Whether you’re buying for your grandma or your other half, couples or kids, here’s a beautiful selection of homeware, food, fashion, beauty and more priced up to £50...
And don’t miss the £10 and under stocking fillers.
UMD X Opening Ceremony’s new customisable collection includes this divine Merino beanie (£45, FarFetch).
Noble Isle uses fine local ingredients from the UK and Ireland for its luxury bath and body collection, including “forced rhubarb” from a Yorkshire farm (£20, Noble Isle).
This pure cotton festive sleepsuit and matching hat is all the adorable (£14, John Lewis).
Wow a party host with Maik London’s geometric birch tray, made at a family-run factory in Sweden (£38, Maik London).
Benefit’s staples for cheeks, brows, lashes and eyes - plus brushes - come in an irresistibly cheery collectable tin (£29.50, Boots).
A chic festive bloom in a classic gold pot (£25, Marks & Spencer stores).
Bobbi Brown’s limited edition London palette features three warm, creamy eye shades, a rich navy shadow and a peachy-pink blush (£45, Harrods).
The Swiss Army Knife of beard groomers. Groomarang is a comb, template and styler in one, for beard and stubble wearers to shape their neck, cheek and jaws (£12.99, Groomarang).
A box at breakfast time typically means cereal - but this Christmas delivery provides a luxury full English for two (£18.95, Farmison).
Give me gin and tonic. It takes 22 hand-foraged botanicals and 17 hours of distilling to make The Botanist so beguiling (£33, The Botanist).
Two presents in one - not only do these miniature American legends tick the Christmas booze box, they're an ideal shortcut to becoming a bourbon connoisseur (£36.95, The Whisky Exchange).
Toollaly’s vibrant kingfisher earrings are super light (£40, Toolally).
Sock it to him
Kick the boring out of cotton socks with monochrome jacquard footwarmers from cool Italian label Marcelo Burlon (£36, Marcelo Burlon).
Branch on the Park’s bracelets are handmade in east London using tiny crystals linked with positive energies and finished with symbolic charms (£25, Branch on the Park).
Treat the serious tea-drinker to a glitzy art deco-inspired walled glass and New York Breakfast brew from cult Australian brand T2 (£45, T2).
Forget Trivial Pursuit and liven up the festive lull with Pie Face Showdown - just add whipped cream (£21.99, Argos).
Soothe and calm
Pimp bathtime with the Clean Beauty Co’s glorious blend of four natural minerals and oils (£20, Clean Beauty Co).
Purrfect pet food
Brighten your pet’s life (and your kitchen) with Alessi’s Tigrito adorable food and water bowls for cats - or dogs (£49.95, Utility Design).
A clutch with shock factor (£25, Very).
LittleLife's novel ladybird luggage holds up to 20 litres (£35.99, Go Outdoors).
British designer Laura Queening’s ethical wardrobe classics are handmade by disadvantaged craftspeople in Nepal (£25 each, Aura Que).
Nice bit of kit
Professional grade. Carbon. Titanium. Words equally powerful when applied to cars, bikes and, erm, trimmers (£37.95, Amazon).
Scribblers can colour the jungle on their insulated lunch bag (£10.94, British Library).
The Kirkgate Mini in Alexa Chung’s Archive for M&S is both gorgeous and machine washable (£35, Marks & Spencer).
Shake up cocktail hour with a copper and gold cup designed to keep contents at the optimum temperature (£30, Royal Greenwich Museum).
Spend Christmas Crafternoon crocheting a sausage dog (£12, Button Bag).
Merry and bright
These seamless jumpers are made from ethical Royal Alpaca, aka cashmere for kids (£30, Plum of London).
Stylish handmade needle books for crafty types (£12, Livinglongingly).
Lekue’s new batter shaker makes cooking pancakes and crepes speedier and smoother (£29.90, Lekue).