Check out the full Hunker Holiday Gift Guide for more ideas and inspo. Whether you're shopping for midcentury modern lovers, ceramic fiends, self-proclaimed foodies, or budding astrologers, we can help.
Gifts that can be bought for just about anyone and any age group are the best kind of gifts. (Especially when Christmas is just one week away.) That's why we tapped Nazy Farnoosh, an LA-based fashion and beauty blogger who has perfected the art of gift-giving.
"I love versatile gifts that can be used on a daily basis by anyone, no matter their age, gender, or interests," she explains. "Plus, at the end of the day, the gifts that are used the most often are the most memorable."
Here, nine gift ideas from Nazy Farnoosh that will make your loved ones' lives just a bit happier and more comfortable.
"Milk frothers, because [they] make every latte and holiday drink so much better."
"What a genius invention for all the adults out there! Such an enjoyable (and LOL-inducing) gift."
"A diffuser is always a great gift because it's something everyone enjoys using to relax."
"These are my favorite candles — they smell delicious and they're such a nice gift for anyone. Candles are always a good idea."
"A warm cozy robe during the winter season is heaven-sent!"
"Sometimes an eye mask is all you need to get a full eight hour night, and this one comes with Bluetooth compatibility so they can be lulled to sleep by their favorite tunes. Time for some shut-eye."
"I'm clearly all about the cozy. I wear slippers around the house when it's cold and they save my toes."
"A good throw is perfect year-round and an amazing gift. I've received one every year and I'm obsessed with each one. They are perfect for the couch or bedroom!"
"An instant camera just screams memories. Gift one of these and just watch the smile on your receiver's face."
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.