Diesel rock pendant http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/1DieselRockpendant.jpg 13148

$752 at ConranUSA.com

It might look like a piece of volcanic rock or meteor hanging from the ceiling, but this light is actually made from a molded polycarbonate to give it those distinctive angles and a fractured look that feels more space age than dark age.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Globe ornament http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/OrnamentsOnWhite2.jpg 13143

$49 (each) at Michaelaram.com

Rather than go the disposable route, choose these spherical ornaments from Michael Aram. The designs include a botanical leaf, olive branch, and—for fans of instigation—the ever-popular mistletoe.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Drawer liners http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/2drawerliners.jpg 13154

$25 for six sheets at HammocksandHighTea.com
Printed on recycled paper, using soy inks and mildly scented with organic essential oils, these drawer liners from Brooklyn-based Hammocks & High Tea make a perfect gift for a house-proud friend. We liked the Moroccan-inspired Acarai print in blue, and the gold Chevron stripe. They make our drawers look pretty.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Suzanne chair http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/9SuzanneChair.jpg 13153

$1,145 at MGBWHome.com
Forget mid-century modern—imbue your living room with some truly old-school elegance with this butterfly wingback chair by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. This favorite of 19th-century gentlemen’s clubs has been updated with calligraphic curlicue designs, providing equal parts tradition and whimsy.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Moa blanket and Inez blanket http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/6MoaInezblankets.jpg 13151

$95, $125 at ScandinaviaHouse.org
Chilly nights are tough to weather. Luckily, the Swedes know a thing or two about long winters, and have hit on the perfect formula to beat those blues. Brighten your bedroom with these toasty Technicolor wool and cotton blankets by Klippan Yllefabrik, a company that’s been dying, spinning and weaving textiles in-house for more than 100 years.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

New York bookends http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/8SusanBradleybookends.jpg 13146

$28 at SusanBradley.co.uk
Susan Bradley is an English designer with a whimsical sense of style. We love her silhouette bookends (found in the gift shop of New York's Morgan Library), modeled after taxicabs and other architectural icons of New York, such as the Statue of Liberty and the Chrysler Building.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Stelton vacuum jug http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/4FPO_thermos.jpg 13145

$70 at Fjorn.com

Impress guests with this Erik Magnussen-designed vacuum pitcher from the Danish company Stelton. A classic available in a variety of colors (saffron pictured) it keeps liquids’ temperature longer and will last for generations.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

Really Simple clock http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/imagecache/slide-image-white/7MoMasimpleclock.jpg 13141

$110 at MoMAStore.com
The classic mantle clock has been, well, simplified down to its essential elements. This timepiece’s smooth white aluminum face and beech plywood will have you constantly watching the clock, in a good way.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott

$752 at ConranUSA.com

It might look like a piece of volcanic rock or meteor hanging from the ceiling, but this light is actually made from a molded polycarbonate to give it those distinctive angles and a fractured look that feels more space age than dark age.

 

 

Photography by Joshua Scott