Christmas gift guide: The best gifts for interior design enthusiasts

Looking to do up your home this winter, or treat your loved ones to an interiors treat? We've got the guide for you with over 40 different gifts for home design geeks

Savoy stripe bedding

Christmas is around the corner once again, and if you’re anything like us, the search for gifts that stand out from the crowd has already begun.


If you’re looking for quirky and unique presents for the interior enthusiasts in your life then look no further – our Christmas gift guide features 41 of the best presents for home decor lovers.

Slowdown studio perry throw
© W.A. Green

This pastel-toned throw from Slowdown Studio is perfect for any trend-savvy interior lover. The Insta-famous brand collaborates with artists from around the world to create each individual piece.


Colbalt Teapot, £40

Cobalt teapot
© White Space Home

If you’re looking for unique Christmas gifts, then look no further! These marble enamel teapots by Bornn are made using age-old enamelling techniques, and the different temperatures of the kiln impact the intensity of colour, making each piece completely individual.

pink milo made ceramic jug
© An Artful Life

Every Milo Made ceramic item is individually handmade in London. Even fans of neutral decor will love this this speckled stoneware with a pop of glazed pink colour.


Bauhaus porcelain bowl, £18

Bauhaus porcelain bowl
© An Artful Life

Retro interior fans will adore this fine porcelain bowl. The strong geometric prints are reminiscent of cutting-edge 60s graphic design, and for less that £20 it’s an absolute steal.

Pink tumbler
© White Space Home

This soft blush and aqua tumbler is the perfect all-rounder interior present. The dishwasher, freezer and oven safe tumbler also doubles as a stationary pot or toothbrush holder!

Paola Navone blue and black dinner plate
© Trouva

This Paola Navone dinner plate is great for the homeware obsessive who loves to make a statement. Featuring deep cobalt blue and blacker-than-black detailing, recipients can display this on a wall or in a cabinet to add a quirky pop of patterning to their living area.

Mrs Peterson face pot
© W.A Green

Fondly named after ‘the lass with sass,’ this Mrs Peterson face pot can double up as a ceramic vase or large mug. It’s an apt gift for anyone who wants to inject a bit of attitude in their abode – there’s even a Mr Peterson pot to collect, too.

leopard vase
© The Gifted Few

Some prints never go out of style. If you want a gift that keeps on giving, this leopard vase is the way to go.


Gigohne Gold Baskets, £149

Gigohne gold baskets
© Tikamoon

Gold accents are a must-have in any modern interior. Fill these baskets with soft cushions, throws or magazines to create the perfect seasonal present.


Plump blush vase, small, £24.95

Plump blush vase
© The Gifted Few

Curves are in with this plump blush vase! Hygge fans will love the soft structure this gift brings to any room.


Nils clock, £49

Nils clock
© Tikamoon

This cement and aluminium clock will suit industrial chic interiors. It’s a great gift for minimal design fans, and more affordable than it looks at under £50.

The read magazine holder
© Tikamoon

Magazine fiends and boho-chic fans alike will love this rattan rack. Positioned next to a sofa, armchair or even beside a bed, this is a stylish gift for your most organised friend.

Neon acrylic box
© The Gifted Few

Say what you mean with these acrylic box neons from Locomocean at The Gifted Few. Encased in a glossy box with a mirror back, choose your phrase and colour to give a personalised gift with a twist.

Pink and red mouth dinner plate
© W.A. Green

Everyday dinners don’t have to be boring. Give this Seletti plate as a Christmas gift to make mealtimes that little bit more fun.

Hand painted blue wooden powder pot
© Ian Snow

This wooden powder pot is perfect for admirers of artisan craftsmanship. All of the products from Ian Snow are ethically sourced, so make for a great gift with a conscience.

Petale ciment paris soap bar
© White Space Home

Why shouldn’t soap be stylish? This Ciment Paris soap bar takes inspiration from Mediterranean patterns and cement encaustic mosaic tiles – it’s a perfect and sustainable present for any kitchen or bathroom-proud friend.

Frida Kaylo embroidered cushion
© Ian Snow

Interiors will be nothing less than iconic with this Frida Kahlo cushion. Gift it to vivid vintage enthusiasts or Fairtrade-loving bohemians.

