Our go-to place for the luxest in home décor gifts? Vancouver’s Livingspace, where everything from lighting and accessories to kitchen and closet solutions is available to make a more stylish home. Below, our top picks for last-minute luxury home décor gifts, available online, that any interior lover will be delighted to find under the tree this Christmas. —Vita Daily
Bosa recently presented its new project dedicated to nature and endangered species. To underline Bosa’s commitment to endangered animals, a percentage of the proceeds from the sales of this Dab Penguin by Vittorio Gennari ($1,495) and the Panda by Elena Salmistraro will be donated to the WWF. Designed using the low-poly technique, this ceramic penguin is defined by a few lines, while its facets are emphasized by the introduction of precious metal enamel.
Mickey Mouse ($6,600) takes on a new life through the distinct creativity of Elena Salmistraro and the manufacturing excellence of Italian design brand Bosa Ceramics. The project by Bosa Trade was conceived to celebrate 90 years of a true Icon, Mickey Mouse. The result exudes timeless energy whilst making Mickey the star of the collaboration. Handmade in Italy, this limited edition sculpture features a ceramic body with hand-painted details and gold highlights.
The QlockTwo Surface Qolor ($2,525) offers entry into the world of QlockTwo. An excellent design object, available in five bright colours, handcrafted in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany and with options to wall-mount or place on a tabletop.
Alessi’s 9091 kettle ($450) has a melodic whistle made of brass in a shape that has never been seen before and consisting of two small vents in which the tuners that reproduce the notes mi and si are inserted.