Est Magazine Editor-In-Chief Sian MacPherson is channeling her inner greenie chic this festive season and shares a few tips to get you into the art of giving. Your family and friends will be sure to thank you.
A vase or a drinking glass, a salad bowl or a herb pot let them decide. Large Tumbler $26.90 and Wide Bowl $61.50 by Joost Bakker.
From hair ties to pot plant holders to bread baskets – these gold recycled, washable bags are sure to add a splash of razzle dazzle. Uashmama Paper Bag $35 Safari Living
This handcrafted stainless steel & resin carving set would go down a treat with the master carver in the household. Each piece is complete with the Laguiole trademark, the bee, and crafted to the highest of standards. Laguiole Flash Red Carving Set. Available at Temple & Webster $39.95
Be sure you’re the first thing they think of every time they hit the snooze button on a Monday morning. Beechwood Alarm Clock by Joan Damon $60.00 Available at Top3 by Design.
Don’t be fooled into thinking black soap won’t clean you – this bar of black beauty absorbs impurities from pores and removes dead skin cells all at once. Sort of Coal, Kuro Cube $35
Each year, Aesop releases a new range of seasonal gift kits linking to a theme. This year they are focusing on extinct or endangered birds. There are six kits available ranging from $60 to $170