Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Glorious gifts for the home

One of the most important thing in life is having an abode that you adore. Here are some objects that will help those on your list love their surroundings. Glorious gifts for the home

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Well, if you don't win this beautiful bottle of Proscecco Room fragrance in our Giveaway {see details below}, at least you can buy it. Imagine this scent wafting through your your loved ones kitchen: fresh Satsuma, Lilies of the Valley, Apricot and Passionfruit balanced with the richness of Black Currant. Scented reed diffuser, anticafarmacista.com, $92.00



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Crisp bay leaves are fresh and fragrant hanging on the door or in the kitchen. These wreaths dry beautifully and the bay leaves can be used in stews and tangines. Williams-sonoma.com, $40.00


            


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Feu de Bois is my favorite candle to burn in the winter, it evokes the scent of a distant fire on a crisp winter night. This long burning flame looks beautiful in the smokey glass.  diptyquediptyqueparis.com, $90.00





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Have you noticed that everyone loves to see their name or initials in lights, or books? These literary letters are cut out of cloth bound books, covered with elegant paper, what a smart way to personalize a library, or any room for that matter. Hand cut in Wisconsin. Hand Library Letteranthropologie.com, $20.00

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Hand blown glassy babies are always a welcomed gift, they offer shades for the naughty, the nice, and everyone else on your list. Made in Seattle using layers of glass to create a lovely light. naughty & nice | glassy baby, glassybaby.com, $44.00 each.
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A touch of nature is a chic incorporation for any home. Each of these silver rimmed agate coasters are unique slices of an ancient stone. Each coaster has protective pads. Agate coasters, calypsostbarth.com, set of 4, $130.00

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These charming ceramic letters will allow you to spell out the names of the ones you love, or share a special phrase or word with them. Made by Seattle ceramics designer, Rosanna home decornordstrom.com, $15.00 each


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Mother nature makes some of the most elegant home decor, this conch shell, with the added plating of silver would look beautiful atop a stack of books on a desk as a paper weight. Whimsical home decor, zhush.com, $30.00


I hope you've found some great gifts for your friends and family in this gift guide series, it has been an interesting Polyvore experience. We will be drawing the name of one lucky reader to win this beautiful 500 ml bottle of the Prosecco room fragrance from Antica Farmacista at the end of the week.


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5 comments:

The enchanted home said...

Some of my favorite brands....beauty and bath products are always a great idea!

Leslie said...

I need to pick up the Feu de Bois candle:) Wonderful selection of gift ideas Emily. Hope you are enjoying the festivities of the season! Happy Holidays:)

Victoria Loran Tucker said...

I love the coasters you featured! so modern and unique!

Linda @ DesignInMyView said...

Emily, it's as if you read my mind to everything I would love to give... and receive! :-)

Spotted the carved books in Nordstrom's gift boutique they styled after (knocked off) Anthropologie's merchandizing "eye".

One year I will have bay leaf and eucalyptus wreathes all over the house. They dry so beautifully they span the seasons.

Merriest Christmas to you!

Splendid Market said...

Linda, so nice! Thank you! Bay and Eucalyptus all over the house sounds divine! I noticed our Nordstrom had bought things from that company {with the cut out books}, the rustic boards with painted messages, same co. Interesting things. Happy Holidays!