11 Gifts for the Minimalist Who Has Everything
What do you get the minimalist who (literally) wants nothing? These gifts will find a place in any bedroom, kitchen, or wardrobe—without causing undue clutter.
Minimalists can be a difficult bunch to shop for. These aesthetes aren't fans of stuff, meaning that tchotchkes and other random trinkets are entirely off the table. Instead, minimalists favor pretty, simple items that serve a purpose—preferably without taking up too much space.
Below, you'll find a selection of sustainable goods ideal for the minimalist that seems to have everything they need. From an understated necklace to a collapsible dish-drying tray, these gifts will appeal to your minimalist's less-is-more mentality.
11 Gifts for Minimalists in 2022
1. Caraway Cookware Set, $395
Caraway's ceramic-coated cookware transforms any kitchen into a sleek and chic space. Plus, the monochromatic colorways are ideal for fans of all things understated.
2. Dorai Collapsible Dish Drying Pad, $90
This eco-friendly mat dries instantly, protecting your dishes from bacteria and keeping your countertops looking fresh. Fold and stow when not in use for an extra-clean kitchen.
3. Potted Whale Fin Sansevieria, $79
A single leaf can say so much! This unique potted plant is as pared-down as they come, without sacrificing aesthetic. Minimal care required.
4. ONA Essential Oil Diffuser, $79
Up the ante on atmosphere with this heat-free diffuser. ONA's elegant option is crafted from eco-friendly bamboo fiber, wood, and glass.
5. Chemex Pour-Over Coffee Maker, $40
Turn any coffee routine into a visually-appealing ritual with Chemex. The option is simple, elegant, and encourages the art of waking up slow.
6. ABLE Monogram Necklace, $65
This gold-fill necklace is sweet, simple, and customizable. ABLE favors sustainable materials, too, which makes the piece shine even brighter.
7. Bamboozle Countertop Compost Bin, $50
Finally, a compost container that's cute enough to display! Bamboozle's bin is made from biodegradable and durable bamboo fibers and is designed to keep odors at bay.
8. Westman Atelier Baby Cheeks Blush Stick, $48
Minimalists adore an all-in-one! This blush stick—which features natural, skin-soothing ingredients—can be applied to cheeks, lips, and lids alike.
10. Silicone Food Storage Bowls, $38
This set of BPA-free silicone bowls keep kitchens clutter-free, easily nesting into one another when not in use and perfectly stacking when filled.
11. Washable Paper Storage Bins, $15
Even minimalists have a few things to put away. These washable kraft paper bins mimic the feel and function of leather, providing a beautiful way to store toys, towels, and beyond.
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