Who doesn’t love a thoughtfully picked out gift for their home? Christmas is a great opportunity to give some homewares gifts that can be enjoyed for many years to come. Check out some of our top picks to get you started…
Elevate your vino gifting with the Eva Solo Decanter Carafe; an elegant combination of mouthblown glass and stainless steel, this is a useful addition to any wine lover’s home. Wine is aerated as it is poured from the bottle through the unique perforated funnel, and cascades down the inside curved glass of the decanter. Not just visually entertaining, this process oxygenates your wine, helping unlock the true taste and aroma intended by the winemaker.
Inspired by the crisp white bedding you find in hotel rooms, the IN BED cotton range is a great way to refresh a bedroom. The 400 thread count percale cotton features a close weave, which means they’re light and breathable; ideal for the warmer months. Soft and smooth, these would make anyone think they’re stepping into a boutique hotel room every night.Buy: IN BED
The Loma Living Bike Rack turns a fixie into a piece of art. The durable piece is crafted from maple, with a minimalist look that lets the bike take centre stage. It features some shelf space that can be used to store a helmet or lock too. The wall-mounted bike rack is a great option for those who don’t have much spare storage space in their place.Buy: Loma Living
This kit by sans [ceuticals] is a thoughtful Christmas gift option for anyone who treats their bathroom like their own private luxury spa. It includes the skincare brand’s body + hair + face oil and their hand + body wash. It also features a hand-crafted, 100% cotton bath mat by Nodi Rugs. The mat, available in three different shades, will elevate the look and feel of any bathroom.Buy: Sans Ceuticals
For any botanical enthusiast who doesn’t have any more room in their place for another plant, this transparent print is ideal. A collaborative product between three Danish designers, Moebe, Norm Architects, and the Paper Collective, the print shows images of different leaves seemingly suspended in mid-air.Buy: Simple Form
This handmade, raw concrete tray by Zakkia is a versatile piece and makes a great addition to any home. Use it as an organisation tray, on your bathroom or kitchen counter, to make the space look cleaner. It can also be used to simply display a few accessories. The concrete looks great as a standalone piece, adding a touch of industrial style to the room.Buy: Arrival Hall
This beautiful ceramic piece by Provider Store is a great way of elevating a morning coffee ritual. For those who want to take the time to make the perfect cup, this is ideal. Plus, it looks really nice too. The handmade Pourer can make one cup of coffee; all you need is a filter, some ground beans, and hot water.Buy: Provider Store
Made from powder coated steel, this alarm clock by Menu is unlike any you’ll have used before. Designed by Norm Architects, the clock is all about simplicity. You just turn the piece upside down to turn the alarm off. With a clean, minimalist look, this clock makes for a useful and beautiful Christmas gift.Buy: Hunting For George
If you’ve ever tried to prop up your iPad against the kettle when trying to follow a recipe on it, you need this Oak iPad Stand by Mr & Mrs White. Kettles aren’t meant to hold up your tablet, but this solid oak piece is. It’s great for watching movies and videos on too, or keeping on your desk at work.Buy: Mr & Mrs White
If you know someone who takes their coffee seriously, this is a great Christmas gift for them. The Trinity One by Trinity Coffee Co. is a sleek device that can brew coffee multiple ways, including pour over, gravity press, and immersion. It’s crafted from a mix of carbon steel and bamboo, and is a stellar way of simplifying the home brew process.Buy: Trinity Coffee Co.