On the hunt for the perfect gift? Lucky for you, the Reveal team found more than 70 of them, for everyone on your list. Look for picks from our editors, the brothers, and their team at Scott Brothers Global (SBG) who help us make the magazine. And get ready to start clicking “add to cart.”
For the Maker
Pottery Painting Kit
“What’s better than a blank canvas to spark creativity? My crafty daughter would love bringing this to life with the bright paints included in the kit ($26). It’s a beautiful shape and perfect for anything from peonies to more paintbrushes!” —Phoebe Flynn Rich, creative director
Salty Seattle Virtual Pasta Class
“The best reward for finishing a virtual rainbow-colored pasta-making class ($230)? Eating your work! Just remember to snap a photo first.” —Melissa Knific, contributing editor
Farmsteady Fermented Hot Sauce Kit
Give this to the heat lover in your life so they can learn how to turn those habaneros or Hatch chiles into delish homemade hot sauce ($40).
Woodenwick Candle Kit
This set ($80) makes two candles with eco-friendly ingredients. Once it melts down, repurpose the cute container into a planter, a pen holder, or another candle.
These frame-worthy crayons ($49) are almost too beautiful to craft with. Give them to a creative cool kid in your life or to an adult, along with an acrylic display box, so they can “make art” with them by hanging them on their gallery wall.
Loop Living Plant-Lover Gift Set
“For the loved one who can’t stop acquiring new plant babies, this propagation system ($54) is the gift that literally keeps on giving!” —Kelly Reeves, SBG VP of marketing
Mercedez Rex Marbling Kit
Learn the centuries-old art of water marbling with this kit (from $125) that has all the materials needed to make one-of-a-kind paper designs.
For the Homebody
Pafin Design Suncatcher
“There’s something so charmingly nostalgic about stained glass, and these ’70s-inspired suncatchers ($121) would cast the dreamiest light next to my living room window.” —Hannah Baker, home editor
Kari Goodwin Quilts Eye Pillow
“A sleep mask helps me catch more z’s, and this one ($55) is pretty to boot. Bonus points for the relaxing lavender scent!” —Alexandra Wozniczka, designer
Ariana Bohling Alpaca Slippers
Hand-knit in Peru, these fuzzy slipper socks ($98) will keep your feet feeling toasty and looking chic, thanks to the very on-trend checkerboard pattern, all winter long.
Darling Toutim Room Portrait
Win the holidays with any interiors-obsessed pals with a custom room portrait (from $36) from artist Bertille de Lestrade.
Fredericks and Mae Incense
Each of these delightfully designed, gift-ready canisters ($18) holds a different type of incense, such as sage smudge sticks or palo santo. Once the insides are used, keep the containers on display to stash unsightly odds and ends.
Drunk Elephant Robe
Hot tip: A cute robe makes your A.M. routine a little bit smoother, and this one ($45) gets extra credit for being made from post-consumer plastic bottles.
Luxy Loo Bidet Attachment
“This ($489) makes any bathroom feel like a spa! Between the heated seat, the adjustable water temperature, and saving toilet paper…it’s no wonder I take my time in the bathroom.”
For the Outdoorsy
Haptic Lab Sailing Ship Kite
“If you have kids, you know why this is awesome: It’s a 3D tall-ship kite ($50)! If you have no kids and haven’t been kiteflying in a while: Slow down, feel joy, fly a kite.” —Lauren Iannotti, editor in chief/content director
L.L. Bean Camp Blanket
“This is the perfect adventure-ready addition ($80) to my favorite season—fall! And with its built-in stow pocket, it’s easy to take with me anywhere I go.” —Hunter Barrow, SBG creative director
Sunshine Tienda Aura Palm Sun Hat
Keep the rays off your nature-lover with this wide-brim sun hat ($89), crafted by women artisans in Guatamala.
