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62 Thoughtful Holiday Gifts Made in the Bay Area

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It's time to decide who's been naughty and who's been nice! And as always, we've got you covered with locally made gifts at every price point for everyone on your list.

Shop on to pick up local arts and crafts, eco-friendly puppy chew toys, tees for SF kids who like to represent, cookbooks, chemical-free makeup and skincare, go-anywhere gear, stompin' boots, artisanal coffee and eats, and even some epic experiences.

Happy holidays from the 7x7 team!


Gifts under $25

A must read for every badass woman and young feminist alike—and literally everyone else—Diana Kapp's Girls Who Run the World: 31 CEOs Who Mean Business provides the lowdown on must know business women, including a couple of San Francisco faces. // $17.99, barnesandnoble.com

Gifts Under $50

SF-based ceramicist Viviana Matsuda—better known as Mudwitch—crafts speckled squiggle mugs in every shade under the sun that are the perfect balance of whimsical meets functional. // $48, mudwitch.com

Gifts Under $100

Knock the gluten free eaters and vegans off your list all at once with this epic holiday gift basket from Wholesome Bakery—you just might have to make them share! Contents include everything from a pumpkin chocolate loaf to marzipan truffles to caramel cookie sandwiches—all plant based and GF of course. // $65, wholesomebakery.com

Gifts Under $150

(Courtesy of Fellow)

Fellow's Stagg EKG Electric Kettle—available in a variety of aesthetically pleasing colors—is a must for coffee connoisseurs. A variety of high tech features—think 60 minute hold mode, brew stopwatch, variable temperature control, and LCD screen—help create the perfect cup of joe. // $149, fellowproducts.com

Gifts Under $250

(Courtesy of MMClay)

The Rocky Bottom Bowl from MMClay is the perfect dinner party centerpiece or serving bowl. Choose from a glossy white, black, or buttermilk finish, and know that each hand carved and glazed bowl will be unique. // $185, mmclay.com

Gifts Under $500

(Courtesy of Heath Ceramics)

Winter vibes and Heath Ceramics abound at this Alpine Meadows Airbnb, impeccably designed by Heath Ceramics' duo Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic. Hit the nearby slopes by day, and cuddle around the stone fireplace by night. // Price varies by night, airbnb.com

Splurge-Worthy Gifts for the Really Special Someone

(Courtesy of Galanter & Jones)

San Francisco's Galanter & Jones has been getting us all hot and bothered over their heated furniture for years, even if the price points can be a little high. Now, in a democratic move (warm buns for all!), the San Francisco–based company has rolled out the Kosmos cast stone chair, a lighter weight and more affordable hot seat. Currently the lead time is 12 weeks but, trust us, those bums will be happy to wait. // $1,700, galanterandjones.com

// Special thanks to our partners at Urbana.

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