You wait all year for your office’s secret Santa. Which makes it extra ironic that you still haven’t figured out your gift yet. Fear not, there’s still plenty of time to rush order one of these gorgeous (and useful!) home goods and knock this thing out of the park.
1. A Potted Plant
Fun fact: Houseplants can literally improve your mood. (Perfect for Crabby Sue at the front desk—or you know, anyone.)
2. Vintage-Inspired Mugs
For any notorious coffee drinker, pair these pretty mugs with a great bag of beans.
3. Artisanal Olive Oil
Perfect for the home cook, Brightland's fancy extra virgin olive oil is produced in California and comes in a display-worthy (and UV-protected) container.
4. Brass Serving Spoons
We say, tie this stunning set with ribbon and skip the wrapping entirely.
5. Personalized Playing Cards
Add your coworker’s initial to these festive watercolor face cards for a totally knockout gift.
6. A Cozy Throw
Faux furs/tartan throws are pretty predictable. But this soft and stunning marigold number on the other hand...
7. Elevated Cheese Storage
Psst: Storing cheese in plastic isn’t actually the best way to preserve it—try these “cheese vaults” instead.
8. A Thoughtful Gift Card
Gift cards aren’t typically the most heartfelt—but a voucher for Artifact Uprising, where you can print personal photos and books, makes the gesture personal. Bonus points: Even the card itself is gorg.
9. A Stylish Candle
Pair this Diptyque wintery scent (and arguably, decor staple) with a cute matchbook set for a universally crowd-pleasing gift.
10. A Classic Backgammon Set
Rejoice! She only looks like she costs a small fortune.
11. A Diffuser Trio
Between the ultra-chic glass packaging and the three festive scents, this petite diffuser trio is sure to please your hardest-to-shop-for coworker.
12. A Vanity Storage Box
A modern jewelry storage box for the person with a penchant for lots of bits and baubles.
13. Salt and Pepper Shakers
Everyone has salt and pepper in their kitchen, so why not upgrade their dinner parties with these marble and brass shakers that put the plastic store-bought bottles to shame.
Additional reporting by Pamela Masin