Does your holiday gift giving list include a deep woods aficionado, a person full of curiosity, who appreciates something a little wonderous? Appeal to their true nature with one of these 15 unique gifts made of wood for wonderful people.
Sunny days will last forever in these wood frame sunglasses from Shwoodshop. If not, at least life will look good on cloudy days.
Live-Edge Chandelier by Paul Miller
Paul Miller, carpenter and founder of 7M Woodworking, creates stunning lighting using live-edge pieces and reclaimed barn beams. Could this be a gift to your home? Merry holidays, house!
Is that wood in your pocket? Sure is… but it feels like leather. This slim jim, for the minimalist, is made in Indiana.
Release this iPhone kraken case on the unsuspecting gift recipient. Oh my Zeus, prepare for pagan worship!
A succulent planter, in more ways than one. This 3 piece beauty is handmade and cut from one piece of wood in Portland, Oregon.
Let this real wood and carbon fiber mashup seal the deal with your sweetie. Handmade in Utah, this Fifty Fifty Split Ring by Element Ring Company is sure to keep you together.
Designed by Singgih S. Kartono and hand-crafted in an Indonesian farming village of unfinished, new growth, pine and sonokeling wood. For every tree that is used in production a new one is planted in its place. FM-AM receiver with iPod connector.
Use your noggin and give a gift of head protection. Safe and stylish, these aren’t mutually exclusive anymore.
A beautiful handmade birch bark necklace pendant on a silver chain. Made with bark gathered from fallen trees in Michigan.
Handmade, one of a kind, wood Nguni Heads designed by John Vogel, South African artist and woodworker based in Cape Town. Beautifully displayed as an art piece or used as a functionally spectacular hook. Two gifts in one – score!
Collect apers the natural way, in birch and cherry 3 ring binders. Manufactured in Des Moines, Iowa, these binders are 100% recyclable.
Of course you would want to pair that gift of a wooden bike helmet with a wooden bicycle, no?
Gorgeous 100% cedar bark basket handmade by traditional Haida weaver, G̱iihlgiigaa Tsiit git’anee. Definitely a slow made gift steeped in history and culture.