OK, the largest version of these octagonal marble bowls rings in over $100, but the two smaller sizes don’t, and one could use them for everything from serving nuts to holding jewelry, change, and what have you on a bedside table.
Just a really handsome handmade walnut cutting board, which one could easily utilize as a cheese board too.
This Orla Kiely vase has a deco-ish feel I like a lot, and green in general is just a good, versatile color for a vase to be.
I am such a big fan of this Roland pine candle from Soap & Paper Factory—it smells just like a December hike in the woods.
These smoked pint glasses would be just as good for serving a morning smoothie as a beer.
Such a cute little floral wireless charger from Rifle Paper Co.
A cheese dome is an awfully grown-up thing to own, and not something a person is likely to purchase for herself, making it an ideal gift.
A ceramic match striker that’d be the perfect gift for a friend with a fireplace, or maybe just a serious candle habit.
This 16oz. canteen keeps drinks hot or cold, and couldn’t be a whole lot cuter.
A leather oven mitt is awfully sophisticated.
I might order these salt and pepper grinders for myself: they’re so nicely minimal.
Puzzles are apparently all the rage at the moment, and this one from Christian Lacroix is especially pretty.
A ceramic berry bowl is another gift one would be unlikely to purchase for herself, and it really does come in quite handy.
Garlic lasts a lot longer when you place it in a pot like this, and I think it’s great-looking too.
And finally: you can’t go wrong with a classic Stendig calendar.