29 Gifts Less Than $100 That Are Perfect For Everyone on Your List

Let them know you care without draining your bank account. These gifts hit the spending sweet spot and work for just about everyone.
Entireworld Six Solid Socks
A socks box. A box of socks. Six of them, organic cotton, candy colored, rainbow flavored, stretching to about a quarter of the way up your tibia. And for the math whizzes out there - buying all six at once costs less than buying six of them individually at once. So, like, deal. Plus you get a cardboard carry-all that will stir the envy of your friends. Photo Courtesy of Entireworld
Potluck Utensil Set
Keep it simple. Twelve no-frills tools for prepping your ingredients and serving your meals. Professional-quality construction for years of reliable use. This tightly-curated set has you covered for countless kitchen tasks, but doesn’t include anything that you won’t use. It’s just right. All pieces are BPA-free. Dishwasher-safe except for the wooden spoon and fish spatula. Photo Courtesy of Verishop
Karimoku New Standard Berra
Berra is a paper holder made of solid oak wood and depends on gravity. Wooden counterweights loosely placed on a sloped wooden base slide by their own weight. Simply stick your papers or postcards in-between the counterweights and gravity will hold them in place. The name Berra refers to a Swiss mountain that experienced a landslide, which reminded the designer of the functionality of this paper holder. Photo Courtesy of Leibal
Field SQ Trivet
The SQ Trivet combines a primitive process and material - metal bending and steel - to create a contemporary and useful tabletop object. The trivet is manufactured in Rockford, Illinois and electropolished in Chicago. Photo Courtesy of Leibal
Iittala Graphics Mug Set - GWP
The Graphics Mug Set by Iittala pairs the black and white illustrations of the Shaped/Shifted mug by Christopher DeLorenzo, USA with the colorful illustration by Merjin Hos, Netherlands Distortion mug. Both using shapes from nature creating a perfect pairing. Each mug comes in it's own matching gift box. From humble beginnings as a small glass factory, today Iittala offers a wide variety of modern Scandinavian housewares that demonstrate the company's commitment to design quality and product longevity. Based in Helsinki, Finland, Iittala continues to make cookware, tableware and other home accessories that are both lovely and useful, based primarily on the forward-thinking philosophies of design icons Kaj Franck and Alvar Aalto. Photo Courtesy of Lumens
HAY PC Portable Lamp
The freestanding PC Portable Lamp (2019) features robust ABS plastic construction with a scratch- and water-resistant matte finish, high-efficiency LED bulb and rechargeable battery, giving you the flexibility and freedom to move it anywhere. Place it in a dark living room corner for the soft effect of candlelight, pop it on a patio table for a warm glow during summer meals or bring it with you to light the way on family camping trips. PC Portable runs up to 10 hours on a single charge, so you’ll never be without light when you need it most. Includes touch-controlled step dimmer on base and USB charging cable. Suitable for residential and commercial use both indoors and out (bring indoors when not in use). Bulb (included): 3W G4 LED, 3000K. CE and ETL listed. Made in China. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach
Alessi Parrot Sommelier Corkscrew
The Alessi Parrot Sommelier Corkscrew designed by Alessandro Mendini is a practical and pocket-sized corkscrew in a parrot-shaped design. The Parrot Sommelier Corkscrew features cast aluminum and plastic material. Alessi, known as the Italian design factory, has manufactured household products since 1921. The stylish and fun items offered are the result of contemporary partnerships with some of the world's best designers of unique and modern home accessories. Photo Courtesy of Alessi
Olli Ella Rattan Bike Basket
Don’t forget to accessorize. For days when you want to peddle to the beach or park with a little lunch to-go, this handmade rattan basket is just the thing. Not only is it cute-as-all-get-out, it’s also got a long (and handily adjustable) canvas strap with brass hardware for easy toting. Attach it to your bike handles, secure it to your scooter, or sling it over your shoulder while running errands—it’s all ready to go. Photography by Rocky Luten & Ty Mecham
Lunya Washable Silk Pillowcase
100% silk (front), 100% woven cotton (back) Machine wash cold like colors, lay flat to dry Photo Courtesy of Lunya
