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Hello, loveliest little hostess gift of all time.
St. Frank ($14)
For the gal who has everything—a luxe, creamy paper tablet for grocery lists.
Mrs. John L. Strong ($29)
Psst: These approachably-priced pillows come in 75 patterns.
The Inside ($50 for two)
Four words, friends: Jingle bell napkin rings.
Pottery Barn ($14)
Fun for the whole fam (and good-looking enough to leave out on the coffee table).
West Elm ($35)
Heirloom ornaments are always a great gift idea—especially when they're your bestie's favorite appetizer.
Totally unnecessary— and classy as all hell.
Rough Linen ($40 for 12)
Hot tip: Fill and gift with evergreens.
Maison Numen ($49)
This is how you do non-cheesy yet on-the-nose Christmas, y'all.
Fresh, green thumb inspiration from the ultimate tastemaker.
Barnes & Noble ($41)
Tasteful and timeless festiveness. What’s not to love?
Garnet Hill (from $38)
Gorg for holiday and summertime tabletops alike.
Marigold Living ($28 for two)
Calling all fashionista bibliophiles.
Fete Home ($45)
Yes, we see the irony—but the paper-lover in your life will drool over these elegant sheets.
Chasing Paper ($10/sheet)
Extra large and extra berry.
Parachute ($29 for two
Spice mills or objets d'art?
Heath Ceramics ($48)
For extra wow factor, package with a baby succulent or cactus.
Everybody loves a little (faux) Matisse.
This new design tome (from NY Mag’s longtime interiors editor) offers endless decor-spiration.
Barnes & Noble ($41)
For the hostess with the mostess: a fancy broom & dustpan...for table crummage.
Chic frames + picture = the ultimate shortcut to a super thoughtful gift.
McGee & Co. ($45)
Fact: Everybody gets starry-eyed at a Le Creuset gift.
Le Creuset ($20)
The great thing about green? It works for every season.
H&M Home ($50)
File under “things we never knew we needed.”
The kind of kitchen accessory you style your countertops around. (Just us?)
ZARA Home ($36)
Heaven is a tiered and labeled cheese stand.
Annie Selke ($45)
Make a DIY gift basket filled with local provisions.
Olli Ella ($29)
We love a good form meets function design moment.
Jayson Home ($36)
An apt choice for the discerning preppie in your life.
Pottery Barn (from $22)
Umm, these look five times as expensive.
Terrain (from $20)
Fun fact: You can customize the glass etchings on these heavenly-scented candles.
TAJA (from $35)
Festive for the holidays, cute enough to display year round.
Who wouldn’t appreciate these modern, elegant accoutrements?
Anthropologie ($38 for three)
Heather gray, soft and striped: This baby looks great in every season.
ZARA Home ($36)
Fresh (and surprisingly budget-friendly) florals are always a good idea.
Every host could use some extra candlesticks around the holidays—and these guys are made by French house, Cire Trudon (the holy grail of swanky candles).
Cire Trudon ($17)
We’re swooning for this blue speckled porcelain.
Jayson Home (from $22)
Almost too pretty to burn.
Meraki Nomad ($18)
That leather detailing at the handle, tho.
H&M Home ($35)
When a calendar is as pretty as a piece of art, buy it for your old-soul bestie.
John Derian ($19)
Because everything looks better in a tray.
World Market ($30)
A sleek and surefire choice for the vino-obsessed.
Luigi Bormioli ($40)
PSA: Pier1 has a low-key amazing arsenal of festive, budget linens.
Pier 1 ($4/each)
Pier 1 ($3/each)
Blue and white and chic all over.
This festive offering arrives in the prettiest little wicker basket.
McGee & Co. ($48)
The ultimate shortcut to picture-perfect sugar cookies.
Williams Sonoma ($25)
A handful of these chic European matchboxes are bound to delight, well, anyone.
You really can't go wrong with a multipurpose vessel. Especially one that's dreamy green marble.
Oak + Fort ($32)
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