Unique gift ideas to dazzle and delight your Valentine…
Toast your enduring love with Christofle’s red crystal champagne flutes. The GRAPHIK line has a contemporary flair and celebratory vibe. $190.
Etched with hearts, flowers and phrases like “Je t’Aime,” Christofle’s silver plated GRAFFITI tray will appeal to the younger set as well as pop art devotees, and can be used as a display or serving tray. $420.
Boston Luxury Beds’ premium luxury beds are the ultimate splurge for Valentine’s Day and the perfect joint gift. Its bespoke Hästens, TempurPedic, Vispring and Aireloom beds not only get you an optimal night’s rest; they also invite you to snuggle up together. Sounds like breakfast in bed (and lunch… and dinner…) is in order. Pricing varies.
Give your home the look of love this holiday. We’re sweet on Anthony Catalfano Home’s hot pink patterned throw pillows, red votives and conversational display trays. Line up a few truffles and chocolate-dipped berries on those slender slate trays. Pricing varies.
Keep your sweetheart cozy. Nantucket Looms’ handwoven Rose Quartz mohair throw is exceptionally soft and simply exquisite. Perhaps the most well known of all their Main Street Studio’s handwovens, this gift is sure to be received with open arms. $460.
Photo by Barbara Clarke
Artist Elizabeth Braun and Nantucket Looms salute the Sailor’s Valentines of yesteryear, with her artful one-of-a-kind arrangements of Nantucket and Caribbean seashells in cherry wood frames. Sailor’s Valentines were originally purchased by sailors during their long sea voyages in the South Pacific Islands during the 1800’s and presented to their beloveds upon their return. $1,000.
Hingham’s La Petite Maison features pretty-in-pink cosmetic cases for travel in two sizes. Fill them with their fragrant milled soaps and whisk her away for the weekend. $68 large cosmetic case, $28 mini.
Win the heart of the board game enthusiast in your life with this chunky Tic-Tac-Toe game available at Chatham Interiors, Inc. Its Xs and Os take on new meaning at Valentine’s Day displayed for all to see. $150.
Dress your table for two to impress; The Cottage carries red, polka-dotted Vietri serveware, as well as festive heart-shaped dishes. Pretty rose floral arrangements in sets of 4 or in singles provide the perfect finishing touch. $96 large red bowl, $22 small bowls, $40 heart plate, $69 set of four rose florals, $25 single rose floral.
What’s a romantic dinner without candlesticks? Purveyor of European Antiques & Interiors Dillon & Company carries crystal sparklers that reflect the light as well as metal candlesticks with a pewter look to illuminate traditional tables. $495 crystal, $190 metal.
Tell her she’s an angel with Dillon & Company’s antique cherubs. These figures hail from 18th-century France, are fashioned in solid lead and are the "real deal," says owner Gillian Dillon. $250 each.
Speaking of angels… Titled Angels Vase, this Cambodian ceramic vessel by artist Yary Livan is part of Three Stones Gallery’s current show “Views from the East.” The inspired gift is beautiful on its own or filled with long-stemmed blooms.