30 Home Gifts for the Design Lover In Your Life
When it comes time to shop for your interior design-obsessed friend, all you need is a bit of inspiration and a sense of direction to find the perfect gift. To help you refine your search, we've rounded up thirty hand-picked treasures from our favorite dreamy home stores and interior design mavens that anyone with luxurious taste in home goods will love.
Lotus Bud Decorative Object
These little pieces of decor look fascinating on their own, or when used as and adorable bud vase.
Wink Jacquard Pillow
Now House by Jonathan Adler
Anyone with an eye for style will appreciate this cool, mod pillow.
Capri Blue Pumpkin Scented Candle
A subtle holiday scent is the perfect complement to a cold, winter day.
Jersey Rope Ribbed Throw Blanet
Treasure & Bond
A chunky, woven blanket makes a couch all the more cozy and is just right for curling up by the fire with some cocoa.
Painted Poppies Coaster
Floral coasters make a coffee table fun while protecting the surface.
Pine Wreath with Snow Pinecones
A snowy pre-lit wreath brings the festive spirit right to your front door (no, struggling with tangle strands of lights required.)
Dauville Cake Stand
This white and gold dessert stand could make even store-bought muffins look regal.
Rattan-Wrapped Monogram Hook
These gold hooks easily add personality to any space.
Three Tulips Framed Art Print
The Colour Study
A simple, understated floral print will be flattering for decor scenes from classic to modern.
Vanatta Glass Terrarium
Place a variety of succulents and rocks, a candle, or a few strands of copper fairy lights in this geometrical vase for a nice tabletop display.
This retro looking rug adds a pop of color to a doorstep and keeps dirt and slush from coming inside.
Ripple Effect Double Old Fashioned Glasses
The ripple effect on these old fashioned glasses adds a bit of personality to everything from nightcaps to sipping water.
An aluminum watering can is the perfect accessory for the person who loves to garden, and this pretty white and gold-version is anything but rustic.
Square Stone Picture Frame
This blue marble frame would look chic when paired with plain white accents or rich wood tones.
These golden vase bookends would serves as the focal point on a plain shelf and a beautiful spot to display your blooms.
Stemless Wine Glasses
With these his and hers glasses, you can finally keep track of who's glass is whose.
Fish Tawashi Scrubbers
These charming dish scrubbers almost make chores fun—almost.
Honeycomb Plant Mister
For your friend whose thumb is more brown than green, this honeycomb mister helps them to spritz rather than drench.
Isabel Lead Crystal Ice Bucket
Upgrade your soirees with this crystal ice bucket that fills your bar with old school glamour.
Be the hostess with the mostess and look the part too in this adorably embellished apron.
With this little (yet powerful) speaker you can now play your favorite music, listen to audiobooks, or ask what the day's weather will be like while you're rushing out the door.
Lulu Bottle Opener
This might be the chicest bottle opener we've ever seen.
These dangling bells add a bit of character to a back patio or front porch.
Happy Day Dish Towel
This colorful towel spruces up your dishwasher with a bit of cheer.
Catene Green Saucer
If you're looking for something special for the tea lover in your life, this classic teacup will do the trick.
Whether you're serving from it, using it as a vase, or letting it stand alone as decor, the options on how to use this boho pitcher are nearly endless.
Kipton Cocktail Picks
Ralph Lauren Home
Ralph Lauren cocktail picks and a sleek holder for the preppiest of your friends.
Sweet Home Ceramic Votive
This charming votive puts other candle holders to shame.
These ceramic bowls are perfect for displaying fresh fruit and veggies for your garden-loving pal.
If you're going to hang a wall clack, it has to bring something to the decor, and this decorative version certainly does the trick.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.