Shopping procrastinators, don’t panic! These last-minute design gifts will make any dad — and living space — feel special.
This handy powder-coated steel toolbox is made in Japan by TOYO and features a tight ring and snap closure. Handle at top with slight camber to fit more tools.
Author Dora Lardelli takes the reader on a journey through Chanel and Hitchcock’s favorite haunts and the hidden parties at Badrutt’s Palace where royalty goes to play, without forgetting the natural beauty, village charm and architectural mastery that define it. St. Moritz also takes readers on a majestic tour of its special events, from Winter Olympics to the annual Snow Polo World Cup, as well as the summertime Jazz Festival and the British Classic Car Meeting.
If you long for an aromatic environment but balk at the inconvenience and artificiality of so many candles and diffusers, these cast porcelain branches — made in Limoges, France, by a centuries-old company — can be anointed with a few drops of essential oil that slowly diffuse into the air. This set, complete with a solid wood base handcrafted by a Texan woodworker, comes with steam-distilled essential oil of palo santo, made from a wild wood widely used in ritual purifications, but you can substitute any essential oil of your choosing. The branches can also be used, sans oil or base, as a decorative accent.
A treasure that can be passed down for decades, this square tray sculpted from a unique Italian Calacatta Viola marble varying in tone from off-white to rose and maroon by award-winning designer Michaël Verheyden is the embodiment of innovation, craftsmanship and clean-cut, purified design.
This embroidered textile is carefully applied to a linen substrate and bordered with a traditional linen-covered mat and offered in four framing options: black, white, and maple mouldings in a modern cap, and lucite. The signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.