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Impressive Gift Ideas for the Home

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By Hannah Martin for Architectural Digest.

Vetted picks that will impress the interiors-obsessed individuals on your list.

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(photo: Pendleton)

Wool-and-leather log carrier by Pendleton; $129. pendleton-usa.com

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(photo: Patricia Heal)

resh-cut Holly and Juniper 30" wreath by RH; $99. rh.com.

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(photo: Patricia Heal)

Everyday Baccarat crystal tumblers by Baccarat; $450 for a set of six. us.baccarat.com

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(photo: John Manno)

Hammertone charger in black nickelplate, nickelplate, and goldtone by Michael Aram; $100 each. michaelaram.com

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(photo: John Manno)

Verona brass trays with copper finish by Calvin Klein; $150-$300. calvinklein.com

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(photo: John Manno)

Farnese place mats and Tapa napkins by L'Objet made with Fortuny fabric; both $355 for a set of four. l-objet.com

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(photo: La Pavoni)

Copper-and-brass professional espresso machine by La Pavoni; $1,499. gracioushome.com

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(photo: Matouk)

Bel Tempo Egyptian cotton terry bath towels by Matouk; $83 each. matouk.com

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(photo: Gentner Design)

Polished-brass oil decanter by Christopher Gentner; $225. gentnerdesign.com

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(photo: John Manno)

Chevron stoneware dinnerware by Terrafirma; $40-$60. terrafirmaceramics.com

See even more great gifts for the home on Archdigest.com.

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