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The Ultimate Gift Guide For Interiors Lovers

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From covetable candles to statement-making scatter cushions

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‘Have nothing in your houses which you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.’ In that spirit, it’s time to treat the interiors lover in your life. For the interiors addict who spent the lockdowns beautifying their home and can’t resist a new cushion or candle, we’ve curated the perfect selection of swoon-worthy presents to put under the tree. Check out our interiors gift guide below.

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Creed Small Vanisia Candle

Creed Small Vanisia Candle

Creed’s new Vanisia scented candle is finished with an exclusive burgundy ribbon and presented in beautiful – and certainly giftworthy – packaging, reimagined for Christmas. Fill your home with the pillowy, dreamy scent of Vanisia; clouds of buttery vanilla combine with warming and fragrant notes of amber.


L’Objet Lapis candle,

Frankincense, myrrh and gold would all be suitable contents for this Lapis Lazuli casket, but we’ll settle for L’Objet’s signature Fleur d’Or candle. Once burned through, the porcelain pot with 24K gold accents and cabochon finial can be reused for jewellery and treasures.

Poodle & Blonde dinnerware

Poodle & Blonde Tottenham Dalmation 12-piece dinnerware set, £100,

Design meets Dalmations – we’re adding this Poodle & Blonde Tottenham dinnerware set straight to our online baskets.

Oliver Bonas

Oliver Bonas Kyoto double sided candlestick, £19.50,

These jewel-like candlesticks are double ended to accommodate both tealights and tapered dinner candles – depending on your mood.

Jo Malone

Jo Malone Pastel Macaroons Townhouse candle, £90,

The gift which keeps giving: once Jo Malone’s Pastel Macaroons Townhouse Candle (almond tarts, freshly baked scones and pastel macaroons) has burned out, the beautifully-crafted bisque ceramic vessel makes a perfect trinket pot.

Rebecca Udall stocking

Rebecca Udall velvet & silk pom pom Christmas stocking, £68.

Silk stockings are always a crowd pleaser – this Christmas stocking by Rebecca Udall was made to be hung up over only the most stylish fireplaces.


Anthropologie Delphine wine glass, £12,

Anthropologie’s divine Delphine glasses will be the envy of every tablescaper. These wine glasses are at the top of our Christmas interiors wishlists.


Wedgwood Wonderlust yellow tonquin tray, £45,

Wedgwood’s Wonderlust collection (launched this year) is full of heirlooms-of-the-future – like this bone china tray in yellow tonquin, inspired by flora and fauna from across the globe.

Lalique Bacchantes

Lalique Bacchantes small vase, £790,

Lalique’s Bacchantes vase is a timeless investment piece – and based on one of the brand’s iconic original designs created in 1927 by René Lalique.


Bespoke Binny Red Kente throw, £44.99.

The ultimate cosy night in blanket – who wants to go out on the town in January anyway?

Truly decanter

Truly crystal decanter, £70,

Watch this space: restrained Edwardian elegance is trending for 2022. Get an interiors lovers collection started with this chic decanter.

Rose Uniacke

Rose Uniacke large remnant cushion, £660,

Waste not, want not – Rose Uniacke’s remnant cushions are made using the studios fabric remnants – and all profits are donated to the heritage crafts association.

Eva Sonaike

Eva Sonaike Odi pouffe, £329,

We’re head over heels for Eva Sonaike’s bijou pouffe. In bright-and-breezy pink Odi fabric – it’ll beguile in any room.

Emma Alington

Emma Alington espresso cup, £25,

All interiors lovers appreciate a design find that no-one else has – like this dinky espresso cup handcrafted in the UK by up-and-coming ceramicist Emma Alington.

Meyer Ultra-Durable Nonstick Chef's Pan

Meyer Ultra-Durable Nonstick Chef’s Pan, £64.99,

Help any minimalist interiors and cooking enthusiast cut down on clutter while upping their chef game with this incredibly versatile pan.


Quail Brindle greyhound salt and pepper shakers, £30,

Guaranteed to put a smile on the greyhound or whippet enthusiasts’ face.


Grind A Modern Guide to City Living, £16.99,

Gift the urbanite (and coffee lover) in your life the ultimate Londoner’s tome; Grind’s book is packed with handy tips from how to make the ultimate avocado on toast to bailing on bad dates.

Graham and Green

Graham & Green set of velvet boxes, £65,

An ideal partner to bookshelves, dressing tables and consoles – these three velvet boxes in a modish midnight blue are a perfect interiors gift to look after jewellery, keepsakes and treasures.

Summerill & Bishop x Matchesfashion set of four marbled-print linen napkins, £100,

Hot off the press – these napkins from a brand new collaboration between Matchesfashion and Summerill & Bishop will be a guaranteed hit with interiors lovers in the know.

Blume candle

Blume Lacquered Twist candle, £6.50,

Know a hostess with the mostess? If you haven’t yet got the memo, an array of colour-coordinated taper candles are a staple for extravagant dinner parties. A pair of these lacquered twist candles will go down a treat.

Coravin Pivot

Coravin Pivot, £99,

What good home is complete without a couple of wine gadgets? The Coravin Pivot is a genius piece of tech which prolongs the life of your bottle for up to four weeks, protecting against oxidation.

Susi Bellamy marbled pouch

Susi Bellamy Khaki Fantasy pouch, £60,

Keep cosmetics, tech and knick knacks organised in Susi Bellamy’s quirky psychedelic pouch.

Not Another Bill cocktail shaker

Not Another Bill personalised cocktail shaker, £16,

Make shaking, muddling and straining all the more stylish with this pretty initialled cocktail shaker.

Silver Marmite lid

Theo Fennell Silver Marmite 125gm lid, £145,

Something for the interiors lover who has everything: a solid silver Marmite lid.

Hadeda Dog Bed

Hadeda Baba large dog basket in pink stripe, £220,

Don’t forget about the dog! The Baba dog basket by Hadeda (a collective that sources from talented artists and co-ops in Africa) is handwoven in Ghana by skilled artisans.


Anthropologie Maison storage bath tray, £98,

For post-party season wearied muscles, the greatest gift you can give is that of relaxation – this Anthropologie bath caddy is the perfect size to perch books, candles, bath oils and a glass of wine.


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