I’ve Spent Days Searching for Homeware, and These Items Are the Best of the Best

My love of fashion will forever be strong, but I have to admit that in recent years I’ve come to hold interiors in equally high esteem. I’ve become so obsessed with homeware that my Christmas shopping reflects this shift. Every evening as I scroll through Instagram or the new in pages of some of my favourite brands, my mind keeps drifting to how I can make my space feel special and elevated. So much so that my Christmas wish list this year is now filled with items that will make me love my home even more in 2023.

Just like clothes, homeware can be difficult to buy for someone else, as it is so personal—especially when it comes to bigger and more expensive items. So for this gift guide, I’ve split it into three categories, with gift ideas for maximalists who love colour and prints, for those who want their homes to be calm and neutral and for those who want to shop from independent brands to make their home feel truly unique. Within each category, I’ve included both small items such as colourful candles (that can be given to a friend or a relative who is tricky to buy for) and bigger-ticket items, from chairs to tableware.

Keep scrolling to see my edit of 43 homeware gifts that I love for Christmas (and every other day in the year). 

This throw will brighten up any sofa or armchair. 

Everything that Vaisselle creates is gorgeous, including this set of four dinner plates.

These fun napkins will take centerstage on any table scape this festive season.

A pop of pink is always a good idea in my books.

I love to gift (and receive!) beautiful placemats. I’ll pull these out year round when I’m hosting dinners or breakfasts. 

Who wouldn’t want to see a bar cart under the tree this year?

You can never have too many joyful jugs. This can be used to serve drinks or as a vase. 

These candles are just so beautiful. 

Candlesticks made great gifts for hosts and hostesses.

Rainbow coupes? I’m in.

A beautiful coffee table book is such a luxe gift.

Anissa Kermiche’s ceramics are still at the top of our wish list.

The funnest way to serve up Boxing Day lunch…

I love the pink and rich orange colour combo of this wool pouffe.

Use for jewellery, to display candles or for beauty products.

Perfect for ringing in the New Year.

This vase looks so designer. 

I love Soho Home’s fig scent.

A playful stocking filler for the minimalists in your life.

Whether you serve wine or water in them, these glasses are sure to add something special to your table.

Cosy and chic.

I just love this unique salad bowl, which can be used to serve up all and every side dish.

A lamp I would very much love on my bedside table next year.

For a much needed coffee hit on New Year’s Day.

You can never go wrong with Jo Malone.

Who doesn’t appreciate a beautiful cake stand?

Another Anissa Kermiche hit. 

The ultimate gift for an interiors lover.

Who can resist striped and frills?

This serving dish is handmade and painted by hand with a marbled finish. 

I’ll be gifting these to all my friends ahead of the New Year.

Just gorgeous. 

I better throw myself a party to get use of all the pretty platters on my list. 

Lucy Mahon has so many beautiful prints.

Lovely bedlinen is such a luxurious present, and one that I would personally love to see beneath the tree this year.

These handmade vases are just gorgeous.

You can never have too many candles…

I just love this floral tablecloth. 

Can you tell we love a splatter design?

This cushion will instantly elevate a neutral sofa or bedding.

I’m a sucker for pretty glasses.

Next Up: Our Epic Guide to the Best Christmas Gifts for Women, Whatever Your Budget

This story was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated