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Elegant in gold-and-white glass, the Nest Holiday candle is a bestseller thanks to the enticing aroma of pomegranate, mandarin orange, pine, clove and cinnamon with a hint of vanilla and amber. Find a store on the website.
Artist Stephen Wilson mixes items such as an Hermès box with traditional embroidery, paint, photography, laser engraving, 3D printing and more to create unique works of art. Encased in Lucite boxes to protect the delicate work, the pieces are meant to mix and match. These 5-by-5-inch pieces can sit on a table or hang on a wall; each is signed and dated on the back.
$300 each, You Are Here
More than 400 gorgeous photos showcase the work of 100 of the best and most creative interior designers and decorators in the business. With a look at both rising stars and known names, By Design: The World’s Best Contemporary Interior Designers is a covetable coffee table book.
$75, phaidon.com or your favorite bookseller
Domain XCIV 3100 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, 817-336-1994, domainxciv.com
Kendall Davis Clay 305 W. Daggett Ave., Fort Worth, 214-395-1653, kendalldavisclay.com
Overland Sundance Square, 115 W. 2nd St., Fort Worth, 817-820-0701, overland.com
You Are Here 5109 Pershing Ave., Fort Worth, 817-862-7466, youareherefw.com
The Give Back
In the season of fireside cheer, brighten the days of those with less comfortable lives by donating to a local shelter or nonprofit. Consider a gift to Trinity Habitat for Humanity, with its mission of home ownership, or give to any service organization that speaks to your heart: Presbyterian Night Shelter, Union Gospel Mission and Arlington Life Shelter are all worthy.