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They were into reclaimed wood before it was cool. They can cruise through the Craigslist “free” page and wind up with a charming vintage coffee table that would probably cost thousands brand new. Stepping foot into their not-trying-too-hard-yet-still-dripping-with-effortless-style apartment strikes visitors with envy. It’s hard having a dream home decorator for a friend, whether they do it for a living or it’s just the way they live. Don’t fret, though – we’ve put together a guide of some of our choicest home design finds so you can give them a gift worthy of their already carefully curated collection.

A glowing reminder that there’s no state like home. Decor-saavy friends will appreciate the authenticity of this neon art. | Neon State Art

They’re probably always rearranging their furniture. Now, they can change their message with a simple switch of letters. | DIY Cinema Lightbox

Cleverly designed and in excellent taste, this thoughtful tissuebox holder elevates what might otherwise seem mundane. | Graceful Ballerina Tissue Box Holder

Multifunctional and effortlessly modern, this display is an affordable gift that doesn’t look it a bit. | Gala Photo Display

Friends with a flair for home design will freak out over the inventiveness of this clock. Every five minutes, it reveals a phrase that tells the time. | QlockTwo Classic

Ginkgos represent love, hope, and longevity. Gift this sculpture as a gorgeous copper/sapele wood symbol of your friendship.| Sprouting Ginkgo Sculpture

Decor experts know that form and function go hand-in-hand. This stylish lamp that also grows plants fits the bill perfectly. | Ambienta Grow Lamp

They’ll adore this charming addition to their entryway, perfect for storing keys and stashing other little essentials. | Out the Door Tabletop Key Holder

The holes in this bowl make it the ultimate fruit-holding solution. Your home decor enthusiast will appreciate both this mesmerizing design, and their perfectly-ripe avocados. | Multi-Color Erosion Bowl

A stunning centerpiece that also folds up for easy storage – what more could a lover of home decor ask for? | Satellite Bowl

Expert decorators know that nature is the ultimate inspiration. These compliment-worthy coasters are made to resemble geode cross-sections. | Stoneware and Crackled Glass Coaster Set

Yes, they knew about reclaimed wood before it was cool – but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still cool. | Reclaimed Wood Branch Table Runner

Stylish and functional ideas like these don’t grow on trees – your decor-saavy friend will appreciate this one-of-a-kind find. | Mug Tree

Easily adaptable to any number of design aesthetics, this minimalist bowl is equal parts effortless and modern. | White Earthenware Bowl with Stand

Full of character and accented with sturdy metal hardware, who wouldn’t want breakfast in bed served on this? | Reclaimed Wine Barrel Serving Tray

These nested bowls reflect pure beauty, just like the lotus flower they’re modeled after. | Nesting Lotus Bowls

Tasteful decorators know to bring aspects of the outside in for natural charm. Walnut wood and copper bring this sweet scene to life. | Hummingbird Flower Wall Art

Unique layers of texture and warm hues separate this piece from your average art block. | Our Little Corner of the World Art Block

While this print is sophisticated in its monochrome patterns, it still evokes the good ol’ warm and fuzzy feelings of a snow day. | Let it Snow Print

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Emily G.

Emily is a year-round beach enthusiast and she has the freckles to prove it. She loves the idea of learning French, singing 80s throwbacks really loud in the car, and dogs with human names. She is shameless in admitting that she finds solace in adult coloring books.