How well do you know your city?

Maps are beautiful, but they are also fun. Introducing Puzzle Places! (Like “puzzle pieces”… that are places…). Puzzle Places are wood puzzles of your favorite cities. Each piece has the neighborhood on the underside, so it’s both fun AND educational.

We’re starting out with nine cities: Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Portland, and San Francisco. Let us know if we missed yours.


Stretch on Remodelista

We are excited to be featured for the first time on one of our favorite sites, Remodelista. Thanks for saying nice things about Stretch!



Emily is celebrating her one year anniversary with us! Emily came to us from Caravan Pacific and is the Office Manager in our Portland studio and warehouse. As you can tell from this photo, she’s a total boss.


Say hello to our little friend.

Introducing the most minimalist wall-mount and dock for your smartphone. It’s both super functional and portable!

Tiny is a minimalist wooden wall mount for your smartphone, with a slot for your charging cord. Place it at your bedside, at your entryway, or use Tiny on your desk as a simple stand.

And, for the rest of your devices—for all of your devices, we took Tiny, beefed it up, and stretched it out. Today we’re also announcing Tiny’s big brother, Stretch!

Stretch is a device rack that allows you to store and charge all of your home’s devices in one place. There are seven slots to hold your cables so you can keep everything topped off.

Tiny and Stretch. Put ‘em up.


Tickled Pink…and White

“There has been a great diversity of opinion on the subject, but the generally accepted rule is pink for the boy and blue for the girl. The reason is that pink being a more decided and stronger color is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl.”

-Ladies Home Journal, 1918

At ILOVEHANDLES, we think pink can be both for girls and for boys… just like our minimalist smartphone mount, Barnacle. Today, after a number of your requests, we’re adding two new colors to the Barnacle family, a strong pink and an uncontroversial white.

Pick your favorite colors, or buy a set!


Beyond Measure

Over two years ago, we released the Wrist Ruler, and it has since taken on a life of its own. Just look at this stylish chap, or these custom red rulers for a store in Brooklyn, or this special moment.

Today, we want to let you know about some additions to the Wrist Ruler family: Wrist Ruler is now available in black (with a brass closure) and natural!

We also created another leather tool, the Cord Protractor. First, use it as a cable keeper; open it up, and you can use it to measure angles.

We think these new products really *ahem* measure up. Enjoy!


Finishing Touches

This spring, flirt with the dark side (of our product line). Today we are launching new finishes for two of our wood products.

Smorgas, our wooden magnetic bulletin board, is now available in black, and it’s pretty sleek. As always, you can buy Smorgas as a set, or you can buy the pieces individually. (The black magnetic accessories look particularly great on the fridge.)

We also gave Keep Track a new finish. If you have darker wood in your home, this will be a sophisticated addition to your entryway or home office.


New Year, New Product

Keep Track is a coat rack and shelving system. It’s wall-mounted and adjustable. Metal pieces slide into and along a track in a solid block of alder wood. The smaller metal piece creates a hook, while the larger piece can be used in two different ways. Insert it one way, and it’s a small shelf for sunglasses or a phone; flip it around, and it’s a mail holder.

Configure Keep Track to fit your needs at an entryway, a desk, or wherever it fits in your home. We hope it will help you *ahem* keep track of your daily items.


Rich and Avik Featured on Uncommon Goods

There is a lot of stuff out there in the world, so it’s flattering when our products are featured on websites that we follow and love. It’s even nicer when they take extra time to dig deeper and interview us. We were happy to see Uncommon Goods blog about us and what makes us do what we do. Thanks, Marisa!