Holiday Gift Guide 2022: Stocking Stuffers, All Under $30


One of the key take-aways from our latest book, Remodelista, The Low-Impact Home: Mother Nature does it best. Natural products are not only gentler on the planet and healthier for you, they look better, smell better, feel better, and often work better too. Here are our holiday favorites, great as stocking stuffers, Hanukkah presents, or gifts for the host.

Above: We’re big fans of Atlanta-based artist Wolf Pachacuti. Her Hand-Twisted Beeswax Candles in rust are a holiday favorite; $30 for a pair at June.
Art Nouveau Stationery Set
Above: With original art by Ciarra Clare printed on cotton, tree-free paper, this Art Nouveau Stationery Set will inspire you to revive the ancient art of letter writing. It’s $25 at The Village Green.
Above: Made from sustainably harvested Finnish pine, this Essential Oil Diffuser also doubles as handy storage for your favorite scents; $28 at Wms&Co.
stylish dominoes
Above: Elevate game night with this Domino Set, featuring wooden pieces in stylish powder blue; $34 at Hawkins NY. Or, if dominoes is not your game, try this Yatzee; $19 from Burke Decor.
Above: Artisans like Kate Kilmurray certainly have us rethinking loomed potholders. From her Forest Collection, this Flax and Ochre Potholder is a particular favorite; $24.
Above: Made in England, the Katie Leamon Pencils Vol. II Assorted adds a little holiday glam to your desktop; $17.60 at Helen Milan.
Above: I love Vetliver’s Grounding Tallow Soap. It’s much creamier than other soaps, and its spherical shape is so satisfying to hold; $18 at Summer Solace. Also available in seaweed, red clay, or charcoal.
Smithereen Farm tea
Above: Arguably the prettiest we’ve ever seen, Smithereen Farm’s Easy Love Tea features soothing wild florals harvested from the edges of an organic farm in Pembroke, Maine; $9 at Reliquary. (We take a tour of the wild, rescued farmhouse at Smithereen Farm in our book Remodelista in Maine; find it here or wherever books are sold.)
Above: Years ago on a September trip through the Scottish Highlands, I was caught unprepared for the unseasonable cold. A local sheep farmer saved me with a pair of Sheepskin Insoles like these from Salter House ($10). Fifteen years later, they’re still keeping my feet warm.
Indigo Coin Purse
Above: Hand-dyed and sewn in Massachusetts, this Shibori Indigo Coin Purse is perfect for loose change, credit cards, or odds and ends; $14 at Stitch and Tickle.

Still need a few more stocking stuffers or Hanukkah gifts?

N.B.: This post was first published on Remodelista on Dec. 2, 2022.

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