The Beach People Picnic Basket
This cooler-than-a-cooler basket ($149) is the all-in-one answer for picnicking: insulation keeps goodies fresh, and the lid doubles as a cheese board.
“The classic cruiser frame ($350) is back in style, but in a much more practical (and lighter!) way, making it perfect for a coffee run or to take on your next beach vacation.” —Colby Sledge, SBG editorial director
Barebones Living Outdoor Fire Pit
S’mores, please! Gift this portable, log-burning pit ($140) to the person looking to stretch their outdoor hosting into the colder months.
Norm Architects Portable LED Lamp
Scandi design meets versatility with this glowy lamp ($250) that can go from office space to an evening poolside, no outlet required.
For the Do-Gooder
Cotopaxi Packing Cubes
“These pretty packing cubes (from $20) are a game changer: They’re like having an organized dresser in your suitcase and they’re made entirely of remnant materials that would have otherwise wound up in a landfill.” —Tara Cox, executive managing editor
Kazi Goods Market Basket
Hot take: You can never have too many baskets—especially when they’re ethically crafted in Ghana, like this beauty ($58).
Skeem Design Jasmine & Lotus Cloche Candles
For every product sold, including these eye-catching candles, ($60 each) United by Blue cleans a pound of trash from oceans and waterways.
Block Shop Susie Pillow
This playful pillow ($135) perks up any side chair or sofa, and 5 percent of profits benefits medical camps in Jaipur, India, through PeTosh Global, a local organization supporting occupational healthcare.
Yellow Leaf Signature Hammock
“There’s ‘Hammer Time’ and there’s Hammock Time! Which, for me, is all the time! I’m known to be a hugger, and sometimes it’s a bit much for other people. So I can always rely on a trusty, pretty, and comfy hammock (from $199) to make me feel loved. I also love this company’s story and how it supports weaving communities in Thailand.”
Jollie Plush Mat
“Upgrade your downward dog with an eco-friendly exercise mat ($92) sure to turn heads at the studio. Plus, for every mat purchased, one is donated to a pediatric cancer patient receiving yoga therapy.” —Claire Brito, editorial assistant
Oleamea Organic Olive Oil Gift Set
This family-owned EVOO brand ($21) donates a portion of sales to the Conscious Kid, an organization promoting equality and healthy racial identity development in youth.
For the Entertaining
Geo Pattern Dominoes
“Dominoes has always been a family favorite in our games cabinet. With its abstract patterns and beautiful, vivid colors, this set ($46) brings its A-game in the style department too. I would definitely leave these on the coffee table to double as decor.”
Claudia Frolova Studio Olive Bowl
Snack time! This cleverly designed speckled bowl ($60) serves up anything from Castelvetrano olives to cherries, and looks dang good doing it.
Madexbinary Love Handle Mug
A minimalist’s dream vessel, this sleek mug ($44 each) is 3D-printed from stoneware clay. It makes every coffee break feel like somethin’ special.
Marigold Living Napkins
Level up any tablescape with these block-printed napkins ($28 for set of two), perfect for the friend who throws the most Insta-worthy dinner parties.
Bitossi Home Beer Glasses
This set of six mix-and-match glasses ($99) (no two are the same!) is an instant upgrade for the frosty bev of your choice. And no more confusing whose drink is whose.
Lenox LX Remix Plates
Turn any meal into a work of art with these traditional-meets-trendy plates ($86 for set of four). Each pattern was pulled from the Lenox archives (dating back more than 130 years) and reimagined for today.
GlobeIn Handmade Taper Candle And Orbital Holder
“Not only would this summery striped candle (candle $11, holder $24) add a colorful punch to my dining table, I also love that GlobeIn is a member of the Fair Trade Federation, which means all of its products are made by artisans who are paid a fair price and ensured safe working conditions.” —Rebecca Kimmons, photo director.
By Hannah Baker + Claire Brito | Photographs by Heami Lee, Victor Protasio, and courtesy of the brands