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The best gifts are those that the recipient can look at for years to come and remember how generous you are and how lucky they are to have you in their life. For this you should offer luxury interior design.

Of course, wearing the clothes of your loved ones is always appreciated, but unlike home decor pieces, they will likely be demoted to the role of filling the wardrobe in a few years. Remember the OBEY hoodie you desperately wanted your parents to bring you back in 2009? Where is it now? It’s definitely not hanging on your wall in plain sight, is it?

On the flip side, gifting something that will enhance their interior means your gift will be on full display for years to come, effectively immersing you in the very fabric of their surroundings. Better yet, if you live with the lucky recipient, you reap the benefits at the same time. It’s a win-win.

Shop the best luxury home decor gifts below.

Medicom Toy Be @ rbrick ‘Andy Warhol x Jean-Michel Basquiat’ # 2 1000%

Medicom Toy’s Be @ rbrick sits at the intersection of streetwear and interior design. For the second time, the company celebrates the work of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat by associating the emblematic works of the two artists on a 1000% Be @ rbrick figurine.

DISTRICT. Candle in hand

Although he is best known for being a legend of the cult style, the offering from NEIGHBORHOOD. also extends inside. In addition to clothing, the Japanese brand offers a range of iconic incense chambers and candles to raise levels of style in your space. This upside-down candle with the middle finger sends mixed messages at first, but once the hand melts it just wishes you a good day.

Tom Sachs coffee table

Tom Sachs’ space-inspired production ranges from NFT rockets to grilled sneaker collaborations, but lately we’ve been very impressed with the artist’s furniture. This understated coffee table features circular cutouts on its base for an original interpretation of the classic structure.

Takashi Murakami floral floor mat

Favored by rappers and streetwear fanatics, Takashi Murakami’s pretty flowery pieces have become collectable gold dust. This piece is the perfect gift for someone who lives in the sneaker and streetwear space.

Rick Owens Down Blanket

Down blanket

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(Available at 2 merchants)

We’ve been singing the praises of luxury interior design over luxury gift tags, but if you can combine the two, you really are a winner. This Rick Owens down blanket is a wearable accessory that also drapes decoratively over a sofa.

Dinosaur Designs Boulder Marble Resin Coaster

Approved by A $ AP Ferg, the Boulder Coasters from Dinosaur Designs are a punchy addition to the dinner table. In bright green, the patterns are distinguished by their marbled finish.

Anissa Kermiche Happy (Book) Ending Bookends

Anissa Kermiche’s Happy (Book) Ending bookends provide a sculptural start and end to 2022 reading material. Key tip: Gift them with a book for another layer of thought.

Curves by Sean Brown Hands incense holder

Whether he’s dominating Instagram feeds with his rugs inspired by ’90s and 2000s CDs or making elegant incense holders, Sean Brown can apparently do it all.

Vitra Ball Clock

The history of Vitra is marked by memorable moments. The Swiss design company respects the values ​​of simplicity and efficiency with a playful side. The Ball Clock embodies this approach.

KAWS Holiday Space Figurine

Another gift for the streetwear of a lifetime, this KAWS Holiday Space figure is a figure that really stands out with its fully mirrored construction.

THE SKATEROOM Paul Mccarthy “Tree” Skate Deck

Paul mccarthy "Tree" Skating platform

Paul Mccarthy’s “Tree” sculpture caused an uproar during its Paris debut, being demolished shortly after. Designed to mimic the shape of a festive Christmas tree, the huge butt plug is ideal as a Christmas present.

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