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Holiday Goodies In The Hamptons

By HRES Staff Writer - November 30, 2017

East End-based interior designer Debra Gildersleeve strives to create beautifully crafted interiors for discerning clients. In touch with changing trends, she recreates everything from single living spaces to an entire abode to bring your design visions to life, using beautiful yet functional pieces like this Emente Ottoman Stool. Crafted from mango wood in a whitewashed finish with bold mirrored features on each side that adds a contemporary touch to this rustic piece. It’s the perfect accent piece for your décor loving friend.

From her Beauty and the Beasts line comes Stella Flame’s show stopping rhodium plated rings bejeweled gold butterflies (and other creatures) flanking semiprecious stones. These statement rings transcend fashion vagaries as a strong and popular category across all age groups. Meticulously designed to tell a story, these unique pieces are sure to wow the lucky lady who dons them this season.

Whether you like them inside or outside, or maybe both, potted plants need a pretty home too. Glazed pottery in cool shades and neutral tones in all sizes are a fit as a garden accent or house plant holder, making it easy to show off the work of your green thumb. It’s a gift that will surprise, please, and inspire. All that is left to decide is what to plant.

Candles come in all shapes, scents, and sizes, and when you’re looking for a universally appealing gift, this is it. This mercury glass votive candle gives off scents of tropical fruits and sugared citrus will fill the room for days with more than 30 hours of burning time. Simple and small, it’s a great little something to add the finishes touches to your holiday shopping.

Penguin Books and Puffin in Bloom are among the publishers offering up the classics in new beautifully cloth bound volumes. Jane Austen, Roald Dahl, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Homer, and more with colorful modern covers are joined by all the favorites you should read again. Though you should never judge a book by its cover, these classics will be hard to pass up. Bookworms will rejoice this holiday season with single books and boxsets.

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