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Editors’ Picks: 11 Gifts for Valentine’s Day 2022

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In celebration of Saint Valentine, the Remodelista, Gardenista, and Organized Home editors are admiring objects both practical and romantic. Here’s what’s on our lists this year:

margot is coveting a leaf sconce, handmade in sweden by malin appelgren. appelg 9
Above: Margot is coveting a Leaf Sconce, handmade in Sweden by Malin Appelgren. Appelgren learned the craft from her grandfather, whose first pair of sconces was purchased by Swedish king Gustav V and given to Prince Gustav Adolf on the occasion of his wedding. The sconces—with oak and chestnut leaves, among others—make a celebratory gift for non-royalty, too.
margot also likes the red trimmed linen utility apron, £65 from toast. 10
Above: Margot also likes the red-trimmed Linen Utility Apron, £65 from Toast.
on julie’s list are sweetly hand painted taper candles: the ivory t 11
Above: On Julie’s list are sweetly hand-painted taper candles: the Ivory Tapers with Flowers (shown), painted by Los Angeles-based artisan Esme Saleh and available from Nickey Kehoe for $38/pair, and Hand-Painted Candles, painted by Louise Pascal in the UK, $32/pair from Salter House.
from justine: a two tone pink natural dye towel in coral by auntie oti,  fr 12
Above: From Justine: a two-tone pink Natural Dye Towel in Coral by Auntie Oti, $44 from Covet+Lou.
the silver service irish linen table runner by jennifer slattery (€88) w 13
Above: The Silver Service Irish Linen Table Runner by Jennifer Slattery (€88) would make a whimsical Valentine’s table setting, as would this similar design by Oeuvres Sensibles, says Margot.
in lieu of a box of chocolates, gift francesca’s pick: a ceramic di 14
Above: In lieu of a box of chocolates, gift Francesca’s pick: a ceramic dish filled with skeins of pink-hued threads. The ‘As Time Goes By’ Valdani Thread Set with Ceramic Dish is $100 from Tatter.
“these look both durable and delicate somehow,” says f 15
Above: “These look both durable and delicate somehow,” says Fan of her pick: a Rinka Mug by Kaneko Kohyo Pottery Co., $50 from Roman and Williams Guild.
i have my eye on the soap travel set: a soap by homework and a handmade waxed p 16
Above: I have my eye on the Soap Travel Set: a soap by Homework and a handmade waxed pocket by Wax Atelier, ideal for stashing in a travel kit for weekends away. It’s currently sold out, but I’m eagerly awaiting its return; £21.50 for the set from Wax Atelier.
“julie introduced me té company in nyc, and i’m no 17
Above: “Julie introduced me Té Company in NYC, and I’m now obsessed with the cookies,” says Fan. Their cookies (and teas) are available in wrapped gift boxes; this is the Choicest Tea & Biscuits gift box, $62.
julie is admiring the petite bowls made by remodelista favorite cécile dal 18
Above: Julie is admiring the petite bowls made by Remodelista favorite Cécile Daladier for Alder & Co. in the Drôme region of France, “wood-fired in a kiln of the artist’s construction,” the retailer says. They’re ideal for a small sip of tea, stashing rings, or as a pinch pot beside the stove. The Bowl #6 is $135.
last but not least on our list:   room’s series of five editions by 19
Above: Last but not least on our list: Picture Room’s series of five editions by artist Leanne Shapton, inspired by Moses Eaton stencils spotted in E.B. White’s saltwater farmhouse in Brooklin, Maine. This one, E.B. White II, is $220 unframed.

For our editors’ picks of years past, see:

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