There's still time to get some last minute Christmas gifts, and all of this edit comes in in at under £50.
You'll find everything from gin to napkins, candles to cocktail glasses, all chosen by the Livingetc team for being super stylish. Good design needn't cost the earth, and this is all very good design.
The warmth of the yellow tinted glass is matched by how satisfying these goblets are to hold.
Havana goblet, £48 for four, Soho Home
MoMA Design Store
Boldly graphic stripes move the trend for brightly coloured taper candles on a step or two.
Colour stacked candles, £25.99 for four, MoMA Design Store
Adding yet more colour and charm to the dining table are these pretty and punchy napkins.
Mara napkin set, £32.50 for two, Heti's Colours
Made from an updated version of a recipe from 1904, this warming winter wonder is full of festive flavours, as zingy as the bottle's design.
Winter Gin Liqueur, £35.99, Reverend Hubert
We couldn't not include a monthly subscription the print edition of Livingetc, the perfect design gift that keeps on giving. Next year's issues will have new columnists, new decorating ideas, and the same emphasis on the most beautiful and inspiring homes in the world.
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Paper Thin Moon
With its daubed monochrome pattern and comfortingly homely shape, this vase sits happily in a modern kitchen.
Sophia vase, £39, Paper Thin Moon
It was perhaps only a matter of time before hand sanitiser got an exceedingly cool makeover, and Puritx's range smells like luxe scented candles. All vegan, full of essential oils, and cool enough to sit happily on your bathroom shelf or hall table.
Hand sanitiser in Bergamot, vetiver and black pepper, £12.50, Puritx
Paul Smith at Liberty
If 2020 has taught us anything, it's that we all need to embrace our own inner Dandy to find a little joy - why shouldn't this pocket square be unisex?
Silk pocket square by Paul Smith, £50, Liberty
Working from home requires a desk that you don't necessarily get to leave at the end of the day. Help make it chic with these sharp and stylish gold scissors.
Phi gold plated scissors, £25, HAY
Known for her whimsical and playful designs, Donna Hay's plates have a touch of the 1950s Robin Day about them.
Autumn Leaf plate, £31, Donna Wilson
With its design of a starry constellation, this is clearly one of the best yoga mats. Lightweight and travel friendly, it means you can give the gift of peace and suppleness on the go.
Teddy lightweight travel mat, £42.95, Cosmic Bare
Nothing beats the gift of breakfast in bed - particularly if hand delivered on one of Matilda Goad's egg cup plates.
Ceramic egg cup plate, £25, Matilda Goad