Good-Looking Holiday Gifts for Bay Area Design Junkies
(Courtesy of Heath Ceramics, Super Simple, 3 Fish Studios, and General Store)

Good-Looking Holiday Gifts for Bay Area Design Junkies

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From funky soap dishes to decorative cutting boards, these handcrafted gifts were made for your design savvy friends and family.

Finding a present for a design lover can be quite the daunting task, but when you eventually do nail down the perfect gift, damn if it isn't satisfying. This holiday season, let us help you expedite this arduous process and skip straight to the good stuff with our picks of our favorite design-focused gifts from local Bay Area businesses, designers, and creators. Below you'll find everything from ceramic plates and vases to marble mirrors and postcard-sized pieces of art—all at different price points, and all exceptionally eye-catching.


Dish it up.

(Courtesy of Earthen)

From the woman-owned, San Francisco ceramic shop and studio Earthen, this stunning 11-inch plate, in a matte speckled glaze called Pebble, works both as a dinner plate when you buy a set or as a standout serving dish. // $60 at Earthen, 136 Fillmore St. (Duboce Triangle), earthen-shop.com

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