The 7 Best Gifts For Maximalists

Best Gifts for Decorators: The 7
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* Bold gifts every maximalist will love
* Gifts that make a statement, but work with different tastes
* Decor, clothing, accessories and more

Finding the right gift for the friend or family member who likes bold colors and loud designs can be difficult, especially if that’s not your style. Luckily there’s plenty of gifts out there for maximalists including decor, clothing and accessories. To narrow down the search, we handpicked these seven gifts any maximalist would love to unwrap.

1. Adidas Trefoil Graphic T-Shirt

Maximalist T-shirts have dominated runways and streetwear this year, with Adidas being one of the leading brands. We love this classic logo tee because it makes a statement, but still works with almost any outfit or style.

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2. W&P Design Pineapple Tumbler

This W&P pineapple tumbler makes a great gift because it works both as bar decor and as a cocktail cup. It’s also well-priced at just $35, making it ideal for the maximalist co-worker, sauced aunt or family friend.

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3. Mina Victory Tibetan Wool Pillow

Throw pillows are always a good bet for holiday gifting, and this one by Mina Victory is perfect for the maximalist. It features genuine Tibetan shearling and elevates any room with a lavish, plush feel.

Fluffy Pilllow Image courtesy of Nordstrom


4. Oliver Gal Wall Art

This Oliver Gal giclée print comes on hand-stretched canvas, and it’s mounted on a sustainably harvested wood frame. We recommend it as a gift for maximalists because it’s a bold piece of art that works with almost any interior style.

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5. SMEG Retro Style Electric Kettle

If you’re shopping for a foodie who likes cooking in a bright and colorful kitchen, this SMEG kettle is a good idea. It’s offered in six charming vintage inspired colors, and doesn’t cost too much for a piece of high-end kitchen equipment.

Red Kettle Smeg Image courtesy of Nordstrom


6. Carrera Aviator Sunglasses

Carrera’s aviator sunglasses are quintessential 80s maximalist re-worked for 2017. They feature metal frames and gray lenses, and look great on most face shapes. Plus, for premium shades they’re relatively well-priced at $150.

Aviator Sunglasses Carrera Image courtesy of East Dane


7. Courreges Striped Turtleneck

This ribbed turtleneck from Courreges features thick, colorful stripes and a subtle applique logo. It’s an on-trend winter essential that’s perfect for the maximalist dresser.

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