2014 Gift Guide: Her

Shopping for that special lady in your life (or yourself, am I right ladies?) is pretty important. Gifts don’t have to cost thousands of dollars to be well-received as it’s the thought that means the most. Here we roundup 10 modern gifts for the women in your life.


Gabo Ring by Bandes Des Quatres \\\ CAD $600
Show your love with this Bauhaus-inspired, custom made ring featuring a sandblasted oxidized sterling silver X and a polished sterling silver O.


ILSE Copper Box by Ilse Crawford \\\ $190
A solid copper box for a dresser or nightstand that small jewelry can be housed in when not worn.


Gold Lustig Necklace by Molly M Designs \\\ $210
A long necklace with a large, architecturally geometric pendant will make a bold statement.


Taylor Headphones by Frends \\\ $200
Having a fancy pair of headphones makes all the difference when it comes to comfort and sounds. What’s even better is when they look fancy.


Contour Key Ring: Bell by Karl Zahn for Areaware \\\ $16
Never let the lady in your life lose her keys again with the help of a large brass key ring that can be worn around the wrist or clipped to a bag.


Knob Spice Grinder by Umbra Shift \\\ $60
Make grinding pepper and spices more fun with a minimal device that looks good on your counter and serves a purpose.


Zipper | Charcoal scarf by Block Shop \\\ $120
A gorgeous two-tone, zipper patterned scarf in charcoal grey and Rajasthani-sunset orange.


Fulcrum Candlesticks by Lee Broom \\\ £275
Made from solid optical crystal, these cylindrical candlesticks refract light through to create varying effects.


Geo Cone Ring Holder by Alan Wisniewski for Umbra \\\ $10
A simple, cone-shaped ring holder to contain her rings when they’re not being worn.


Ankole Tumbler Set – Light Horn from The Citizenry \\\ $65
Handcrafted tumblers that are hand carved in Uganda as part of their celebrated heritage.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.