Every year I love to focus on my favorite things for my holiday gift guides. There’s no way I’m going to have you shop for items that I’ve never tried or don’t love, obviously! These are my favorite things in home and tech!
I think ceramics are a super easy gift for most people on your shopping list: bff, mom, boss, partner. Everyone can use some luxe mugs or unique vases for decorating the home.
- These Hawkins New York Ceramic Mugs are an elevated take on the holiday mug. They come in several colors and the classic design mean you or the gift recipient will be using them for years to come. [$73 s/4]
- I like to collect vintage Ikebana vases and this circular ceramic vase is reminiscent of the super minimalist style. [$60]
- This coil fruit bowl is super cool in addition to being practical. I love the terra-cotta color and it’ll make the perfect gift for the neutral maven. [$108]
- I’m really feeling yellow right now and I love this bright and cheery bowl from Strom Collection, which would work well for air plants or fruits. [$60]
- Ohh I’m really feeling this Japanese Matte Black Vase. It’s understated and so sexy. [$46.50]
- These sunny mugs are a great option if you’re looking to spend less than $20 on a gift. [$19.80 s/4]
I have to admit the number 1 tech item on my list is the Samsung Art TV. Thankfully Alan loves it too, but we still need to pull the trigger because it’s priceyyyy.
- This USB Rechargeable Lighter is definitely a “nice to have” but it’s a perfect gift for the person who has everything. Plus it’s a more eco option to traditional lighters. [$30]
- The CATCH:3 by Courant is a super sexy catch all plus phone charger in one. It’s something I wouldn’t mind having out when I’m shooting our room. [$175]
- We have the Sonos speakers throughout our house and although they are a splurge they are well worth it if you love listening to music, entertain regularly and want to customize music per music. To complete our sound system, we’re saving up for the Sonos Arc! [$799]
- The Lovebox Messenger is a super cute gift for family that may live far away. I think it would be a great gift for grandparent so your child can send photos and sweet messages regularly. [$120]
- Diffusers are all the rage and if you’re into oil but not “oily”, consider the Vitruvi Stone Diffuser. [$119]
- Since we’re spending all our time at home, elevate your coffee or tea with an Electric Pour Over Kettle. [$149]
Anyone else buy tons of home decor items as gifts for themselves? Glad I’m not alone!
- You know I’m obsessed with House of Hackey and the Saber Pillow is a cheaper option than the wallpaper that I’ve been eyeing for 3+ years! [$312]
- I just purchased this Cloche with Matches since it’s beautiful and practical. I can leave it out since it’s attractive, plus the match sticks are longer so I can light several candles at once. [$29]
- I think Pendleton Parks Blankets are a holiday must-have regardless of your aesthetic. They are super warm and deliver all the cozy vibes – we have the Grand Canyon one and love it. [$269]
- I love attractive storage option and this handmade basket fits the bill. It also helps support women in Cambodia. [$44]
- This Abstract Throw kept popping up on my Instagram and Facebook as an ad and I was totally influenced to share it because it looks so beautiful. [$365]
- Coffee anyone? This Stoneware Container with Spoon makes a great gift (just add your fave coffee beans)! [$16]