Fill a handsome tool bag, like this one from Brook Farm General Store. It’s crafted with an aluminum frame and reinforced handles for heavy-duty carting.
Available at brookfarmgeneralstore.com, $110.
Made of beech wood and finished with linseed oil, this tool is a pleasure to handle. Six interchangeable bits mean business.
Available at shop.oldfaithfulshop.com, $30.
A couple in Brooklyn blends hints of aged Indonesian patchouli, storax amber, jasmine, and musk in small batches.
Available at sirjacks.com, $94.
A stainless steel liquor thermos is rugged, practical, and slender.
Available at rei.com, $20.
He’ll look mighty cozy without a trace of sweat in superfine Rambouillet American wool. The lightweight pants are snug and comfy from hip to ankle.
Available at ramblersway.com, $150.
Weightless and portable, flexible and recyclable, the Bacsac outdoor modular planter is ripe for stuffing. It’s also frost- and sun-resistant, making it a great option for shuffling high-maintenance plants inside and out.
Available at sprouthome.com, $40-$161.
Make the most of leftovers by learning the secret great chefs already know: Bones and peels make great meals. The ever-resourceful Adler provides advice and anecdotes that smarten up simple food.
Available at barnesandnoble.com, $16.
Better than dirt: Each tea bag contains compost, kelp, and nutrients to add life to garden soil. One tea bag makes one gallon of compost tea to pour over houseplants, shrubs, and flowers.
Available at cleanairgardening.com, $12.
An upcycled planter and reservoir in one. The kit comes with seeds, clay pebbles, nutrients, and a wool watering wick for growing winter herbs like mint and basil.
Available at vat19.com, $35.
When there’s extra stuff to lug, a mini polyester bag is like having an extra hand around.
Available at flipandtumble.com, $7.
Pack a liquor picnic. Josh Jakus’s svelte felt tote is made of industrial wool and lies perfectly flat when unzipped.
Available at branchhome.com, $115.
Booze gets the Midas touch. This jigger measures one- and two-ounce pours.
Available at cocktailkingdom.com, $17.
Just a dash will do ya. Handmade, small-batch bitters use organic botanicals, old-fashioned research, and modern innovations to yield a delicious new tincture.
Available at atthemeadow.com, $26.
A classy way to sip and swill. And it means less plastic to part with at the end of a drink.
Available at buygreen.com, $3.
A conversation starter at the bottom of your glass. The Scandinavian tradition of putting loose stones in drinks is updated with good-looking soapstone cubes.
Available at teroforma.com, $20.
Why not serve your foodie gifts on a platter? British textile designer Asta Barrington created several with colorful, geometric patterns.
Available at gretelhome.com, $58.
Beech wood kitchen utensils are both good-looking and practical. In other words, a cook’s chimera.
Available at gretelhome.com, $45.
Put her Benihana spatula skills on full display. She brings on the yakitori when she brings out this adorable charcoal barbecue box.
Available at korin.com, $169.
Hold on tight. This decorative objet d’art is plated in 24-karat gold.
Available at zhush.com, $49.
Varietal vinegar with a Hamptons address. It’s sweet, tangy, and tastes like summer.
Available at nexternal.com, $16.
Fill, pull, squish, or fold over this multiuse, waterproof Washing Up Bowl to suit your purposes.
Available at momastore.org, $85
The world’s first feel-good expectorant. Spit like Louis the XV, for whom the mouthwash was made in 1755.
Available at thebathroom.stores.yahoo.net, $18.
With elements of rice bran, green tea, olive oil extract, and essential minerals, this Japanese cream is pure head-to-toe luxury.
Available at spacenk.com, $38.
Organic, vegan, lavender-black pepper suds won’t make you sneeze — and lend just a little bit of spice to any morning shower.
Available at skinnyskinny.com, $9.
The major team players include aloe, rose, and avocado. Why would she want anything else on her face?
Available at shopmiomia.com, $35.