The Best Gifts for That Friend Who Loves Home Decor and Hosting

Stylish throw blankets, hand-carved pottery, and more to elevate your living space in our 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

From chic candles to a throw that’s the most, a really great hostess deserves more than a toast.

Tell All

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Psychotherapist Esther Perel’s board game encourages players to share secrets, with cards bearing prompts like “A phone number I need to delete.” Where Should We Begin: A Game of Stories, $40 at

Flame On

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This modular concrete menorah miraculously allows you to create a centerpiece in whatever shape you choose. $90 at Getty Center museum store, 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood,

Light It Up

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Real gold trim makes this bold candle really shine. L’Objet evil eye candle, $145 at Neiman Marcus, 9700 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills,

Bottled Up

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This fun alternative to a pitcher looks twice as pricey as it is. Glass water bottle and glasses, $36 at Tim Clarke Supply, 2630 Pico Blvd.,

Go Green

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Forgo the flowers, and gift a funky, feathery plant in a beautifully textured pot instead. Large Portal planter, $37, and ponytail palm, $24, at Folia Collective, 5052 Eagle Rock Blvd., Eagle Rock,

Softer Side 

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Beloved for its outdoor blankets, Rumpl is now sleeping inside with a chic throw that proves wool can be wonderfully snuggly, not itchy. Merino Soft Wool Blanket in Pacific, $199 at


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Hand-carved in India, this semiprecious stone vessel is available in diameters ranging from two to seven inches. Amethyst bowl, from $48 at

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