recent contemporary ready-to-wear creations, and celebrated accessories—while echoing the same sense of chic that the house has cultivated for seventy years. A must-have for aspiring illustrators, artists, and fashion aficionados alike, this magnificent tome is, above all, an illustrated ode to the enduring allure of Dior.