Spoil Mom This Year With These 14 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Rizzoli | Charlotte Moss Flowers | $50
To pair with mom’s bouquet, include this stunning new book from renowned interior designer and flower enthusiast, Charlotte Moss. The book offers a host of ideas on how to create your own flower arrangements, select containers, and decorate your home with fresh blossoms.

Bloomist | Copper Watering Can from The Floral Society | $108
If mom loves to garden, this modern, sculptural watering can will be a welcome addition to her collection of tools. Made of durable copper-coated stainless steel, it is hand-finished and holds roughly 2.5 liters of water.

Eleish Van Breems | Matcha Tea Starter Kit | $120
Introduce mom to the time-honored art of making matcha. The set includes a traditional matcha bowl, spoon, strainer, and whisk and the P&T Shinto Matcha tea.

Gary Bodker | Nesting Bowls | $80-$350
These striking, color-saturated bowls are for the mom who loves to entertain and set a stunning table. Each bowl is handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, and available individually or as a set, in a variety of sizes and colors.

Harlem Chocolate Factory | Golden Brownstone Gift Set | $63
For the mom with a discerning sweet tooth, these artisan chocolates are carefully handcrafted in the shape of a classic Harlem Brownstone and dusted in gold. The set of six bars is packaged in boxes decorated with iconic Harlem images and contains two 72% Dark Chocolate Bars, two 38% Milk Chocolate Bars, and two 31% White Chocolate Bars.

Gjusta Goods | Bread Cloche | $250 – $350
A pretty cloche is perfect for the mom who loves bread baking—or the one who has always wanted to give it a try. Each piece is handmade by Isatu Hyde, a UK-based potter who specializes in individual and batch production, wheel-thrown ceramics. Available in two sizes.

Frances Palmer | Hand Pitchers | $180 each
If mom appreciates hand-crafted work, she’ll be thrilled to own a piece from Frances Palmer, the celebrated potter who has been making ceramics since 1987. Each petite hand pitcher is unique and sized at roughly 4.5”h x 3”w.

Lockwood | Hydropod | $33
This petite hydroponic set comes with all of the elements for mom to start her own soil-free, home garden. The frosted glass Hydropod can fit easily on windowsills, desks, and ledges and includes ingredients for growing sweet basil.

Hudson Grace | Marble Column Salt and Pepper Set | $48
Every last detail counts for the mom who loves design. This modern set of honed marble cellars can be used for salt and pepper or to keep herbs and spices at hand. A pair of serving spoons is included with the set.

Roman and Williams Guild | Tan Leather Tote | $485
Each piece from Roman and Williams Guild is noted for its thoughtful design. That means each item down to the perfect leather tote, is just the right size for mom to use every day.

John Derian and Astier de Villatte | Architecture Cup | $158
If mom appreciates the beauty of both art and architecture, this is a piece she’ll treasure. The esteemed decoupage artist John Derian, teamed up with the renowned atelier Astier de Villatte, bringing his signature imagery to one of their classic glazed terracotta cups. Handmade in Paris.

March SF | Dolcevita Gold Pewter Salad Set | $205
For the mom who always has the best-dressed table, this elegant serving set will be much appreciated. With the classic scalloped edge and gold-colored titanium finish, it’s a perfect mix of modern and traditional.

Terrain | Succulent Garden, Wood Trough | $78
It takes a certain artistry to create a succulent garden and as luck would have it, this one is done for you. Another bonus: this is an arrangement mom can keep for a long time to come.

Bonnie Kaye Studio | Eucalyptus Wrapping Paper | $15
For the finishing touch, wrap your gift beautifully. Tennessee-based artist, Bonnie Kaye Whitfield, creates a range of unique, screen-printed textiles and paper goods including this striking metallic gold-on-black Eucalyptus design. With every purchase from the shop, Bonnie Kaye Studio donates five meals to Feeding America, a nonprofit that provides food to those in need. What better gift is there than that?

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