Gifts for the host: Don't show up empty-handed

Everyone brings wine for the hostess. She's not complaining, but you can do better

Everyone brings wine for the hostess. She's not complaining, but you can do better

 



1. If you're a holiday houseguest, you may want to bring more than a trinket. DwellStudio's globe decanter will keep their table sparkling long after the holidays are over. $175, www.dwellstudio.com






2. If you're bringing a bottle, make it extra special with a bow stopper from the Martha Stewart Collection. $40, at Macy's stores and at www.macys.com






3. Pier One Imports' nature-inspired ornaments are a welcome treat for any tree. $5 (owl) and $6 (star), www.pier1.com





4. Add a little peace and quiet with VivaTerra's olive plant topiary. $49, www.vivaterra.com






5. Honey is always a sweet hostess gift. Bee Raw's adorable "tasting flights" are available in wildflower, fruit, cheese-friendly and rooftop-harvested assortments. $45, www.beeraw.com

 
 
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