2 December 2015 / Ester

Christmas bucket list: for him

No inspiration for a nice Christmas gift? Are you spending too much time pondering which Christmas gifts to buy? Or worse, are you in charge of organising the family Christmas dinner and do you have no idea where to start? PIET moodshop loves to share tips and tricks to impress your guests during the holiday season! Here are the perfect gift tips "for him".



1. Piet Hein Eek's Tube Watch
The name of Piet Hein Eek, one of the Netherlands' most prominent designers, is usually associated with his "scrapwood" furniture and wallpaper. He enjoys going against the grain and designs lighting, accessories and even entire interiors. The exceptional finish, the high-quality materials and the leather or steel band lend this Tube Watch a refined, yet rugged and industrial look and feel.

Piet Hein Eek's Tube Watch. From 189 euros.

 2. Glitter & glam
Ready for a stylish gamble, a game of chess, checkers or backgammon? Then use these three metallic sets, which come in a stunning box with a geometric design and gold-coloured accents. Classy all the way!

Poker set. 49.50 euros.
Chess & checkers set. 24.95 euros. 
Backgammon set. 18 euros. 

3. Chef please!
Is your boyfriend, son, nephew, father, uncle, granddad or best friend the chef around the house? Then why not surprise him with this oriental-style wooden knife block by Cutipol? The set includes a bread knife, a boning knife, a demi-chef and a Santoku knife, which you can use to prepare your most delectable dishes. These gourmet knives have been finished with a durable resin handle, for years of cutting pleasure. 

Gourmet knife set. 126.50 euros.

4. Wanderlust
If London, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Istanbul and Miami are still on your bucket list, then these travel guides will help you make the most of these cities. The Monocle Travel Guide Series do not limit themselves to listing tourist attractions but also take you to the hotspots in a city. The perfect gift for adventurers who like to stray from the beaten path!

Monocle Travel Guide Series. 15 euros.

5. It's gin 'o clock
Gin was a popular beverage in the eighteenth century because it was so easy to distil it at home. Gin fans must be rubbing their hands in glee because this trend is definitely up and coming. You only need 36 hours to turn vodka into a spicy gin with this set. Say what? The juniper berries and botanicals supplied with the set make this the perfect weekend DIY project. The outcome? Your own exclusive small-batch gin! 

The home-made gin kit. 64.50 euros.

 

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