12 best Christmas gifts under £25

Take your pick of the best Christmas gifts, all under £25

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On a tight budget? Not a problem with our guide to the best Christmas presents under £25. These gifts are so gorgeous, your loved ones will never know they cost so little.

1. A chic travel pouch

Help them travel in style with The Perfect Pouch by Katy Loxton. Practical, but as pretty as a mini handbag. Perfect indeed.

Find more fab gifts for travellers in our Christmas buyer's guide.

metallic coloured pouches by katy loxton at john lewis

(Image: © John Lewis)

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2. Tealights to make their home smell like Christmas

The Spiced Orange set of tealights by Beefayre are deliciously scented and have the added benefit of being an eco-conscious gift, since the company donates part of the profits to bee conservation. 

Find more gorgeously scented Christmas candles in our buyer's guide. 

Spiced Orange Scented Glass Tea Lights

(Image: © Beefayre)

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3. A starry cushion for a dreamy decor effect

Cushions are a time-tested, fail-safe home gift option. No one can ever have too many, so you can't go wrong by buying them another. The Constellation Cushion from Oliver Bonas has the added interest of an astronomical print and a trendy teal colour.

Find more fab gifts for home lovers in our Christmas buyer's guide.

constellations cushion with blue and gold by oliver bonas

(Image: © Oliver Bonas)

4. A fun twist on an everyday kitchen item

We can't get enough of the whimsical and colourful Egg Cups from Hannah Turner. A gift your recipient didn't know they needed – but will absolutely love. 

Hannah Turner Toucan Egg cup

(Image: © Hannah Turner)

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5. Oven mitts fit for a king

Continuing the kitchen/foodie gift theme, the Sardine Oven Glove from Thornback & Peel are very luxurious, but, at just £25, still very affordable.

Find more great foodie Christmas gifts in our buying guide.

Thornback and Peel Sardine oven gloves

(Image: © Thornback and Peel)

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6. Himalayan salt shot glasses for perfect tequila

It's hard to think who this gift wouldn't appeal to. Perfectly seasoned tequila shot, in stunning-looking shot glasses? Oh yeah. The Himalayan Salt Shots from Firebox are style and substance, literally.

Himalayan salt shot glasses

(Image: © Firebox)

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7. A terrarium kit for house plant obsessives

Succulents are the trendiest of plants, and we can see why. Easy to care for and coming in lots of variations of shapes and sizes, they look great in any room. The Succulent Terrarium Diy Gift Kit will appeal to anyone with green fingers. 

Find out how to use succulents to make a crazily fab Christmas wreath.

Succulent terrarium DIY kit

(Image: © Badger and Birch)

8. A cute take on salt and pepper shakers

Pretty and useful, the Saskia Salt & Pepper Shakers from Oliver Bonas are a delight, whether you are a cat lover or no. 

Saskia Salt & Pepper Shakers from Oliver Bonas

(Image: © Oliver Bonas)

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9. A Real Homes subscription

We know we would say this but Real Homes magazine is a fab read – as well as being a great reference for anyone looking to transform their home. A subscription means you'll have all the latest on updating your home, whether owned or rented, and whether you're on a budget or splashing out on a forever family home. 

Real Homes November 2018 front cover

(Image: © Real Homes)

10. A cute stocking filler hand cream trio

Cute and very affordable, the Alpacas set of three hand creams from Cath Kidston will make a great stocking filler.

Many, many more stocking fillers can be found in our Christmas buying guide.

Cath Kidston festive hand cream trio

(Image: © Cath Kidston)

11. A funky teapot

And if all else fails, why not give them a teapot? It doesn't matter if they're a tea connoisseur or just have a massive bag of PG Tips in the cupboard, everyone loves pouring a cuppa from a nice teapot, especially when there are guests in the house. 

Our pick is the stylish and urban Ivory Earthenware Teapot from Maisons du Monde.

Ivory Earthenware Teapot from Maisons du Monde.

(Image: © Maisons du Monde)

12. A stylish tealight holder

Are they into their candles and tealights? Give them a tealight holder that's a cut above average. The Sorbet Tealight Holder from LSA International is super chic and modern, with its delicate sepia tone and gold rim. So pretty that it will work on its own as a coffee table ornament, too.

Sorbet tealight holder by LSA International

(Image: © LSA International)

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