Love is in the air. And whether you're in a decades-long relationship or shopping for your BFF, there's something we can all agree on: V-day presents are tough. Sure, a heart-shaped plate or box of chocolates is wonderful, but — at the end of the day — all we want is a gift that can live in our home all year round. After all, nothing says "I love you" quite like a handmade Moroccan pouf, right? Here, 16 Valentine's Day gifts your sweetheart will love.
The perfect set to give clear glass water cups a well-deserved break.
For the chicest way to finally cross "Be more Zen" off the New Year's resolution list.
A pop of color the family room needs.
Perfect for jewelry, keys, or knick-knacks.
Pro tip: Include your favorite greenery already planted. (You'll be an instant hero.)
Just what the charcuterie doctor ordered.
A candle that smells as good as it looks.
Unquestionably modern and cool, this borosilicate mug is begging to be the morning's first choice.
Don't let your S.O. skimp on their vanity. A sleek tabletop mirror will instantly enhance their space.
Made in Portugal, these vessels are meant to be a combo of modern art and ceramics. The result is a range of bowls, vases, and pitchers that add a dash of spunk to any room.
Why listen to music on any old speaker when you can have a glowing speaker?
Inspired by our new VP Kamala Harris' purple ensemble at the inauguration, this amethyst cross-back apron will inspire your favorite chef to stay fearless in the kitchen. Plus, $5 from each apron sold will be donated to She Should Run, a non profit organization working to increase the number of women who run for public office.
Featuring a pop of sunny color that will trigger a smile every time your recipient sees it.
Here's to old-school productivity in the new year. Despite the name, this hourglass comes in increments of three minutes, 30 minutes, 90 minutes, and 120 minutes.
Nothing screams love like red wine glasses (and red wine, of course).
Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.