Colour block planter
© Car & Kitchen

Colour blocking connoisseurs will delight in this striking planter. Couple it with a healthy houseplant wrapped up in ribbon for a quirky Christmas gift.

No 2 cushion mustard
© An Artful Life

This heavy weight cotton cushion is patterned with a print inspired by lines of the body. It’s handprinted, dyed and finished in a South London studio, and available in a range of colours.

Icon cushion
© An Artful Life

Anyone who loves the trend of bringing the outdoors inside will appreciate this cotton cushion. With an emerald green print inspired by ancient stones at Avebury, it’s a stylish gift that brings a touch of ancient mystery to a 21st century living room.

mirage blanket
© An Artful Life

This mirage blanket in mustard is inspired by desert paradises. Jacquard-woven and fringed at the ends, it’s a great gift for anyone looking to spice up their sofa.

Mini pot
© An Artful Life

The vibrant orange and millennial pink on this tiny planter will add vibrancy to any interior. Like other Milo Made ceramics it’s handmade, so you know your present will be totally unique.

Black folk art embroidered cotton cushion
© Ian Snow

Sometimes striking is the only way to go! This beautiful embroidered cotton cushion is edged with mini pom-poms – it’s sure to take pride of place on any sofa or bed.

Rainbow doormat
© Red Candy

This rainbow printed doormat is like a little ray of sunshine on a wet and cold winter day, and adds a stylish touch to a front porch or hallway.

Henri Matisse blue nude
© King & McGaw

Where gifting prints is concerned, simple and iconic is always best. Artistic souls everywhere will adore this framed Henry Matisse.


Pop Scented Candle Pack, £20

Pop scented candle pack
© Sunnylife

Sunnylife‘s Pop scented candles are the perfect size for adding small splashes of colour to neutral colour schemes, made from pure coconut wax and packaged in a stunning gift box.

Lucky star gold foiled wall art
© Oliver Bonas

This two-tone shining star illustration will add a vintage vibe to any wall. Gift it alone or alongside the matching prints for an impactful gallery-style look.

Four piece gold rimmed pastel rainbow dinnerware set
© Etsy x Olivia Rubin

This elegant, rainbow stained, clear-glazed porcelain dinnerware is the brainchild of British fashion designer Olivia Rubin.

Bespoke sheepskin slippers

While slippers aren’t strictly homeware, they’re a common feature that you’ll find scattered around most living rooms during the cold winter months. Make sure the mess looks stylish with these bespoke slippers from ONAIE!


Brass table lamp, £175

Brass table lamp
© Etsy x Olivia Rubin

Pastel rainbow tones with brass – need we say anymore? This desk lamp combines some of the most “in” trends around, and is sure to be appreciated by anyone who spends way too much time browsing decor hashtags on Instagram.

Marble effect panels
© Barker and Stonehouse

Marble fixtures introduce a sense of grandeur into any interior. These panels from Barker and Stonehouse remind us of premium hotel decor!

Savoy stripe bedding
© Laurence Llewelyn Bowen

If you’re after a touch of bedroom glamour at a reasonable price this Christmas, this Laurence Llewelyn Bowen bedding is the way to go. We particularly love the Savoy Stripe design – it makes every night feel like five-star luxury.

Vanilla incense sticks and holder
© Rex London

It’s all in the detail! These incense sticks from Rex London not only send fragrance wafting through whole home, but the packaging makes a beautiful and interesting addition to any coffee table or mantelpiece.

Pink pom pom light chain
© Pink Pom Pom Light Chain

A house can feel somewhat bare when all of a sudden festivities are over. Give these pom pom lights as a Christmas gift and they’ll make the perfect replacement, bringing colour and vibrancy to any living space in the new year!

Enlightenment love mugs
© Oliver Bonas

Gift these love mugs to your favourite decor-conscious couple – they come in a set of two and look incredible on a glass coffee table!


Christmas morning cereal, £12

Christmas morning cereal
© Dominique Ansel Bakery

Okay, so we know this isn’t strictly homeware, but the packaging on this Christmas cereal from Dominique Ansel Bakery – the home of the cronut – was too good to miss. With a quirky milk carton shape and gold embossing, you won’t even feel guilty about leaving your cereal box out on the worksurfaces. For someone who loves their kitchen, this is a brilliant novelty gift.