Currently Looking For - A Coin Bank

I keep having a lot of coins. That's because I always stress out when it's time to pay, worried by the fact that I could take too much time looking for my change and everyone in the line would hate me for being so slow. Yes, I have to admit it : I'm a worrier.

When I started looking for a coin bank, I soon realized that a nice one is not easy to find. So, in case you ever need one too, I thought I'd share the results of my treasure hunt. What do you think? Do you like some of them? I personally like all of them, but I find them a bit expansive - isn't that ironic?

Creative - Ceramic Piggy Bank - Handmade by ArtMind - $53

- The Duell Saving Bank ($50) turns saving into a game by throwing a little competition into the mix!

Piggy Bank Fritz ($68) is equipped with a paper clip for you to add on your personalized savings goal! It is designed and made by Side by Side, a collaboration between young designers and workshops for the disabled.

- Drop Bank ($44) is designed by a portuguese designer and made of glazed ceramic.

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day!


  1. Great finds! Thanks for adding my piggybank! Sweet! :)

  2. I LOVE that first one! The ceramic one! I actually have half of a coconut shell that I use to put my spare change. In case I ever need any when I go out

  3. The duel saving one is so damn cute....

  4. I have a flocked, bright yellow, bunny rabbit piggy bank. My prized possession :)

  5. I have a nice retro coin bank listed in my Etsy shop!

  6. Truly beautiful pictures - and I think I just found a perfect birthday present for my niece! Thanks a lot!

  7. Thank you all for your comments!

    @Justina : Great idea, coconut shells are so pretty!
    @Indie Thrifter : Haha, I can imagine!
    @Linda : Oh, I'm so glad this helped you find a present for your niece! Yay!

  8. Susie Q7/03/2011

    I use a metal vase that sits in my foyer on a table that has photos in frames around it. Its a pretty vase from restoration hardware so it always looks nice, its dark so you cant see in it, its easy to take to the bank to the coin machine and empty since it just pours out, and when everyone walks in the door they can just drop their change instead of me finding it all over the house... ok, I still find it all over the house!

  9. Haha, yeah, the duell savings one looks nice. Seeing it move around with change would be pretty fun. You'd probably hear the coins shaking around inside that bank.