Once your BFF and another person have established that they are, in fact, an item, you can breathe a sigh of of relief. Your gift list just whittled down one. Because they're a BOGO deal now, you see. Gifting a couple is easy with the 21 incredible picks, ahead; your friends won't complain about anything they receive on this list. Well, except maybe number 10 because they might fight over who uses it first. (Best get two?) You're about to make your friends very happy.
Furbo dog camera, $135
Fur baby parents will appreciate you keeping their pup top-of-mind with this treat dispensing tool, which also conveniently has a built-in camera. It features a two-way audio, so the owners can talk to the dog without being present. Spooky or cute? We’ll let you decide.
Sugar & Cloth condiment cup set, $18
They might debate about particular condiments (she puts ketchup on her hot dogs, her partner abhors the idea), but they’ll both agree this condiment tray set (100 percent BPA-free!) is beautiful. Guess they better be hosting a BBQ soon.
Cubitts chess set, $270
One of only 200 made, this walnut and maple wood chess set is for true aficionados. Aside from its functionality—yes, you can play with the pieces—it’s a beautiful decor piece for your coffee table or work desk. Invite friends over for a game night and while one pair dukes it out, the other duo can happily sip wine and discuss the latest drama on The Bachelor.
Tea Forte tasting set, $60
Each aromatic tea bag in this assorted box of 40 is carefully labeled by taste. Whether they prefer a cup in the morning or at night (maybe even a cup in between), they'll find a flavor they love in this set.
Shanik cheese cutting board set, $50
Game night is always at their house, so what better way to show your appreciation for the hosts than with this acacia wood cheese board? On one side, it has organized trays for crackers, olives, nuts/fruits, and on the other side, the cheese. Stainless steel knives in a hidden nook complete the set.
Tom Dixon brew stovetop set, $300
Gift your very best friends this Tom Dixon limited-edition coffeemaker set. The art deco-inspired stainless steel–finished coffeemaker, plus the four matching espresso cups, turns having a cup of joe in the morning from a necessity into an enjoyable and luxurious experience.
Uncommon goods friendship lamp, $85 and up
For couples doing the long distance thing, gift them two lamps that light up with a simple touch...no matter where they are in the world. Each person sets up their lamp via Wi-Fi, then reaches out and touches the lamp whenever they want to let their loved one know they're thinking of them. With every touch, the lamp cycles through a rainbow of colors. Magical.
Claus Porto rainbow guest soap, $26
These 15 mini soaps aren't just adorable, they're also moisturizing, thanks to the shea butter they're made of. The refreshing scent will subtly linger on the skin throughout the day. A present that you can benefit from, too.
Riley and Co. noodle bowl set pack of four, $25
Bowls with built-in chopstick holders? Genius. Never worry about accidentally knocking your chopsticks off the table again. This set of four only costs $25 and will make eating even instant ramen fancy.
Sipski shower wine glass holder, $18
For the couple that loves wind down with a glass of vino, give them this hilarious wine glass holder. At first, they'll chuckle at the thought of putting this up in their bathroom, but soon they'll find it handy to have...like when they're taking a bath and there's no place to safely set a wine glass down, except in this holder.
Regina Andrew Design bookends, $120
Bookworms will love this pair of rocky gold bookends. It's the type of gift they wouldn't necessarily buy themselves, which is where you come in. Help keep their monstrous collection of novels and memoirs standing upright and tidy.
Urban Outfitters sloth hanging plant, $18
If their spirit animal is a sloth, gift them this sweet succulent planter. It can be hung on the windowsill or from a shelf in the kitchen, but no matter where it dangles, it'll be a reminder to take it easy.
Brooklinen candles, $59
Ponder over which is the A.M. versus P.M. person, and proceed to bask in the four elements: ocean, garden, woods, and bourbon. Keep the P.M. ones by your nightstand and the A.M. candles on your coffee table, so you can light one up when you work from home.
Google clips, $149
Ironically, you won't need an Instagram husband for this one. An automatic camera that captures videos for you—A+ for the couples who have kiddos and want to document the spontaneous moments.
IfOnly, price varies
If you're of the experiences are better than things mindset, give them a private helicopter tour or a glass-blowing class—pricing is per person, so maybe they won't mind you tagging along.
Luxe city guides, $63
You don't see them often because they're always off seeing the world. Give them this book set on where to eat in Paris, where to stay in London, and all the best (romantic) things to see and do in various cities in between.
Downtime by Nadine Levy Redzepi, $23
Laid-back recipes for partner cooking from one half of a food-world power couple. Perhaps they'll invite you over for a meal in return for this wonderful gift.
Parachute robes, $119
They're homebodies, which means they will truly appreciate these luxe waffle-knit robes. Made of 100-percent Turkish cotton, the robes can be tossed in the washing machine, too, for a quick rinse.
Julia B. Couture linens, $325
Should these friends of yours be more of the "couple that has everything" caliber, how about some Broadway-referencing cocktail napkins? Chic.
Pacific tandem bicycle, $269
They do everything together, so naturally a tandem bicycle is right up their alley. Now, neither can use the excuse that they're too lazy to exercise. Simply sit in the back to help steer and let your partner do all the pedaling up front.