I’ve got some great finds to share with you. I’ve curated a modern minimalist Christmas gift guide, with both interiors and fashion items. The gifts range from large brands to small independent brands. It’s what I love and what I would like in my own home.
As usual, I’ve sourced quite a few of these items from independent artists on Etsy. The gift guide reflects what I’ve been noticing on Pinterest and Instagram lately, in regards to colours, products and materials.
I hope you enjoy my carefully curated modern minimalist Christmas gift guide.
Let’s start with talented Danish designer Kristina Dam – design with honest materials and Nordic minimalism in mind. Standing on three legs this small bowl makes a distinctive appearance in any home interior.
The white Hario kettle makes it easy to heat coffee or water on the stove. The design is beautiful and I especially like the wooden details.
I used to love warm mittens when I was younger, these modern padded mittens by COS would be great on a cold day.
I’m not a great fan of busy Christmas cards, so the ‘Tis the season card is right up my street.
Made of recycled Corian this marble look bracelet is a stunning piece to wear. Minimal design by All AR.M Studio jewelry is made in Antwerp, Belgium.
Nuura is a brand I’ve noticed on Instagram and I love their work. This wall or ceiling lamp, called Blossi, made with the newest LED technology. I love the rest of the collection too.
The stunning poster, Silhouette, is from the Paper Collective. Available at Skandium. Created by Amelie Hegardt.
Dimitra wall lamp in gold by Light Cookie, a team of young designers, engineers and handcrafters with great passion and love for inspiring lighting fixtures.
Jennifer Kent’s cashmere socks are the ultimate luxury, combining extreme warmth and delicate softness. They are knitted and hand-finished in the town of Hawick in the Scottish Borders at a mill with over 200 years of tradition and expertise in textile manufacturing. Her shop and studio is based in Glasgow’s West End.
Crafted in Paris as an unique vanity mirror or a sculptural home decor look for your home. The salvaged marble comes from an old craftsman’s workshop that mounted statuettes, lamps, bookends and others, on these pedestals, dating back from the 1950s in the south of France. It’s by Jentendesigns.
The gorgeous soaps and hand lotions from Austin Austin are always a treat to receive a gift. This hand cream is made without GM ingredients, SLS, silicones, parabens, mineral oils, artificial colours or fragrances and is certified Organic and vegan.
These alpaca blend mittens looks so warm and cozy. Perfect for cold winter days. these mittens are an essential winter accessory with a timeless design and a durable quality.
Growing up in Norway, I’m used to not wearing shoes inside, so these packable leather slippers are great for when you visit friends. Made in Italy with tan leather.
You might remember Hend Krichen from my other blogposts. I love her work, so I wanted to include a piece from her beautiful collection of ceramics. It feels like a special treat having coffee from this amazing ceramic coffee jug.
Recently launched, the 15 Chair, in reclaimed wood by the Kovac family. Inspired by the Japanese low sitting we made this low lounge chair. A symbol of mixing high flying thoughts with a connection to the earth. The gorgeous chair is made in Sweden.
The soft leather tote bag by COS is in the men’s section, but I think most of us would be happy to carry this.
I love receiving books and this one looks so good! The NORDIC baking book by Magnus Nilsson. Nilsson travelled extensively throughout the Nordic region – Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden – collecting recipes and documenting the landscape.
If you’re looking for wrapping ideas for your Christmas presents, then have a look here.
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