Gifts for the Home

San Diego finds for the fashionable homebody.

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BoConcept
Captivating Comfort: Give the gift of comfort and creativity with a unique cushion or two from BoConcept. This one features colorful wool embroidery and a unique shape. BoConcepts, $69.
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Tend Eco Orb
Eco Orb: Houseplants are a refreshing way to bring nature into the home, but they can also bring dirt, water and pests into unwanted places. Tend Eco Orbs can be planted with small, interesting succulents or "air" plants, while hanging from ceilings or hooks away from animals or curious fingers. Pigment, $55-$72.
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Bowled Over: Though it seems rather counter-intuitive, bowls with holes are actually quite useful. This pretty Bloom Bowl from Mixture can be used for fruit, creative centerpieces, candles and more. Mixture, $110.
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Anthropologie
Little Helpers: Sweet treats come from cute counterparts when traditional Russian matryoshka dolls double as useful measuring cups. A great gift for cooks, bakers and creative types alike. Anthropologie, $28.
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Old Saybrook Police
A Muse by Candlelight: Candles will be a common gift over the holidays, but Jonathan Adler's Muse versions will have your recipients doing a double-take. Cathedral, $65.
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Brighter Knights: A pair of unique alabaster table lamps add charm and luxury to any desk or end table. This polished pair from Design/One are great gifts for horse lovers or serious chess players. Design/One, $2,800.
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Glass with Class: For friends with a home bar, a traditional decanter is a gift of function and beauty. This cut-glass decanter, inspired by designs from the 1800's, has enough character to share a drink with anyone on your list. Pottery Barn, $29.
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