Gift Guide: British Accessories For The Home

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Give the gift of a home upgrade with these quirky and joyful British brand-made accessories

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In the immortal words of Coco Chanel ‘The best things in life are free, and the second best are very expensive.’ Spending the festive season at home with the family is always priceless, and so is the joy of presenting the perfect fun-inspiring gift. Get started with our edit of quirky, charming and luxurious home accessories made by British brands.

Home Accessories Gift Guide

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  • Jolyon Fenwick's Virus Classics

    Jolyon Fenwick’s Virus Classics Cover Sculpture

    A playful sculpture of 21 reimagined volumes inspired by Covid-19, and based on a series of The Penguin English Library’s literary classics. £3,500,

  • Theo Fennell

    Silver tomato ketchup sleeve, £1,495.

  • Noble Macmillan

    Luxury Ibble Dibble set, £165.

  • Nostara 

    Frosted Fir Christmas candle, £35.

  • Gingerlily x Vanessa Konig

    Coral Fern silk square cushion in blue, £102.

  • Naturalmat 

    The organic wool throw, from £200.

  • Rose Uniacke

    Playing cards, £108.

  • David Hunt Lighting 

    Puddle table lamp, £222.

  • Savoir

    Classic pet bed in tartan with removable cushion, from £1,150.

  • Penhaligon’s

    For the jolly gent Christmas scent crackers, £42 for one unit.

  • Nina Campbell

    Palermo large jewellery box in red, £459.

  • Riviere Rugs

    Trevi hand-knotted Tibetan wool and botanic silk rug, £1,126 per square metre.

  • Coze

    Monogrammed Gensho Luxury Oxford pillowcase, £27.

  • Louise Bradley

    Theodore armchair, £2,995.

  • Addison Ross

    Red enamel and silver photo frame, £28.