Have someone in your life who seems to already have everything? Or perhaps they're the type of person who you deem hard to impress (because likely, they'd never admit to that moniker)? From Airbnb gift cards and vintage-inspired tech to social media-friendly photobooks and beyond, you can't go wrong with anything on this roundup of gift ideas for the hard-to-buy-for friend/family member/boss in your life.
Airbnb $50 Email Delivery at Target, $50
If the hard-to-buy-for person on your list is a frequent traveler, introduce them to a whole new world of treehouses, funky arts district lofts, tiny houses, and lighthouses for rent around the world.
Brass Easel & Calendar at Artifact Uprising, $55
Great photos are always a prized gift, no matter how fancy the recipient might be. Fortunately, this custom-made photo calendar on a brass stand does happen to be quite fancy.
Candlefish Candle Making Kit at Anthropologie, $48
What do you give the person who already has a Diptyque candle in every room? The opportunity to make their own candles! This kit comes with two intoxicating-sounding scents.
Ceramic Bracelet Flask at Beklina, $35
This is an aspirational piece of jewelry, so give it to the fabulous person who always inspires you to live your very best life.
Classic Duo Wine Gift Box at Winc, $65
A bottle of wine is a classy gift for almost all occasions and recipients, but two bottles of wine in an impeccable black linen box? Unimpeachable.
Google Home Mini at Target, $49
Someone who has it all together shouldn't waste their precious time Googling things by hand or double-checking their schedule, so give them this little cutie to take care of all that mundanity.
Instagram Friendly Books at Artifact Uprising, $15
Is your Instagram account the unofficial documentation of all of your family or friend group's adventures? Give them a hard copy they can treasure forever, regardless of the whims of tech.
Lomo'Instant Automat Dahab + Lenses at Lomography, $199
A new type of camera is an excellent gift for that person who has everything, especially when it's as Wes Anderson-cool as this camera. It makes credit card-sized instant prints for crying out loud!
Rifle Paper Co. Maps of the World 2018 Calendar at Anthropologie, $26
This calendar would be perfect for both the experienced world traveler and the newly retired type who's about to embark on worldwide adventures. Or anyone who loves Rifle Paper Co!
Paint by Sticker Masterpieces by Workman Publishing at Amazon, $11
If coloring books provide relaxation, imagine how wondrously calming it would be to recreate great works of art using geometric stickers. Hours of fun and display-worthy results.
Recharge Book Light at Barnes & Nobles, $30
Finding a good book light is always a challenge, no matter how posh you are—and everyone needs one! This minimal number provides 60 hours of LED light between charges.
Soap Rocks at Beklina, $20
These are one of those perfectly gifty gifts. They're giant hunks of essential oil-rich soaps that look exactly like magical minerals: everyone should have one, nobody will buy themselves one.
Wit & Delight 20" Hardside Spinner in Sage at Target, $99
Who couldn't use a new carry-on suitcase, especially one this charming? It features a hardside design that can take a beating as well as 360-degree spinning wheels to get you through the terminal with ease. A large inner zipper keeps shoes and clothing separate in case your hard-to-buy-for person is also a bit of a clean freak.
The Carry On Cocktail Kit, The Margarita at Bloomingdale's, $24
If you're looking for a gift for someone who's all about mixology, help them drink with dignity in the sky. But not too much dignity, as this stylish kit comes with a gummy bear.
Voluspa Japonica Embossed Votive Gift Set at Anthropologie, $40
This beautiful set is the perfect sort of thing to bring to a holiday dinner at the boss' or distant relative's house. The design is impeccable, and the six scents allow you to hedge your bets.