It’s now December, which means Christmas panic shopping is right around the corner. To ease the stress during this hectic period, In my first of a series of Christmas gift guides, I put together a quirky Christmas list with a few of my favourite home decor suggestions to suit those loved ones you just never know what to get.
This French printed hurricane by Graham & Greene is perfect for those with taste for shabby chic interiors. The French typography and characterful little bee design give this glassware a bit of charm. The hurricane holds a pillar candle safely. £25.
Cleo the Muse created this tea tray with this vibrant wood and handle reminiscent of a wishbone. It would look great in a home office, and be a functional gift for a hard working friend. £55 from Graham & Green.
For a keen gardener, this faceted terrarium from West Elm is a modern way of showcasing their green-fingered skills. These stylish items would work stand alone or in a group. £20.60 – £27.70.
For a beautiful gift on a budget, these beaten silver canisters are a pretty option. These canisters could be used in the bathroom or as shiny bedroom storage. £14.95 – £19.95 from Rigby & Mac.
If you’re after a truly unique gift, this purple bird posable ooak art doll from Traffic Cone Creations is entirely hand made. This little bird would make a wonderful statement piece as part of a vignette. £42.06.
If your loved one is a vintage fanatic, these distressed metal key hooks are a cheap but thoughtful option. The typography label gives this piece personality, plus this practical gift has its own sense of style too. £14 from Rockett St George.
Have you seen any quirky gifts you’ve fallen for? Share your suggestions in the comments below! I’d love to hear from you.