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The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Nester

Winter is high season for the nester in all of us—a warm blanket, beautiful music, a solid read and a nice warm pot of Earl Grey. For that reason we say "yes, please" to all of the above (and below).

Fruit Basket Teapot by Sanaa. A shiny, modern habitat for your tea, $270; at Design Within Reach, Denver, dwr.com


Iron Bear Bookends by Hudson Grace, $295; at hudsongracesf.com


Pieni Unikko Plywood Tray by Marimekko, 17" x 13", $63; us.marimekko.com


B&O Play Beolit 15 Bluetooth Speaker  in black, natural (shown), champagne, rose or blue, $599; at beoplay.com


COOP DPS Japan Blanket by Nathalie Du Pasquier and George Sowden, 100 percent wool, 55" x 79", $204; at zigzagzurich.com



BirdProject Soap
Inside each black bird-shaped soap is a smaller white ceramic bird, which is eventually freed by the daily act of washing your hands. The company donates 10 percent of its profits to the environmental cleanup and care of animals affected by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. $28; birdprojectsoap.bigcartel.com



Light Grey Rasta Pouf
"In just the right shade of pale gray, this bohemian pouf reminds me of the “mop dog” (aka the Komondor, a breed of dog with dreadlocks). I’m not a dog person, so I'd like to cuddle this instead," says Editor at Large Rebecca Gart. 100 percent merino wool, 36" x 16", $1,375; at gardeshop.com



Feng shui expert Tanya Jahnke performs on-site home consultations in the greater Denver/Boulder area to create a balanced, supportive space in which to cultivate improved health and relationships, family harmony and great connection to life. She will work with the home- or business-owner to clear the energy and facilitate a new beginning. $450 for residential consultation; fengshui4theom.com


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