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Finding the perfect gift for everyone in your life can feel like a challenge. This is especially true if you want to give a present that perfectly suits their interests and tastes. Consider gifting something handcrafted or custom made that also supports Black-owned businesses. From cozy home goods to everyday essentials, there's something on this list for everyone.
Here are the best gifts from Black-owned businesses.
Estelle Colored Glass Regal Flute - Set of 6
Whether you want the perfect gift for a new homeowner or someone who just wants to upgrade their bar cart, Estelle Colored Glass has everything from cake stands to decanters to glasses. Try this set of six flutes so your recipient can toast it up in style for those special occasions. The amber color and structure of the glasses has a truly regal, luxe feel.
Macklin Bath & Home Bamboo Tray and Bath Pillow Combo
Soaking in a bathtub after a long day is at the top of the list for many hardworking adults. And this 100 percent bamboo tray has all the necessary features to create a relaxing vibe. There's a wine glass holder and consoles for a book, phone, or candle.
Ojai Lingerie Ultra Plush Jooley Fleece Bathrobe
It'll be easy to get comfortable and cozy with this robe. The high, shawl collar is sure to provide warmth, as well as the microfiber fleece material. With a length that hits below the knees, and even at the ankles for some, this is one plush robe. It's available in ivory or charcoal gray.
Rayo & Honey Joy Is An Act of Resistance Natural Tote
Tote bags serve so many functions (groceries, travel, work, etc.), but one that features a message is even better. The "joy is an act of resistance" handmade tote by Rayo & Honey measures 23 inches long, so it can easily hold essentials and more. The zipper pockets help keep smaller items from getting lost in the shuffle.
Chic Geeks Emerald Faux Crocodile MacBook Case
Everyone has that friend who's always on the go with their laptop, so this cover from Chic Geeks is a useful gift to help them protect their expensive electronics. The faux crocodile cover easily snaps on and off, all while allowing access to all ports. It fits a range of models and comes in a ton of colors.
Jungalow Alessa Art Print by Justina Blakeney
This is one fun, distinctive piece of art to gift the colorful person in your life. The Jungalow print feels like bringing a piece of the tropical outdoors, inside. With loads of color against the black background, this would look great as a standalone print or part of a gallery wall. Choose from 8 x 10, 11 x 14, or 18 x 24 inches and maybe even gift the recipient with a frame so they can hang this immediately.
I Love Me Coloring Book: Positive Affirmation
Coloring books, whether they're for kids or adults, can be a relaxing activity and one that doesn't cost a ton. The "I Love Me" book has more than 20 pages of illustrations and positive affirmations. This particular book is designed for boys of color, but the author has other affirming books as well.
The Nice Plant Blooming Energy Box
Help your friend or family member create a zen vibe in their home with the Blooming Energy Box. The set, which can be a one-time order or subscription, has a succulent that already comes potted, natural lip balm, sage, palo santo, and a 2 or 4-ounce room spray.
Sanctuaire Coquillage Gift Set
For someone who loves all things from jewelry to home decor, Sanctuaire's gift set has the bases covered. The drawstring canvas bag includes three gorgeous items. There's the vibrant red lip tint that's certified organic and statement-making earrings made of recycled brass. The trio is rounded out with a ylang ylang and patchouli scented candle and when the wax fully burns out, the shell can be repurposed as a catchall tray.
Talley & Twine Blue, Silver & Gold Watch
It's common for most people to just use their phone to view the time, but nothing can substitute for a classic watch. Talley & Twine's timepieces offer durability and major style points. It's crafted with stainless steel and a glass that protects against scratches. It's also water resistant (up to 165 feet). In addition to the functional aspects, the watch hands have a 3D look and the leather band and mixed metal face goes with all attire.
LipLoveLine Comfort Lip Balm
While self care beauty products like lotions and scrubs are great additions to a beauty gift basket, lip care often goes overlooked. LipLoveLine's balm is the perfect solution for lips that could use some TLC, especially during cold or windy days. The 100 percent vegan lip balm contains shea butter and coconut and sweet almond oils. The hints of peppermint and sweet menthol add a fun tingle and keep lips moisturized.
Callaloo Box Subscription Box
Foodies will absolutely appreciate the Callaloo subscription box. Each box features seasonings, sauces, snacks, and more, all from the Caribbean. Make this a one-time gift or sign your recipient up for a monthly delivery so they can consistently jazz up their meals.
KLigg Inhale, Exhale notebook
KLigg's notebook is perfect for the person who prefers pen to paper, whether it's doodling, journaling or jotting down a to-do list. The book has 80 lined pages and the cover features a retro-style clad woman with the important message: inhale confidence, exhale doubt.
Sugarmat Kiss & Make Up Suede Yoga Mat
Have someone in your life who loves yoga but also has killer style? Then this bold, colorful yoga mat is the perfect gift. The Sugarmat collaboration with Bouffants and Broken Hearts artist, Kendra Dandy, features an absorbent suede top, a rubber base, and a tropical theme with a lipstick-wearing cheetah.
Why Trust The Spruce?
This roundup was written by Patrice J. Williams. She has contributed gift guides to The Spruce since 2020. In addition to her work for The Spruce, she writes commerce articles, including product suggestions and reviews, for other outlets as well as appearing on air for The Today Show, WEtv, and she was the Savvy Shopper reporter for WPIX in New York City.