Right Hat’s 2019 Favorite Things
The holidays are right around the corner. Do you know what you’re giving to everyone on your list? If not, maybe we can help. Get inspired by these unique ideas that are sure to bring a smile.
1. Hang out in style
Gift a modern classic with the iconic Eames coat rack. It’s a functional piece of art that will stand the test of time.
2. Adidas x Missoni
Co-branding is having a moment. And these kicks are so amazing that you might want to grab a pair for yourself.
3. It’s your move
A Keith Haring chess set from the MoMA design store has got to be one of the coolest gifts we’ve seen.
4. Design that is cool and clean
And warm. This Dyson air purifier, space heater and cooling fan all in one is everything wrapped up in one beautiful design.
5. Customized reel viewer
Celebrate days gone by with this grown-up version of one of childhood’s greatest gadgets. Send in personal photos and give a gift that will be remembered.
6. Nesting instinct
These adorable nesting dolls, created by a Swedish illustrator and designer, are a piece of art that’s full of life and personality.
7. Ghost cube puzzle
An artful take on a classic puzzle by designer Uwe Meffert. Don’t worry if you can’t figure it out, because it looks just as cool unsolved as solved.
8. Drop the mic…and bounce it
Toss this gift to a co-worker, a boss or someone who could use a little more fun. This interactive microphone by Qball can lighten the mood in almost any kind of meeting.
9. Score one for the home team
An upgrade from the plastic hoop over the door or trash bin, this mirror art piece is fun and unexpected.
10. Personal stories
A personalized book is sure to be a treasure for that special child. Wonderbly has ideas for multiple ages and interests. It’s a great way to instill the joy of reading and to show how much you care.
11. 2D in a 3D world
People will do a double-take when they see this fun accessory. Designed to look two-dimensional, this backpack will definitely make an impression.
12. Shine bright
For the outdoor enthusiast on your list, this solar power bank may be exactly what they didn’t know they needed. It’s also a Qi portable charger, flashlight and compass.
13. Give twice as much
We’re taking one of our ideas from Oprah’s 2018 Favorite Things list. This electric bike rides like a dream—no sweat! With each purchase, Story Bike will donate a bike to someone in need.
14. Snacks of the month
What fun to get a box full of yummy and healthy snacks every month! And Love With Food donates meals with each box. It’s a great way to show you care while making a difference.
15. Minimalist sculpture or water bottle?
Whether on an office desk or bedside table, this water bottle will help them hydrate in style.
16. A mini getaway?
Away Travel’s Mini is a chic way to pack small items or toiletries. Made with the same ultra-cool vibe and durable shell as Away’s larger bags, it comes in several colors and is the perfect gift for the road warrior or wannabe.
17. Slim fit
This perfectly A5-sized bottle holds 25 ounces of water, fitting easily into a backpack or briefcase. So, no more excuses about not getting your daily fluid intake.
18. For that friend who’s always yawning
Oura’s sleep ring tracks sleep quality, heart rate and other factors that contribute to a restful night. It pairs easily with a phone and will help your friend get better zzzzzs.
19. Artful play
Perfect for the creative types on your gift list, these MetStore artist action figures are quirky and fun to play with. While we are partial to Magritte’s use of the iconic hat, there are six other artists who are also sure to delight.
20. A perfect blend
Form and function combine in this artful Japanese ceramic coffee dripper. The design brings out
the rich umami flavor of the coffee and is an homage to modern minimalism.
21. Make an impression
Here’s a way to take home-baked pies and cookies to the next level. Any baker will appreciate these beautiful laser-cut, patterned, embossed rolling pins.
22. Color blocking
These colorful knife blocks are filled with food-safe bamboo skewers so they won’t dull knives when stored. Shouldn’t every kitchen have a pop of color?