Home-decor, furniture, kitchen and bar accessories: Holiday gift guide 2013

Home-decor aficionados will appreciate these high-design pieces for the home, including wall decor, bar accessories and entertaining gifts

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Home-decor gifts are a thoughtful purchase for anyone who loves to decorate. Choose from colorful Marimekko coasters, stylish Jonathan Adler ceramic canisters, Pier 1 Imports mosaic vases and Paper Source ikat-print aprons.

  • Photograph: Jennifer Arnow

    On model: Haute Hippie French terry sweatshirt with chain shoulder details, $295, at hautehippie.com; Dittos Jessica low-rise legging jeans, $89, at amazon.com

  • Dartington Little Gems handmade glass vases, $30 each, at Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave at 59th St (212-705-2000)

  • Nate Berkus at Target metal candleholders, $18 each, at Target, locations throughout the city; visit target.com

  • Pier 1 Imports Kenna Ikat shelf basket, $40, at Pier 1 Imports, 71 Fifth Ave at 15th St (212-206-1911) • 1110 Third Ave at 65th St (646-358-1360) • pier1.com

  • Square Feathers Zig Zag and Black Hex wastebaskets, $75 each, at shopten25.com

  • Kaleidoscope Designs polished aluminum pitcher, $45, at overstock.com

  • Jonathan Adler Toulouse lacquer dartboard set, $295, at Jonathan Adler, locations throughout the city; visit jonathanadler.com

  • Ten Thousand Villages wooden salad servers, handmade in Kenya, $39, at tenthousandvillages.com

  • Karma Living Boho Abode pouf, $110, at modcloth.com

  • Michael Graves Design drink dispenser, $100, at JCPenney, Manhattan Mall, 100 W 33rd St at Sixth Ave (212-295-6120, jcpenney.com)

  • Seletti Submarine bath set, $70, at Beam, 240 Kent Ave at North 1st St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (917-434-2302, beambk.com)

  • Flexible cooking utensils, $15 each, at uncommongoods.com

  • Sur La Table wood-slice serving board, $35, at Sur La Table, locations throughout the city; visit surlatable.com

  • Marimekko Tilkkutäkki oven mitt, $28, at Marimekko, 200 Fifth Ave between 23rd and 24th Sts (212-843-9121)

  • Storage books, $4–$13 each, at HomeGoods, 795 Columbus Ave at 100th St (212-280-6303)

  • Seletti I-Coffee set (coffee cup, saucer and spoon), $32 each, at libastyle.com

  • Pier 1 Imports Jenin mosaic C-table, $100, at Pier 1 Imports, 71 Fifth Ave at 15th St (212-206-1911) • 1110 Third Ave at 65th St (646-358-1360) • pier1.com

  • Vidushi Gupta Broken copper antique charger plate, $39, at aniika.com

  • Dagan Design Puzzle wine racks, $70 each, at Module R, 141 Atlantic Ave between Clinton and Henry Sts, Brooklyn Heights (718-360-9304, module-r.com)

  • Paper Source Ikat tiered apron, $37, at Paper Source, locations throughout the city; visit paper-source.com

  • Ten Thousand Villages Holy Land Sands candleholder and sand from Israel, $34, at tenthousandvillages.com

  • Pretty Smitten 8.5” x 11” Lucite tray (personalized with up to three characters), $60, at prettysmitten.com

  • Bar III Oracle Print pillow, $70; and Axis Print pillow, $70; both at Macy’s, 151 W 34th St at Seventh Ave (212-695-4400, macys.com)

  • French Bull Ziggy melamine cake stand and knife, $40 at frenchbull.com

  • Alessi La Rosa bowl, $85, at Alessi, 130 Greene St at Prince St (212-941-7300) • 30 E 60th St between Madison and Park Aves (212-317-9880) • alessi.com

  • Sur La Table Tovolo Spatulart Flex Egg turner, $13, at Sur La Table, locations throughout the city; visit surlatable.com

  • Marimekko Rati Riti Ralla coasters, four for $39, at Marimekko, 200 Fifth Ave between 23rd and 24th Sts (212-843-9121)

  • Times Two Designs marbled lacquer box with pyrite, $220, at shopten25.com

  • Nate Berkus at Target faceted platters, $30 each, at Target, locations throughout the city; visit target.com

  • Michael Graves Design Cruciform pepper mill, $45, at JCPenney, Manhattan Mall, 100 W 33rd St at Sixth Ave (212-295-6120, jcpenney.com)

  • Kate Spade New York Two of a Kind top-hat ice bucket, $80, at Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave at 59th St (212-705-2000, bloomingdales.com)

  • Photograph: Scott Goodwin

    Scandinavian wool blankets, $50 each, at HomeGoods, 795 Columbus Ave at 100th St (212-280-6303)

  • Molly M Designs metallic leather coasters, four for $45, at Beam, 240 Kent Ave at North 1st St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (917-434-2302, beambk.com)

  • Hester & Cook Design Archival Perfect Setting paper place mats, pad of 50 for $22, at libastyle.com

  • Jonathan Adler MEGA CALORIFIC Vice canister, $110, at Jonathan Adler, locations throughout the city; visit jonathanadler.com

  • Yedi Houseware stackable tea tower, $30, at Module R, 141 Atlantic Ave between Clinton and Henry Sts, Brooklyn Heights (718-360-9304, module-r.com)

  • Gama-Go Inc. Beats Per Minute kitchen timer, $15, at modcloth.com

  • Pier 1 Imports mosaic glass vase, $50, at Pier 1 Imports, 71 Fifth Ave at 15th St (212-206-1911) • 1110 Third Ave at 65th St (646-358-1360) • pier1.com

  • Kiki D’silva Geometry 5’ x 3.5’ area rug, $300, at uncommongoods.com

  • Tovolo tea infuser, $10, at Sur La Table, locations throughout the city; visit surlatable.com

  • Elecom circular LED desktop lamp with USB port, $149, at AC Gears, 69 E 8th St at Broadway (212-260-2269, acgears.com)

  • Parul Bajoria pure silk 16” x 16” thin-striped cushion cover, $28, at aniika.com

  • Ten Thousand Villages Honeycomb desk lamp, $49, at tenthousandvillages.com

Photograph: Jennifer Arnow

On model: Haute Hippie French terry sweatshirt with chain shoulder details, $295, at hautehippie.com; Dittos Jessica low-rise legging jeans, $89, at amazon.com

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