The twentytwentyone Christmas wish-list

December 10, 2017 · 0 Comments

Christmas present

With Christmas just over a fortnight away, twentytwentyone’s team reveal the gifts they’d most like to receive this year…

Reika: ”A delicate bracelet inspired by the everyday elastic band, Kei Tominaga’s Elastic Bangle is beautiful and makes me smile too.”
Emelie: ”The best part about Christmas is dressing the tree. This charming decoration matches my favourite Christmas jumper.”
Tony: ”It’s a bit optimistic, but the limited edition U1-D diving watch is something I’ve admired since it first arrived in-store.

Kei Tominaga Elastic bangleGifts and AccessoriesUnimatic U1-D men's watch

Sepideh: “Each Clayhead has a distinctive expression and emotion – often surprising, always thought-provoking.”
Emma: ”Superfolk’s Dillisk seaweed print inspires me to plan a bracing beach-combing walk on Boxing Day.”
Cliff: ”Always in tension, always held in balance – a bit like life! Volta’s tabletop mobile is my personal choice.”

Aman Khanna ClayheadsSuperfolk Dillisk printL'Espiegle mobile

Claire: ”If I can’t have Christmas in Scandinavia this scented candle inspired by the Nordic landscape is the next best thing.”
Victor: ”Warm, cosy, rechargeable and portable, it’s got to be the FollowMe light for me. The answer, my friend, is glowing in the wind.”
James: ”This beautiful paperweight always causes people to ponder the manufacturing process, giving it a pleasing air of mystery.”

Skandinavisk Escape candleFollowMe LampFollowMe Lamp

Trisha: ”Beautifully packaged, these luxurious Mast chocolate bars are a sweet treat for the festive season.”
Raph: ”Almost too good to eat? These Jollypops fruit-flavoured lollies could be a real test of my willpower.”
Esme: ”Inspired by the principle that everything in nature has a soul, Ghosts are thoughtful and unique.”

Mast Brothers ChocolateJollypopsStudio Arhoj Ghost

Marianne: ”I love this nourishing and certified organic cream with every single ingredient listed on the beautifully designed packaging.”
Guy: ”A stylish mini greenhouse that promises the perfect start in life for your seedlings. I’m looking forward to green shoots in 2018.”
Charity: ”The One Salt jar is a great addition to any kitchen; I love the contrast between stone and wood, plus its smooth rounded shape.”

Austin Austin Neroli Petitgrain body creamGrow GreenhouseOne salt jar

Vanessa: ”I’m hoping for Feldspar’s delicate cups in finest bone china.  The perfect way to enjoy a warming winter drink.”
Sophie: ”A Stendig calendar will help me get set for 2018 and could even make forward-planning a positive pleasure.”
Caro: ”I’d like to receive this truly timeless modernist classic. British design to be proud of and top of my list!”

Feldspar CupStendig Calendar 2018 Robin Day Slatted Bench

Yasmine: “In the busy festive season I’d love to find Pierre Charpin’s calming and minimal prints under the tree.”
Simon: “Love elephants. This clever design by Yu Matsuda allows for characterful interplay and continual petting.”
Chloe: “A beautiful and functional object that transforms an apple into a tasty treat for feathered garden visitors.”

Kamo set of printsPop up animal ElephantAppelkrok bird feeder

Jeannie: “Its got to be the Erno throw for me. The luxurious weaving of colours is a warming treat for any wintery day.”
Mette: “I’m hoping for a Memphis Christmas in the form of this exquisite limited edition by Nathalie du Pasquier.”
Sarah: “The warm light radiating from these beautiful oil lamps is ideal for creating cosiness on a cold dark night.”

Wallace Sewell Erno wool throwAgosto limited edition printHolocene No. 2 lamp

But what will you choose?

For further inspiration, view our Christmas gift lists here.


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