The Bureau D’Architecte desktop collection from Puiforcat.
Photo: Courtesy of Puiforcat

14 Creative Gifts Dad Will Love This Father’s Day

From sculptural pieces for his home office to cool kitchen accessories

Shopping looks very different from what it did a few months ago, but now more than ever, it’s important to show people how much we care. As Father’s Day comes around, Galerie has curated a selection of unique gifts for Dad that can help brighten his home office, make home quarantine that much more comfortable, or indulge in some fun new hobbies.

Keith Haring Untitled (1984) skateboard triptych. Photo: Courtesy of the MoMA Design Store

1. Keith Haring’s colorful Untitled (1984) is reinterpreted into a triptych of maple skateboards that make an eye-catching wall hanging or can be converted into rideable boards. The work continues the late artist’s mission of creating art to support community health organizations—these pieces are offered in collaboration with the Skateroom, which helps fund various youth programs. $550,

Hermès’s Theoreme H Vibration box. Photo: Courtesy of Hermes

2. Inspired by the jockey jerseys and horse rugs made at Hermès’s Faubourg Saint-Honoré workshop in the early part of the 20th century, the large Theoreme H Vibration box translates the riders’ identifying motifs and colorways into a statement catchall sure to enliven any desk space. $1,350,

Nickel tic-tac-toe board from Annie Selke. Photo: Courtesy of Annie Selke

3. Enjoy some special bonding time over a spirited game of tic-tac-toe. Crafted from wood and bone, the sturdy three-by-six-inch board is elegantly offset by sleek nickel game pieces. $175,

Amber glass facet pitcher by Yuki Osako.

4. Cocktail connoisseurs will be enchanted by the luminescent quality of this amber glass facet sake pitcher from Roman and Williams Guild. Artist Yuki Osako uses a series of techniques, from blowing to burning the glass in a kiln, to create handcrafted works of art that will enhance any home bar. $160,

Tiffany 1837 Makers sterling-silver compass. Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

5. Outdoorsy dads with an elevated sense of style will be captivated by the clean lines of this Tiffany 1837 Makers sterling-silver compass, designed by chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff as part of last fall’s Tiffany Men’s collection launch. $775;

Millbrook slippers from Stubbs & Wootton’s men’s John Derian collection. Photo: Courtesy of Stubbs & Wootton

6. Stubbs & Wootton’s sartorial slippers get an artful infusion courtesy of beloved decoupage designer John Derian. Millbook is a posh pair made with emerald velvet that is embroidered with two statuesque racehorses. $550;

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Kapitano beach bag available from Artemest. Photo: Courtesy of Artemest

7. Handmade in Italy, this Tuscan leather beach bag is lined in a sumptuous green wool, which gently cradles the two wood paddles, matching green balls, and refillable spray bottles—everything Dad needs for a fun-filled day at the beach. $2,400,

Cornelius bone and horn box from Bunny Williams Home. Photo: Courtesy of Bunny Williams Home

8. As visually appealing as it is useful, the Cornelius box from Bunny Williams Home is made from hand-carved bone and horn. $925,

Loro Piana’s cashmere Glendale bomber. Photo: Courtesy of Loro Piana

9. For always dressed-to-impress dads, Loro Piana’s new Glendale bomber is made from a weather-treated cashmere with a distinguished suede trim. Unlined and lightweight, this structured topper is perfect for cool summer nights and the transition into fall. $5,550,

Joseph Dirand–designed Bureau D’Architecte desktop accessories for Puiforcat. Photo: Courtesy of Puiforcat

10. Known for its exceptional tableware, Puiforcat also offers meticulously crafted accessories that nod to the company’s silversmith heritage. Designed by architect Joseph Dirand, a longtime friend of company founder Jean Puiforcat, the Bureau D’Architecte desktop range melds brass, silver plate, and gold to striking effect. $580,

Blackcreek Mercantile’s Blackline cutting board collection. Photo: Courtesy of Nickey Kehoe

11. These Blackline cutting and serving boards by Blackcreek Mercantile are made from white oak, which is treated with a food-safe, natural process to create the moody, dark pigmentation. Alone or grouped together, they pack a punch in a neutral kitchen or create a showstopping background for an epicurean treat. $200–$275,

12. Experience life in the fast lane courtesy of Rizzoli’s new high-octane coffee table book, Lamborghini: Where Why Who When What. The stunning photography captures the clean lines of the brand’s most iconic models, while author Antonio Ghini gives insight into the history and evolution of the designs. $85,

Matouk’s Kiran robe in anthracite and white. Photo: Courtesy of Matouk

13. Matouk’s Kiran robe elevates the traditional Turkish waffle style with a supple blend of cotton and bamboo. Available in four spalike colors, it can also be monogrammed for added sophistication. $99,

Maharam’s wool check throw by Paul Smith in Peony. Photo: Courtesy of Maharam

14. Popular fashion brand Paul Smith celebrates its 50th anniversary this year; for the past 18 years, the company has been lending its iconic stripes and styles to textile atelier Maharam. The latest collaboration is a line of dapper wool throws in Birch, Peony, or Iris check. $375,

Cover: The Bureau D’Architecte desktop collection from Puiforcat.
Photo: Courtesy of Puiforcat


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