Wyrth is a home goods store that also has a sweets bar selling ice cream and bowls of cereal.
Like most other shops on Orfus Road, this 5,000-square-foot store offers a massive retail space offering affordable pieces for the budget conscious.
Siblings Rachel and Joey Benitah opened Wyrth to fill the gap between places like West Elm and Ikea.
Here, condo-friendly stuff meet low price points, minus the stuffiness of contemporary stores or the labyrinth-like set up of the iconic blue and yellow Swedish store. Outside of the cookware, nothing here costs more than $120.
You won't find any large furniture pieces: easy-to-navigate sections range from kitchenware to home decor, meaning Wyrth is better for building on an existing foundation.
Even those who don't claim to be style savants will find the store easy to get around. If you're looking for plates and bowls, there's a whole wall flush with affordable sets, like a super on-trend stone lava 12-piece for just $98.
More than 20 options of wine glasses include a mix of higher-end brands, or boxes of four dishwasher friendly Italian Bormioli Rocco glasses that don't chip easily, for the clumsy ones.
I find this place particularly great for housewarming gifts or stocking stuffers. There's a section dedicated to pet owners (or wannabe-pet owners) with fun animal-themed stock like dog and cat salt and pepper shakers.
There are tons of fun, kitschy gadgets that could prove to be pretty useful. Herb infuser spoons, bendy cutting boards, or three-in-one avocado pitters from Joseph Joseph make for fun presents.
If you're trying your hand at hosting, head straight to the wine and cheese section. The bamboo cheese board ($33) stores all your little knives for the occasion.
Wyrth-branded soy candles are $24, with 10 different scents like eucalyptus and lavender, or citrus and coconut.
Many of the designs here are easily comparable to more expensive designs from higher-end brands. A frosted carafe ($20) or knotted cotton placemats ($12) with matching trivets ($9) could be sold for much more elsewhere.
When you're done shopping, you can head to the bar to reward yourself with a sweet treat. Cereals on deck run the full gamut of childhood flavours like Cap'n Crunch, Reese's Puffs, and Frosted Flakes.
Add-ons include crushed oreos, rainbow sprinkles, and Skor bits.
Throw in two of the above with ice cream into a special mixer for a customized vanilla ice cream swirl ($8). There's non-dairy ice cream available too for an extra $2.
Or just grab a cereal bowl; three options for $6.50.