Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany and Co.’s ‘Everyday Objects’ collection is a wonderful place to find a gift for that person who seems to have everything. For this collection, they have created charming reproductions of everyday objects, like their iconic blue Tiffany® Box, now reimagined in bone china and sterling silver. Other seemingly simple and ephemeral items like a Sterling Silver Harmonica can now be gifted as permanent keepsakes, sure to be treasured for years to come.

Moma Store

As you might’ve seen in last week’s gift guide, we love what the MoMA Design Store has to offer in terms of great gifts that combine impeccable design with utility and enjoyment. The Lovebox Messenger – a wifi-enabled digital message box that allows you to send and receive love notes electronically from anywhere in the world – is a perfect example of this. Download the app to your smart device to send a sweet saying and the heart on the front of the handmade beechwood box will spin until it’s opened. Spin the heart with your finger to respond with an outpouring of digital hearts on the sender’s device. With the ability to grant access for up to 20 people, the Lovebox makes it easy to spread the love to family members and your significant other.


Hudson Grace vintage

Another amazing go-to gift destination is none other than stylish San Francisco-based decor emporium Hudson Grace. Their selection of home goods – both new and vintage – is simply unparalleled in variety and uniqueness. You can always find a beautiful, thoughtful or meaningful gift when shopping with them. We love the idea of finding one-of-a-kind vintage pieces like this century-old match-striker as gift ideas for a girl-friend. Another fun gift could be a piece of hotel silver engraved with the name of hotel that is meaningful.

Grooved Glass and Silver Topped Match Holder & Striker

Grooved Glass and Silver Topped Match Holder & Striker

Vintage Silver-plated Cocktail Shaker

Vintage Silver-plated Cocktail Shaker


Countertop Wood Compost Bin


We honestly didn't know compost bins could be so pretty. This simple and discreet wooden container sits on a kitchen counter to remind you to set aside banana peels, coffee grounds and egg shells, for transfer into municipal green bins or your own garden compost. The box is crafted of salvaged walnut with a stainless steel pan and lid and keeps messy trash separate, helps us stay environmentally responsible and spruces up our countertop. This is a perfect gift for that friend who is always making decisions with Mother Earth in mind. Also available in a petite size for more counter space.


MolekulE air purifier


The Molekule Air Purifier is a revolution in clean air. It doesn’t just collect pollutants—it destroys them. Beautiful outside and groundbreaking inside, it uses nanotechnology at the molecular level to eliminate airborne allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This new method of air purification is, indeed, a breath of fresh air.


Beatles 50th Anniversary White Album

The Beatles’ 1968 self-titled double album, universally known as the ‘White Album’ has been recently reissued for its 50th anniversary across four physical editions, including a seven-disc super deluxe edition. The album’s 30 tracks are newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell in stereo and 5.1 surround audio, joined by 27 early acoustic demos and 50 session takes, most of which are previously unreleased in any form. This is a special souvenir, to say the least.


Gracious Home humidifier with aroma therapy

Gracious Home’s Objecto H7 Ultrasonic Humidifier is an impeccable cool mist humidifier that gives long-standing technology a fresh, modern look. As a floor model, the steady mist ensures you’re living space is transformed and its anti-bacterial water tank is removable and will shut automatically when emptied. This beautifully-designed aromatherapy humidifier also comes in a gorgeous Limited Edition Wooden design.


Masterclass is the unique gift of online classes taught by master’s in their field. The subjects are filmmaking, photography, cooking, chess and writing just to name a few. The world-famous teachers range from Annie Liebowitz to Thomas Keller to Martin Scorcese.