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Inside/Out: The Giving Season 2019

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For the Home

Four golden rings? Maybe not quite the holiday classic, but we still say these brass napkin holders in different geometric shapes are something to sing about. $28 for the set, West Elm. Holiday napkin, $1.99, World Market, multiple locations, worldmarket.com

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

While Milk + Honey is best-known for its personal care items, the home products also make wonderful gifts. Spread a little cheer with the gift set of balsam fir-clove-cinnamon hand soap and home fragrance spray. $38, Milk + Honey.

Breakfast is a little more luxe with the Bistro Tile bread plate and petite butter dish, which holds half a stick. Add the perfect croissant (Central Market makes minis) for a très chic morning. Plate, $10; butter dish, $22; both from Anthropologie.

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

These striped tumblers with gold rims make a striking addition to any table or bar cart. We can even picture them used as vases for a pavé of roses. $17 each, LTO.

This oversize painted wooden bowl by an Aspen artist begs for everything and nothing. It’s beautiful on its own, but also would make a fine place to stash the daily mail. $375, House Essential.

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Give the gift of contemporary art with these Ginger Walker prints in Lucite frames. Available at Park + Eighth in two sizes, 10 by 12 inches, $125; and 5 by 7 inches, $50.

Find your own design muse in Rooms With a History: Interiors and Their Inspirations by British architect/interior designer/photographer Ashley Hicks. The author looks at the places and things that inspire and amuse, along with designs and objects of the past that served as source material — be it color, pattern or texture. $60, rizzoli.com or your favorite bookseller.

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Beatriz Ball always will be loved for its aluminum collections, but we’re partial to the new Vida Nube melamine pieces, which have a matte finish that resembles bisque porcelain. The footed designs are versatile enough to use as ice buckets, salad bowls or oversize vases for flowers. Price range from $39 to $65, LTO.

Overland’s alpaca wool-blend throw blankets are lightweight yet efficient at keeping the chill away. We love the bold colors and generous size,
80 inches long and 65 inches wide. $159 each, Overland.

Photo courtesy of Overland

Photo by Aaron Dougherty

A pair of tumblers and a carafe pay homage to style icon Iris Apfel. The lead-free crystal pieces feature slashes of color and a modern aesthetic. Beak collection, $248, Neiman Marcus.

THE DETAILS

Anthropologie University Park Village, 1540 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, 817-870-1842; Southlake Town Square, 266 Grand Ave., 817-310-6404; anthropologie.com House Essential 4696 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 817-737-2000, houseessential.com LTO 411 S. Main St., Fort Worth, 817-720-5454, ltofw.com Milk + Honey The Shops at Clearfork, 5160 Marathon Ave., Fort Worth, 682-235-2325, milkandhoneyspa.com
West Elm Crockett Row at West 7th, 2869 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, 817-810-9078, westelm.com Neiman Marcus The Shops at Clearfork, 5200 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 817-738-3581, neimanmarcus.com LTO 411 S. Main St., Fort Worth, 817-720-5454, ltofw.com Overland Sundance Square, 115 W. 2nd St., Fort Worth, 817-820-0701, overland.com Park+Eighth 4804 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 682-708-3838, parkandeighth.com