We have a gift for everyone here at Bonsai and it doesn’t have to cost you the earth.
Here's a little gift-buying advice for budget-conscious shoppers:
Our top gift picks for under £60.
Designer Piet Hein Eek has collaborated with fair trade Vietnamese potters to create a set of ceramics with artwork like this traditional blue bamboo motif.
Extra large and luxuriously long for draping, wrapping and generally snuggling into, Tolly Mcrae’s oversized wrap is woven from an alpaca and merino wool mix and is fabulously lightweight yet marvellously warm.
Locally-made glass essential oil diffusers are a lovely way to scent the home and enjoy the oil’s therapeutic benefits.
Guernsey potter Niall McCarthy used sleek white earthenware mixed with contemporary glazing techniques to create this gorgeous lantern, perfect Christmas table centrepiece.
The prominent petals and long slender stem create a perfectly balanced bloom. This romantic rose is timeless and elegant and has been preserved to maintain its beauty for years to come.
Stolen Form has taken industrial plumbing components to create these quirky salt and pepper shaker
Design junkies will love this stunning coffee table book. It showcases a selection of the latest studio projects that have helped to establish Piet Boon® as an international luxury lifestyle brand with a global portfolio.
This traditional ethnic white stone Buddha head is perfect gift for the traveller who longs to go back to Asia.
This small but stylish alarm clock has lots of hidden details. At night the fluorescent hands will become visible and the whole dial can be lit up by pushing the snooze button on top.
The VITA™ Conia has a clear design reference to the shapes of nature and its cone shape gives a soft and blind-free ambient light, making it a perfect artistic piece to illuminate every corner and dark spot in the house. The VITA Conia comes in white, black and gold and copper.
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