Once you’ve bought presents for your family and friends, a secret Santa gift for your boss, and even a little something for the cat or dog, it’s time to start thinking about giving your home a Christmas prezzie this year. For those of you stuck for ideas, we’ve put together a few suggestions.
Every coffee table in every home should have an interior design book, and whether you’re interested in a complete redesign or just looking to refresh a space, there’s a book out there for you. Showcasing 100 rooms, Elle Decor: The Height of Style is ideal for interior design veterans and newbies alike, offering plenty of suggestions and practical advice.
Keeping with 2015/16’s home decor trend for all things Scandinavian, a faux fur throw is a must-have item. Get your Scandi-style on by draping a faux fur throw over a chair, bench, or a bed in your home.
With friends and family descending on your home this Christmas, you’re going to need extra space for bums – a perfect excuse to buy a new chair or two! Accent chairs are an effortless way to transform a room, and they don’t come much more eye-catching than the Izzy!
No home should be without a teapot, but this creation from La Cafetière is extra special. Made from handmade, borosilicate glass, the Darjeeling Teapot allows you to see exactly the moment your tea has infused to perfection.
Sufficient storage is becoming more and more of a concern in today’s homes, with many of us having to come up with alternative ways of keeping and displaying our possessions. This wire birdcage shelf unit proves that storage solutions can be aesthetically pleasing as well as practical.
For those of you who struggle to keep house plants alive, a terrarium could be the perfect solution. They’re incredibly low maintenance and make beautiful living artworks – a lovely gift for your home or someone else’s this Christmas.
If you love all things vintage, don’t miss the opportunity this Christmas to pick up a classic piece for your home. This reproduction Bakelite telephone – designed by Henry Dreyfuss and produced from 1937 onwards – is a style icon that will fit in perfectly with your vintage-inspired interiors.
Emma Bridgewater‘s beautifully designed homeware will add a charming and individual touch to your home. Even the most practical of items, like the baking dish above, have been lovingly created so that whatever you’re doing, you’ll do it with warmth and happiness in your heart.
The simplicity of mid-century modern designs makes them highly adaptable to almost any style of interior, and this 1960s side table is no different. Put it next to your sofa or bed and instantly add a retro edge to the room.
Another mid-century modern gem, the Pluto starburst wall clock will inject your home with plenty of nostalgic style. And with its classic 1950s geometric design, it would make an excellent statement piece.