Top 10 Christmas Gifts For Your Partner
- Charmaine Li
With the holiday season fast-approaching, you’re probably scrambling to get all your loved ones a unique and thoughtful gift. Searching for that special something for your special someone can be difficult – which is why we’ve rounded up a list of our favorite gift ideas for your partner. For more gift inspiration, visit our shop or check out our gift guide for the family.
If you want to add a sweet touch in the bedroom or living room, this ‘Love Birds Pillow Set’ will do the trick. The simple design is an ode to turtle doves, who mate for life, and is hand-screened using eco-friendly water-based ink. The gift can be a subtle romantic gesture to your loved one. It’s available here.
If your partner enjoys a nice cocktail every so often, these drink rocks by Norwegian designer Runa Klock could be a good gift idea. The geometrically shaped stones are designed to be chilled in the freezer before being dropped into a drink to keep it cool and undiluted. It’s available here.
For an unconventional and quirky gift for your partner, look no further than this concrete toilet paper holder by French design studio Lyon Beton. It may not be the most romantic present, but it’s definitely practical – and will likely draw a couple of laughs from your partner. It’s available here.
Is your partner a fan of cooking and entertaining? Then The Kinfolk Table book is a great gift option. The book is filled with plenty of recipes for almost every occasion and is perfect for collecting ideas for your next gathering. It’s available here.
This sculptural sea sponge is a great gift for those who enjoy pampering themselves. Designed by Brooklyn-based studio PELLE, the ‘Sponge’ is a sea sponge dipped in all-natural soap that smells of rose and ginger. It’s available here.
Making sushi with your loved one is a fun way to bond over food. If cooking is an activity that you two typically enjoy, why not spice up your next sushi adventure with this playful ‘Sushi Body Set’? It comes with two bowls for wasabi and soy sauce as well as a board that form the shape of a Japanese woman when arranged together. It’s available here.
If your partner likes to have a lot of plants around the house, this black handmade glass terrarium is a design that’s bound to add a nice touch to the collection. It’s available here.
Designed by Tove Adman, this concrete heart can be a quirky way to store things while simultaneously acting as a symbol of your relationship. It’s available here.
Marble in the kitchen is a classic, which is why this cutting board by Bloomingville will surely be a go-to tool for the partner who loves to cook. It’s available here.
If your partner has tons of books lying around at home, why not give this concrete book-holder to keep everything organized? The unique design piece can add a playful touch to any bookshelf or desk. It’s available here.