Among the gorgeous marble-and-wood cheese boards and the $58 cake stands, Anthropologie has plenty of inexpensive, budget-friendly holiday gifts. In fact, if you sort the kitchen gear by price, the first three pages are still just $24 or less. The options are actually overwhelming — so we combed through the offerings to find you the 10 best gifts for just $25 or less.
Here are 10 sweet, thoughtful, and inexpensive gifts that are sure to make your loved ones feel extra special this holiday season.
1. Tiled Margot Monogram Mug, $10
Somehow, the folks at Anthro manage to come up with a new and unique take on the monogrammed mug every single year. And they always crush it! This year's design makes us think of Art Deco subway stations, and we love it. In case you're interested, there are matching coasters — also for $10 each.
2. Avocado Ornament, $14
We strongly believe that every Christmas ornament should be food-themed. This avocado one is special because, well, it's an avocado. Plus, there's that added touch of glitter. Give this as a gift on its own or loop the string around a wine bottle's neck.
3. Dottie Honey Pot, $20
A more sophisticated take on that plastic bear-shaped honey container, this stoneware version is hand painted and downright adorable. (He's holding the honey dipper!) Pair it with a nice jar of honey or even your favorite tea.
4. Viola Butter Dish, $20
Every kitchen needs a butter dish. And if it can have a sweet bunny theme, well, that's even butter — er, better. This stoneware butter dish makes a great gift for breakfast-lovers or anyone who likes to bake.
5. Filt French Market Tote Bag, $20
This string bag got extra popular this summer and is still a thing — even though we're not exactly close to farmers market season. Anthro is offering it in four fun colors, so you can get a different one for everyone in your squad.
6. Ridged Terracotta Pot, from $12
We've never before seen a planter that's this beautiful yet this simple. It comes in three different sizes (the small and medium fall in the price range of this story; the large is more of a splurge at $34). Order one and then either pick up a plant or a packet of seeds from your local hardware store.
7. Storm Bowl, $20
Get this glazed stoneware bowl for your friend who is obsessed with making her food look perfect for Instagram. It's as special as she is: It's handcrafted, and each one varies slightly.
8. Adorned Spice Jar, $18
This spice jar just looks like it was created for the holidays, doesn't it? Perfect for the time of year when everyone is stocking up on cinnamon, star anise, and mulling spices. Gift it full or empty — it's sure to get a gasp of joy either way.
9. Duet Bottle Stoppers, $22 for two
Anthro is really going hard on the animals and woodland creatures this season. No complaints here, of course. This price ($22 for two!) is a total steal and you can divide up the stoppers to get two presents out of one if you're just in the market for some little trinkets.
10. Rosti Mepal Lunch Pot, $22
Have you ever seen a prettier lunch container? We're guessing your work wife hasn't either, and she'll be super blown away by the thoughtful gift. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait until later in January if you want one of these fun colors from Anthro. If you're open to other color options, you can get it sooner by ordering on Amazon.