Give a gift they’ll use every day with a chic, functional piece for their home. Here are 10 picks, all under $75.

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Give a gift they’ll use every day with a chic, functional piece for their home.

Here are 10 picks, all under $75.

UNDER $25

Instax Monogram Glitter Frame ($6 at urbanoutfitters.com). Get their initials or spell out a word with a set of these glitter-topped frames. Bonus points if you print out some shots from their Instagram account before giving.

Areaware Contour Key Ring ($16 at areaware.com). Who says key rings can’t be cool? These brass styles come in bold, oversized shapes to make them easy to find in a tote, and hard to lose around the house.

Shino Takeda Salt Spoon ($18 at shop-generalstore.com). Brooklyn ceramicist Shino Takeda makes these gorgeous kitchen accessories from colored clay, finished with a layer of glaze for a completely original foodie gift.

Instax Monogram Glitter Frames, $6 each
Instax Monogram Glitter Frames, $6 each

UNDER $50

Bailey Doesn’t Bark Ring Cone ($30 at clementinestore.myshopify.com). She’ll never lose a dainty ring again with one of these sleek porcelain cones. Slight variations in the handmade pieces mean she’ll get a one-of-a-kind gift.

Local and Lejos Karongo Basket ($36 at localandlejos.com). This multifunctional piece can hold miscellaneous items in a bathroom, bedroom or kitchen. It looks great on a side table or tucked into a bookshelf. And each piece sold supports cooperative artisans in Rwanda.

Laurel Canyon Dreaming Milky Way with Constellations Antique Celestial Print ($17–$76.60 at etsy.com/shop/LaurelCanyonDreaming). Handmade in Los Angeles, this dreamy print is available in five sizes in sophisticated black and white.

Hay Candle Holder ($45 at stevenalan.com). Channel old-fashioned candle holders with this decidedly modern take in copper over steel wire. It will dress up a mantel, or can serve as a streamlined centerpiece.

UNDER $75

Riess Enamel Canisters ($58 at joinerynyc.com). If there’s a baker or hyper-organizer on your list, they will flip for these retro-cute canisters from Austrian enamelware company Riess. The ash wood lids provide an airtight seal and have a lip for secure stacking.

Clockwise from top left: Diptyque Sapin Scented Candle, $70; Riess Enamel Canisters, $58; Hay Candle  Holder, $45
Clockwise from top left: Diptyque Sapin Scented Candle, $70; Riess Enamel Canisters, $58; Hay Candle Holder, $45

Diptyque Sapin Scented Candle ($70 at Nordstrom). Citrus and woodsy notes combine to create a perfect scent for the holidays. And the green, floral design adds to the holiday spirit with style.

Replaceface Throw Pillows ($65 at The Palladian Hotel, downtown, and society6.com). Featured in the rooms of the new boutique hotel, these cheeky pillows feature celebrities such as David Bowie, Bill Murray and Mr. T clad in classic military garb.

ShopNW staff contributed to this story.