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Editors’ Picks: 14 Valentine’s Gifts Ideas for 2024

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Editors’ Picks: 14 Valentine’s Gifts Ideas for 2024

February 12, 2024

For the ones you love, here are 14 Valentines to gift this year, from practical to fanciful, sweet nothings to grander romantic gestures…

modern love letters: margot loves the amour handkerchief by scarlette ateliers, 12
Above: Modern love letters: Margot loves the Amour Handkerchief by Scarlette Ateliers, 100 percent cotton and handmade in India; $19.50 from Bon Tucson.
we love these sweetly embroidered throw pillows from morrow soft goods (\$94).  13
Above: We love these sweetly Embroidered Throw Pillows from Morrow Soft Goods ($94). Choose from a heart, bow, toi moi, or something more personal: initials or a stitched name.
for the valentine whose love language is paper goods (as mine is): the letterpr 14
Above: For the Valentine whose love language is paper goods (as mine is): The Letterpress Flat Note Paper, “inspired by crisp French linens with delicate floral folk embroidery and block printed patterns,” is £25 for a set of 10 from Annie Brougham.
a sweet bundle: a soft knit facecloth (knitted from \100 percent organic cotton 15
Above: A sweet bundle: a Soft Knit Facecloth (knitted from 100 percent organic cotton yarn in Denmark, shown here in Light Madder, £7.50 from Wax Atelier), and a Homework Soap Bar in Pink Clay, sold separately ($14 from Likewise).

Above: Margot introduced us to the work of Arnold d’Alger, who hand-paints vintage porcelain he finds in French bric-a-brac shops with gold. We like these heart plates, at left—called Un Jour, Un Coeur—€30 each from Bazar d’Alger. Or, have Arnold personalize a piece (at right) with “a word to inscribe, a memory, a wish or a dream,” from €40.

for the pragmatic valentine who secretly has a romantic streak, a french market 18
Above: For the pragmatic Valentine who secretly has a romantic streak, a French Market Bag in Brick by Normandy-based Filt, makers of “woven cotton bags, fishing nets, ropes, candle wicks and other woven cotton goods since 1860.” The bag is $20 from French Dry Goods.
julie loves the pink rinka mug, made in japan by kaneko kohyo, \$40 for just th 19
Above: Julie loves the pink Rinka Mug, made in Japan by Kaneko Kohyo, $40 for just the mug or $60 for mug and saucer from ARJ Los Angeles. (Also available from RW Guild.)
for the valentine you want to splash out on (or for yourself): the p. le moult  20
Above: For the Valentine you want to splash out on (or for yourself): The P. Le Moult Pajama Set in Red Stripes is $235 from Bon in Tucson.
&#8\2\20;i&#8\2\17;ve always wanted a really nice umbrella,&#8\2\2\ 21
Above: “I’ve always wanted a really nice umbrella,” says Justine. “This one’s so pretty in blush pink.” The Carl Dagg Umbrella is made in Sweden; $184 from Clove and Creek.
we&#8\2\17;ve got our eye on embroidered socks lately. a pick from margot:  22
Above: We’ve got our eye on embroidered socks lately. A pick from Margot: the Maria La Rosa Floral Embroidered Sock in Red Daisy, $52 for a pair from Vestige.
a perennial favorite: hay&#8\2\17;s pink candle holder in borosilicate glas 23
Above: A perennial favorite: Hay’s Pink Candle Holder in borosilicate glass, $35 (and the taller Flare Glass Candle Holder, too).
julie has her eye on the beguiling handmade ceramic pomegranate by manousos cer 24
Above: Julie has her eye on the beguiling Handmade Ceramic Pomegranate by Manousos Ceramics: “the Greek symbol of love,” she says. It’s $59 from Mouki Mou.
&#8\2\20;i&#8\2\17;m not a fan of fragrance, but i like the idea of thi 25
Above: “I’m not a fan of fragrance, but I like the idea of this body oil with a scent described as a mix of Japanese hinoki and Siberian fir,” says Fan. Wonder Valley’s Hinoki Body Oil is $85 from Lindquist.
a delightfully old fashioned brass match case holds 40 safety matches and has & 26
Above: A delightfully old-fashioned Brass Match Case holds 40 safety matches and has “two different striking surfaces—match striker paper and knurled brass, which is perfect for when the paper is done.” It’s $38 from Mersea.

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