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24 delightful gift ideas to jumpstart your holiday shopping

Curbed rounds up two dozen design-savvy finds your loved ones won’t be able to resist.

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When it comes to holiday gift shopping, the more ideas the merrier. That’s where we come in.

This year’s Curbed gift guide is rich—in color, shape, and pattern, in mood, aesthetic, and inspiration. You’ll spot some shining examples of the “round and cute” trend we’ve been rhapsodizing about lately, and a whole lot of irresistible goods that Curbed editors personally want to add to cart immediately.

With a selection ranging in size, cost, and degree of functionality, you’re sure to find something for all your gifting needs, whether that’s a work wife whose tastes you’ve readily absorbed through osmosis or a father-in-law who has sworn off technology.

Want more ideas? Check out our city gift guides for the best ways to show local pride, and be sure to stay tuned to Curbed all season long. For all of us who love beautiful things, it’s the best time of the year indeed.

A dark green Buddy Table Light which is part of the 2019 Curbed Holiday Gift Guide. The top part of the light is moving up and down. This is an animated gif. On the table around the light are various design objects. There is a mauve backdrop.
The uber-adorable Buddy table light ($148) may be the most sophisticated and luxurious 3D-printed homeware we’ve seen yet. Designed by U.K.-based Mona Sharma and produced by Gantri, Buddy uses corn-based materials and features a dimmable LED light.

 

Food prep just got more elegant. Made from natural beech wood using digital techniques, these wood cutting and serving boards ($36-$49) from British designer Gareth Neal combine function with ultra-satisfying geometric precision.
Food prep just got more elegant. Made from natural beech wood using digital techniques, these wood cutting and serving boards ($36-$49) from British designer Gareth Neal combine function with ultra-satisfying geometric precision.

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