Fellow Clyde Stovetop Tea Kettle
A striking take on a stovetop staple, this sleek tea kettle features a two-tone harmonic whistle and a spout that stays sealed until you start pouring. That means no more flipping open the whistle cap to a flood of hot steam. Photo Courtesy of Fellow
Sagaform Round Oak Cutting Board
Natural oak brings distinctive color and graining to a round cutting board that can easily double as a cheese tray or trivet. Grooved detailing provides a slip-free spot to rest utensils. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
Bellocq Solid Brass Candle
Light up our lives. In our book, you can never have too many candles (especially if they come in a snazzy brass tin you can repurpose as a vase). These lovely mood-setters are inspired by the scent of Bellocq’s signature tea blends including mint and black varieties. They’re made from soy wax and essential oils with a wick of woven, lead-free cotton. And back to those vessels: The heavy-gauge solid brass and lid will develop a pretty patina over time. Choose between: Majorelle Mint: Freshly Torn Mint, Gunpowder Green Tea & Moroccan Cedar Le Hammeau: Lemongrass, Sweet Orange, Sage & May Rose The Queen's Guard: English Heirloom Rose, Lavender, Rose Geranium & Ceylon Tea Photography by Ty Mecham
Herman Miller: A Way of Living
A chronicle of the rich history of this innovative furniture company, from its founding in the early twentieth century to today. For more than 100 years, Michigan-based Herman Miller has played a central role in the evolution of modern and contemporary design, producing timeless classics while creating a culture that has had a remarkable impact on the development of the design world. Ten chapters and thousands of illustrations tell the Herman Miller story as never before, documenting its defining moments and key leaders—making Herman Miller: A Way of Living an indispensable addition to the bookshelves of design-lovers around the globe. Publisher: Phaidon Photo Courtesy of Phaidon
Food52 x GreenPan Nonstick Skillet (Set of 2)
The total package. In the words of our co-founder Amanda Hesser, "Many nonstick pans are appealingly affordable but not at all visually appealing. With GreenPan, we set out to create a pan that would be a real looker—chic, even!—yet still have the great functionality that would make this your everyday workhorse." So voilà! Our design comes to life here—these pans not only slide out omelettes, crepes, fish filets, and the like with ease but their sage-blue exterior and brass hardware cuts quite a pretty profile if we do say so ourselves. But don't let all that eye candy fool you, these pans have power behind 'em, too: They're made from natural ceramic nonstick without PFAS, PFOA, lead, or cadmium, and are oven and broiler safe up to a whopping 600°F. They also won't blister, peel or release toxic fumes even if heated up to 850°F (unlike most nonstick pans) and the 100% natural ceramic coating can take a beating and then some (it’s even dishwasher and metal utensil-safe). Photography by Ty Mecham, James Ransom & Rocky Luten
Brynjar Siguroarson Glacier Project Candles
Brynjar Siguroarson's Glacier Project candles are a subtle commentary on the issue of global warming. The collection is made of a series of candles crafted to look like glaciers, that, when lit, melt and disappear just like the precious ice forms. These beautiful ice blue/tuquoise candles look great as a little sculptural piece for your home, and when alight, remind us that preservation of the environment is in our hands. Photo Courtesy of Generate Design
Vitra Rotary Tray
The Rotary Tray is a contemporary rendering of the classic etagere by Jasper Morrison. Thanks to its simple shape and subtle colors, the Rotary Tray complements any interior style and lends itself to many different uses. It features a tiered composition with a top tray that rotates to maximize accessibility and meet many storage needs. Whether in the kitchen or on the dining room table, in a bathroom or entryway, at the office or in a child's room: the Rotary Tray offers a decorative way to tidy up any space. Photo Courtesy of Connox
Snowe Dinner Bowls, Set of 4
Think of our dinner bowl as the dinner plate’s curvaceous cousin. All the versatility for everyday use, with just the right assets worth flaunting. From entrée pastas and salads to those oh-so-healthy grain bowls you’re craving these days, this perfectly proportioned coupe plate elevates whatever’s on the menu. Photo Courtesy of Snowe
