30 Christmas present ideas for interior design lovers

Can you hear the sleigh bells ring? The holiday season is just around the corner. So, to help you get your presents sorted ahead of time, we’re bringing you our exclusive gift guides filled to the brim with some of our favourite ideas.

Got an interiors lover in your life? We round up our top-of-the-wishlist Christmas present ideas to win over any design enthusiast – from gold disco balls and decorating books to cool cocktail shakers and funky table lamps.

Alexa, play All I Want for Christmas by Mariah Carey. Let’s dive in…

Christmas present ideas:

Pretty lamps

Table lamps are a great present idea for any interior design aficionado. The latest designs are pretty to look at, practical and can make a real statement in any room. Plus, a table lamp that diffuses a soft glow is perfect for setting a cosy, moody atmosphere.

a mix of table lamps
1. Freya rechargeable table lamp in brass, £115, with 16cm empire printed cotton shade in Green Poppies by Ellen Merchant, £33, Pooky. 2. Kokeshi portable table lamp, £420, Micucci Interiors. 3. Humble Bug table lamp, £299, Lime Lace. 4. The Love Handles lamp, £145, French Bedroom. 5. Charcoal grey tube table lamp, £199, Houseof. 6. Fero table lamp in Merlot, £519, Heathfield & Co.

Soft furnishings

Picture patterned and fringed cushions, mohair throws and luxurious bed linen in rich colourways – ensure the interiors lover in your life indulges in lasting comfort with one of these stylish solutions…

Christmas present ideas with soft furnishings, from throws to cushions
1. Hollyhocks medium fringed velvet cushion in Spring, £195, House of Hackney. 2. Mohair throw in Natural, £124.95, Annabel James. 3. Copenhague blanket, £263, Ligne Roset. 4. Mineral red gingham linen bundle, from £297, Piglet in Bed. 5. Beagle Journal/Mojito cushion, £133, Andrew Martin.

Interiors books

Did anyone say decorating? We’ve selected three amazing interiors books, that will elevate any coffee table or kitchen shelf while also helping renovators who are planning a project in the new year nail their inspiration moodboards.

interiors decorating books
1. 70s House book by Estelle Bilson, £20. 2. Living Bright book by Matthew Williamson, £30. 3. How To Redecorate book by Farrow & Ball, £35. All books are available from WH Smith, Waterstones, or Amazon.

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Funky homeware

From ruffled trays and organically shaped candle holders to colourful vases and fun disco balls, grab a gift packed with personality to impress the interiors lover in your life.

funky homeware with candle holders, trays and disco balls
1. Coupe candle holders in Frosted Flax by Morgan Peck, approx. £690.64, Kelly Wearstler. 2. Orange wiggle tray, £55, Bøde Living. 3. Qäsa Qäsa Blantyre upcycled glass storage jar in Green Design F, £42, Different Kind. 4. Tombolo contemporary bath rack, from £401.26, Victoria + Albert Baths. 5. Vaisselle Glass vase with two handles, £645, Liberty. 6. Like Home Candleholder bubble in Clay, £13.90, with Like Home taper candle in Apricot and Clay, £5.90, Villeroy & Boch. 7. Alison Cooke Thames clay vase, £125, Atelier100. 8. Brompton cookbook holder, £25, Garden Trading. 9. Large disco ball, £99, Graham & Green.

Stylish kitchenware

You can never go wrong with a beautiful yet practical Christmas gift. We’ve selected opulent glassware, colourful jars, timeless coffee cups, marble cheese boards and more goodies, which tick off all the boxes.

Ready to wow the interiors aficionado in your life?

stylish kitchenware for interiors lovers
1. Microplane Master Series large shaver, £39.95, Harts of Stur. 2. Juniper cutlery 16-piece set, £124.95, The Home Sanctuary. 3. Pinto x Casarialto coloured tumblers, £110, KS Group. 4. Trenti centrepiece, £359, Arteriors. 5. Bloomingville Glass cocktail shaker, £24.90, Cuckooland. 6. Doctor Who Approved Spacious jars, £150 for a set of three, Casa by JJ. 7. Lundhs Antique bowl, £37.50, Lundhs Real Stone. 8. Green Asiatic Pheasants breakfast cup and saucer, £72, Burleigh. 9. Marble Nixon cheeseboard and knife, £245, Jonathan Adler.

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