If you’re not one of those people who had their holiday gift shopping done by September, don’t feel bad. You’re not alone. The pressure of last-minute shopping can make gift ideas even harder to come by. We’re here to help with some ideas for giving the gift of light this holiday season.

  • For the shopper on a budget, a night light is an inexpensive way to light up someone’s life. Even in homes without small children, a night light in the hall or bathroom can make nighttime trips both safer and more soothing, especially when said night light doubles as a work of art, such as this artful Christmas Tree Nite Lite from Meyda Tiffany.
  • For the photographer or art collector on your list, consider illuminating their prize piece of work with an easy-to-install cordless picture light.
  • Anyone with a home office will appreciate a decorative task light for their desk. Whether a traditional banker’s lamp, a classic Tiffany table lamp or a contemporary swing-arm lamp, there are options available to fit virtually any style or budget.
  • For something really special, consider stained glass. A Tiffany accent lamp in the shape of a flower or butterfly will delight moms, daughters and sisters alike. A mini-window display plaque can be as meaningful as it is beautiful. And holiday-themed stained glass, like this Christmas Nativity candle holder set by Meyda Tiffany, would be a perfect gift for the Christmas ornament collector on your list.
  • These are just a few suggestions for integrating lighting into your holiday gift list. Hopefully, these ideas will help you generate even more possibilities. In these days when the daylight hours are so short, the gift of light is one that will be treasured, adding brightness and cheer to this holiday season.

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