Daniel Emma Stationary Container
A solid resin container holds your bits and bobs while the clear spherical lids magnify what is under them. Perfect for paperclips, thumbtacks, and other small objects. Photo Courtesy of Leibal
Alessi Nomu Vacuum Flask
Minimalist thermos from Alessi, designed by Naoto Fukasawa. Mirror-polished 18/10 stainless steel and thermoplastic resin. Pop-top serving lid delivers hot or cold beverages. Removable cover lid doubles as small cup. Engraved logo at base. Photo Courtesy of Alessi
Moleskine Vertical Nylon Device Bag
Contemporary bag from Moleskine. Webbing carrying handles. Adjustable webbing shoulder straps. Breathable air-mesh back. Wraparound two-way water-resistant zip closure. Heat-sealed front zip pocket. Interior zip pocket. Padded 15" laptop compartment. Interior organizer, pen holders and card holder with reflective trim. Polyurethane base with reflective logo patch. Honeycomb lining. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
HAY Analog Clock
After having lived and worked in Milan for Lissoni Associati, American designer Shane Schneck founded his own Stockholm-based studio in 2010. Since that time, Schneck’s work has received international acclaim in the form of iF, Red Dot and Wallpaper awards. Inspired by, of all things, a vintage barometer, his boldly styled Analog Clock unabashedly protrudes from the wall. It features a striking concave face, large rod-shaped hands and crisp markers. Made in China. Photo Courtesy of Design Within Reach
Volta Small Paris Standing Mobile
Retro-inspired moving sculpture from Volta. Recycled aluminum and steel. Designed to rotate gently in moving air currents. Weight-balanced top with four rounded paddles in primary colors. Triangular metal base. Some assembly required. Handmade. Photo Courtesy of Need Supply Co.
Lexon Tykho 3 AM/FM Radio & Bluetooth Speaker
Sharp, monochromatic style defines a compact AM/FM radio that uses Bluetooth tech to connect to your device for additional utility. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
Matter Made Setup Candleholder
Setup Candleholder is machined from a solid block of aluminum, brass, or marble with four holes to accommodate the most common candle sizes. The austere design and the ability to use "leftover" candles is inspired by the Shaker's ideals of simplicity and efficiency. Photo Courtesy of Leibal
Heller Rainbow Mugs, Set of 6
Massimo Vignelli’s iconic dinnerware won the prestigious Compasso d’Oro Award in 1964 and, in 1971, became the first product made by a company called Heller, now an international furniture manufacturer responsible for introducing the Bellini Chair®, Frank Gehry outdoor furniture and other icons of modern design. Heller Dinnerware was an instant classic, and because it’s still made using the same molds, a set bought today will blend seamlessly with vintage pieces. Heller Rainbow Mugs (1974) are made of thick, durable BPA-free polymer. They can be used for hot and cold beverages and are dishwasher and microwave safe. This multicolored set includes purple, blue, green, pink, orange and yellow mugs. Made in U.S.A.
LEXON Oslo Energy Wireless Charging Pad & Bluetooth Speaker
Quickly and easily charge your device with this combination charging pad and Bluetooth speaker that offers easy use and an attractive package. Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom
Andrew Neyer Lite Light
The Andrew Neyer Lite Mini Pendant is short, sweet and to the point, featuring a simple cylindrical structure capped with an exposed globe bulb. With simplicity comes endless possibilities; for instance, the Lite is perfect for multiple installations, whether in clusters or in a linear fashion. A globe bulb is recommended, leaving the choice of style up to you to customize the look of the Lite Mini Pendant. Photo Courtesy of Andrew Neyer
Ember Ceramic Mug
Beautifully designed to be used in your home or at your desk, the Ember® Ceramic Mug keeps your beverages at the perfect temperature from the first sip to the last drop.
Iittala Collective Tools Salad Set
The Iittala Collective Tools Salad Set was designed by Antonio Citterio to help build the perfect modern dining experience. The heft, smooth texture and curves of the stainless steel utensils make them a pleasure to wield. And their silvery, industrial look make them a lovely decorative accent on any dining table. Photo Courtesy of Lumens

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