Embrace the festive season’s luxurious textures of velvet, marble, bronze, and glass with gifts that warm any home.
Bon Bon jars and containers in bright color combinations designed by Helle Mardahl featured at the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2023 furniture fair for the Doppia Firma exhibition.

Helle Mardahl Glasswork

At the Salone del Mobile.Milano 2023 furniture fair, the Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship paired artisans with sponsors for their Doppia Firma exhibition. Among the highlights was the glasswork of Danish designer Helle Mardahl, who presented a series of whimsical Bon Bon jars and containers in cheery color combinations. $465–$3,850; hellemardahl.com

New Petit Bella baby blankets from Bella Notte Linens in different shades of teal are incredibly soft and luxurious and come in variety of styles, including quilted silk velvet.

Bella Notte Linens Blankets

New Petit Bella baby blankets from Bella Notte Linens are the epitome of infant luxury, and they make great lap blankets for adults. Offerings include (from top) quilted silk velvet edged in satin, a Harlow cotton velvet trimmed with silk charmeuse, another quilted velvet, and the 100-percent linen Whisper Baby blanket with 5-inch ruffle trim. Various colors available. From $280; bellanottelinens.com

Swedish designer, Anni Cernea's Cliffhanger vases are mouth-blown crystal vases balanced on different types of marble blocks. The vases have a variety of flowers in them.

Anni Cernea Crystal Vases

For her Cliffhanger vases, Sweden-based designer Anni Cernea derived inspiration from modernist glass houses cantilevered over cliffs. Similarly, these mouth-blown crystal vases (there are also bowls and drinkware) seem precariously perched on the edge of marble blocks in various colors, including two kinds of veined white stone, plus green, pink, and black. $536; annicernea.com

Inspired by Brutalist architecture, the Charlecote green marble bowl from Soho Home features a ridged design and an elegant sculptural form sits on a light peach background.

Soho Home Marble Bowl

The ridged architectural detail on the Brutalist building that contains 180 House, one of the Soho House private member clubs in London, was the jumping-off point for the Charlecote marble bowl from Soho Home. The green marble and elegant sculptural form of the bowl make it an interesting accessory piece on its own or filled with fruit or dry food (not safe for wet food). $585; sohohome.com

The Candle Table Lamp from Blue Green Works is a modern take on the candelabra, featuring a minimalist, triple-armed design crafted of stainless steel on a white background.

Blue Green Works Table Lamp

Candelabras date back to classical antiquity. But this electrified Candle Table Lamp from Blue Green Works is thoroughly modern: a minimalist, triple-armed design crafted of stainless steel by a workshop in upstate New York that specializes in custom bicycle frames and motorcycle parts. It is available with or without bronze brazed joints and comes with three LED bulbs. $2,800; bluegreenworks.com

Frette's Naturalismo collection includes pillowcases and a sheet set distinguished by its luxurious natural hue, imbued through an exclusive, entirely organic dyeing process.

Frette Sheets

With the release of its Naturalismo collection, Frette becomes a force in the 100-percent-organic-cotton sheet category. Fibers are cleaned using sustainable processes, spun, and colored with dye derived from organic, dried poppy petals. Dye plants are composted or made into pellets and, on behalf of the product launch, the company supported financially Mexico’s Michoacán monarch butterfly habitat. From $4,825; frette.com

Sophie Dries created Olfactory Column for Maison D’ORSAY. The column consists of a cork cylinder that sits in a base of a stone. The cork is sprayed with fragrance.

Maison D’ORSAY Fragrance

French architect and designer Sophie Dries has invented a new way of perfuming interiors. The Olfactory Column, made exclusively for Maison D’ORSAY in Paris, consists of a cork cylinder that sits in a base of either travertine, selenite, green onyx, or turned limewood. Each package comes with a different fragrance that is sprayed onto the cork about once a week. $240–$457, depending on base material; dorsay.com

Anna Rabinowicz and Talia Fine of Talianna Home create a new collection of tableware. The 4 colorful trays feature gold accents that represent a lily pad's veins.

Talianna Home Tableware

Mother-daughter designers Anna Rabinowicz and Talia Fine of Talianna Home looked to patterns of resilient Amazonian lily pads for their new collection of tableware. The line includes coasters, catchall trays, platters, a three-tiered stand, plates, and bowls, all with the plant’s veins rendered in 24-karat gold. Various limited-edition base colors are available: white, pink, lilac, sky blue, and plum. $50–$300; taliannahome.com

Cynthia Rowley's Wild & Refined deck of cards juxtaposes bright color and pattern, while Armani/Casa's Tale is both a tarot- and playing-cards with models in Armani couture.

Cynthia Rowley and Armani/Casa Playing Cards

The latest category for fashion designers to explore? Extra-large playing cards. Both Cynthia Rowley (in partnership with Beringer Vineyards) and Armani/Casa have produced decks of oversize cards bearing imagery emblematic of their brands. Rowley’s Wild & Refined deck juxtaposes bright color and pattern with elegant silhouettes and incorporates Beringer iconography. Armani/Casa’s Tale is both a tarot- and playing-card deck and bears models in Armani couture surrounded by Armani textiles and furnishings. $35, Wild & Refined; beringer.com. $350, Tale; armanicasa.com

Designed by Italian sculptor Osanna Visconti for Clubroom, a collection of leaf-shaped candleholders made from bronze using the ancient lost-wax casting technique.

Clubroom Candleholders

Italian metal sculptor and designer Osanna Visconti created a capsule collection of candleholders for Clubroom, an offshoot of the popular online gallery Invisible Collection. Foglie means “leaves” in Italian, which is what these forms recall. They’re cast from natural bronze using the ancient lost-wax casting technique and come in three sizes. $510–$610 ($1,660 set); theinvisiblecollection.com