Skip the frantic present buying this year and stock up on quirky and beautifully designed goodies. We have found the most stylish gift ideas that even the hardest people to buy for will love. Take a look...1.For the stylish puzzle lover: Brass Puzzle from The Cool HunterComprised of six notched brass bars to create a unified 'jack' shape, this Brass Puzzle interlocks in only one way. Let your puzzle loving family member or friend take this apart, then try to figure out how to put it back together. It doubles as a paperweight and sculpture too!
2. For the stylish bookworm: Kristina Dam Studio Book End SculptureLet that book lover organise their collection in style with these marble bookends by Danish design house, Kristina Dam Studio. Both a sculpture and a bookend, these marble pieces play with shape and repetition.
3. For the stylish furry friend: Tiffany & Co collarsWho said your pet can't look as stylish as you? Tiffany & Co have the solution, with pet accessories crafted from Italian leather and finished with custom hardware for a luxurious look and feel. You might just want to ensure you have it engraved on the back with your address, as the front has the brand's signature inscription: "If found, please return to Tiffany & Co, New York."
4. For the stylish cook: Di Martino x Dolce & Gabbana Pasta Pack
Cook in style with a gift pack by the giants of the pasta world, Di Martino. They have collaborated with Dolce & Gabbana to create a fresh new look for their brand, celebrating the colours, symbols and monuments of Italy. The limited edition gift packs are a 'postcard from Italy' with 5 of the new-look packs of pasta and an apron designed by Dolce & Gabbana.
5. Home the stylish homebody: Tom Dixon Materialism home fragrance range
For a home fragrance that not only smells great, but looks stunning too, we love the new 'Materialism' range from Tom Dixon. Choose from 'Alloy' - gravity cast aluminium vessels, 'Oil' - glass vessels, mouth blown into a metal mould and painted with an iridescent finish, 'Quartz' - glass vessels that are pulled, pressed and stretched in unexpectedly complex shapes, and 'Stone' - marble vessels turned and polished to create a smooth, even finish.