From luxe marble pieces and brass accessories to colourful glassware and ceramics, our curated pick of designer gifts will make a timeless addition to any stylish home and are sure to be gratefully received.
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Crafted in Murano, the spiritual home of artisan glass, British design studio Campbell-Rey's cheery candy-stripe carafe and tumblers are sure to liven up libations.
Carafe, £295; matching tumblers, £295 for a set of two andyoulifestyle.com
Handmade by London-based ceramic artist Noe Kuremoto, the ‘Haniwa’ vase will bring sculptural interest to spaces whether filled with flowers or left empty.
Tekla's snuggly dressing gown is made from the plushest organic cotton and has a classic unisex cut.
This limited edition collaboration between design brand Tom Pigeon and upholstery experts Roger Lewis will add a splash of pattern and colour to homes.
Liven up their morning brew with Neri & Hu's zesty glass teapot, which has been carefully designed to allow tea leaves to infuse for maximum flavour.
Ideal for budding indoor gardeners, this punchy design by Brooklyn homeware brand Pieces is part sculpture, part planter.
Carved from richly veined ‘Nero Marquina’ marble, De La Espada's side table is an indulgent gift to be sure, but its timeless appeal will ensure its treasured for a lifetime.
Give the bookworm in your life the gift of orderly – and extremely stylish – shelves with Les Few's luxe brass bookends.
Not just a water bottle but a bona fide fashion statement, Maxmara's fluffy flask will help keep those New Year's resolutions of drinking more water on track.
Artist John Booth has used Begg x Co's sumptuously soft blankets as a canvas for his kaleidoscopic artworks, and they look as good hung on the wall as draped over the sofa.
Seemingly constructed from delicate paper-like pleats, Lyngby Porcelaen's jug is a perfect gift for tableware purists.
Bold, beautiful and a little bit Bauhaus, these new cushions are ideal for lovers of contemporary design.
£200 each, darkroomlondon.com
Combining a retro look with cutting-edge technology, the 'TN-400BT' Bluetooth turntable sounds as good as it looks.
Cork is the sustainable material of the moment, so what better gift for the eco-conscious design maven in your life?
From £119 each, vitra.com
Made from super soft sheepskin, Toasties' 'Hotel' slippers add a little luxury to every day.
Approx £146, toasties-paris.com
The ultimate gift for collectors of design classics, Pierre Paulin's iconic 'Pumpkin' chair, originally created in 1971, still looks as futuristic and as fresh as it did in its day.
These pretty dessert plates by La Double J are a sweet treat that's sure to go down well.
£250 for a set of six, matchesfashion.com
Danish brand Menu's sleek tilting brass table mirror is ideal for minimalists and beauty queen alike.
Olivia von Halle's midnight-hued velvet ‘Capability Baronet’ robe, complete with exquisite embroidery, is the height of indulgence.
Composed of handmade ceramic pieces, Artist Daniel Reynolds' beautifully balanced kinetic sculptures bring interest and movement to spaces in need of something special.
Every host with the most needs a trolley. Neat and compact, this paired-back design fits in with any style of home.
Is it a speaker, or is it art? Both. Transparent's innovative tech will impress audiophiles and art lovers alike.
Danish design hero Finn Juhl's enduring designs will never fall out of style. This monochrome clock is sure to tick all the right boxes.
From £374, architectmade.com
Unsightly wires begone thanks to Marset's portable table lamp. Its rechargeable design means it can be moved from space to space as needed.
The ‘JS30’ bluetooth speaker combines striking metal, Kvadrat fabric and a sculptural shape to create a speaker that's designed for display.