Galaxus Finds: things I don’t want to do without – part 2
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Galaxus Finds: things I don’t want to do without – part 2

Pia Seidel
8.3.2024
Pictures: Pia Seidel
Translation: Eva Francis

TikTok is full of Muji, Ikea or Amazon Finds at the moment. I own some of them, but I got them from Galaxus instead. So it’s about time to start a new series – Galaxus Finds. Here are some of my favourites from our range.

This magnetic hook designed by Franken is a simple but effective addition to any home, especially a rented flat. It can be attached to many things without requiring any installation work. I have my eyelash curler or a towel, for instance, at hand exactly where I need them. Thanks to the magical magnetic power of the hook and its load capacity of up to 10 kg, I could hang a whole bag of potatoes on it, if I wanted.

Franken Hook Magnet (1 Piece)
Quantity discount
2.60 CHF per piece for 4 units

Franken Hook Magnet

1 Piece

Franken Hook Magnet (1 Piece)
Magnets
Quantity discount
2.60 CHF per piece for 4 units

Franken Hook Magnet

1 Piece

Podium for small bottles and jars

What I like about the three-tier shelf from iDesign’s Linus series is that I can see and easily reach everything that’s on it. It also fits perfectly into my kitchen cupboard because the steps can be pulled in or out horizontally. The raised outer edges ensure that bottles and jars don’t fall off.

The small three-tier shelf from the Linus series by iDesign stages spices, vitamin jars or medicine bottles.
The small three-tier shelf from the Linus series by iDesign stages spices, vitamin jars or medicine bottles.
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Rotating round rack

This rotating storage solution is also part of iDesign’s Linus series. I like it for two reasons: I feel like a DJ when I use it and it keeps my kitchen accessories tidy. Whether oil bottles or spices, this rotating round rack keeps everything neatly organised. It would also work well in a fridge.

Minimalist metal shelf

The Gallery Shelf by Mette Dittmer is so simple that I can pour all my creativity into it. And I could add a towel rail, toilet roll holder or hooks in the same style, all part of the Carry collection. On top of this cool extra, it’s robust and made of waterproof, powder-coated metal.

The Gallery Shelf by Mette Dittmer is great for perfumes, picture frames or small plants.
The Gallery Shelf by Mette Dittmer is great for perfumes, picture frames or small plants.
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Best ice cube tray ever

I used to think finding a good ice cube tray was easy. I was wrong. In fact, I made a few bad purchases before I discovered this silicone mould by Bitz. It doesn’t have a flashy colour like others, produces exactly the right size of ice cubes for my favourite drinks and makes it easy to remove the ice cubes thanks to its flexible material.

Playful storage

Baskets like this one named Chess are my key to a tidy home. The best thing about it? It’s functional and decorative. I can put it on the floor, hang it on the wall thanks to the handle and even use it as a laundry basket if I want, as it’s made of coated cotton.

The chessboard pattern gives the Chess basket a particularly stylish appearance.
The chessboard pattern gives the Chess basket a particularly stylish appearance.
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Handy desk stand

Three years ago, I bought a height-adjustable desk attachment by Upstaa. This exact one’s no longer available on our shop, so I’m recommending a very similar bamboo stand by Relaxdays instead. Just like mine, it transforms a regular desk into a standing desk, switching up your everyday office life. The desk stand features two shelves for a laptop or monitor and a keyboard.

Multifunctional furniture

I like to keep things simple and tidy, so I go with two-in-one furniture whenever I can. The Isola design piece by Ferm Living is a good example. A table and storage box in one, it offers storage space for personal belongings. I really like its soft silhouette and warm material.

I store small items in the Isola storage table designed by Ferm Living.
I store small items in the Isola storage table designed by Ferm Living.
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