By Mia Mercado,
What do you get for the hard-to-shop-for friend? Or the sibling who has everything? Or the parent who insists they don't want anything but you know you should still get them something? We’ve all been spending way more time inside, and that’s only about to get more true as colder weather hits, so why not give someone a home gift for the holidays?
High on the list: anything decor-related. An accent piece like a pillow or a candle adds a little something special to any space. Likewise, gifts that make cleaning easier are nothing short of a miracle. After months of hurriedly hiding any Zoom-visible clutter, anything that can help keep a home tidy will be welcome, too. (Plus, you unlock a new level of adulthood every time you get a little too excited about a new cleaning product — you’ll basically be giving the gift of feeling like a grown-up.)
22k Gold Nightclub Map of Harlem Candle, Harlem Candle Company
This limited-edition candle is a clever gift for someone who loves songs from Harlem Renaissance, or anyone who appreciates a good aroma. It combines blackcurrant, jasmine, and sandalwood scents and features a gold design of the 1932 “Nightclub Map of Harlem” illustration by E. Simms Campbell. Plus, when the candle's gone, you can clean out the container and repurpose it as a cool cocktail glass.
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