Dezeen promotion: Dezeen has teamed up with Japanese lifestyle brand Muji to put together a Christmas gift guide for the design-conscious, featuring an architectural toy set and a range of super-minimal desk tidies.
City in a Bag
Aspiring architects might enjoy this wooden toy set featuring a mix of building-shaped blocks.
You can create your own mini version of Tokyo, or combine several sets to create a design for a new metropolis.
Christmas Tin Candles
A great stocking filler, Muji's candles are packaged up in simple metal tins and offer a range of distinctive fragrances.
There's a signature Christmas scent on offer, containing a zesty mix of orange, cherry, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom and vanilla. Other flavours include Gold and Myrrh, and Mistletoe.
Muji's minimal aroma diffuser is one of the brand's bestselling designs, and for good reason. It uses uses ultrasonic waves to vaporise water and essential oils, turning them into a calming scented mist.
Available in a range of sizes, the diffuser is the ideal gift for someone in need of relaxation.
Christmas Essential Oils
Muji has expanded its range of essential oils for the festive season.
There's a Winter Spice blend, combining ginger, cinnamon, aniseed and clove bud. There's also a Christmas Tree blend, which comes in a set of two alongside a sweet orange scent. They make perfect partners for the aroma diffuser.
Muji offers a range of hats, scarves and gloves to suit all ages. Highlights from the collection include cabe-knit beanies, patterned ear muffs and gloves that work with touchscreen devices.
Slippers and Room Shoes
Slippers are an old Christmas favourite, but Muji's modern designs can make great gifts for all.
As well as classic slip-ons, the range includes room shoes and boots, lined with wool or fleece.
Seamless Flannel Pyjamas
Muji's pyjamas are made from warm-feeling cotton flannel, without any side seams or tags, to ensure full comfort while sleeping.
They are available in a range of adult and children's sizes in various colours and patterns, so there's a design here for everyone.
These Japanese-style wooden utensils look just as good on display as they do on the dinner table.
Muji offers a wide range of styles and sizes, so you can easily mix and match different sets. Each piece is made from Siebold Beech wood, with an emphasis on clean lines.
Wall Mounted CD Player and Radio
It has been 20 years since Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa first unveiled this wall-mounted CD player. And while technology has moved on since then, the product still looks just as ground-breaking as it did back then.
Now also integrating an FM radio, it's well suited to those with a love for retro.
Simple but effective, this assorted collection of storage boxes can be used to tidy up a desk, dressing table or closet.
The boxes are made from transparent acrylic so you can easily see their contents. Some are modular and stackable, meaning they can be arranged in all kinds of multi-level configurations.
Magnetic Photo Frames
Sharing photographs at Christmas is made easy with these minimal frames, available in various sizes.
The frames are made from see-through acrylic and are free from decoration, ensuring the focus is on the picture rather than the frame.
Cotton Flannel Bed Linen
For ultimate comfort, Muji's bedding is made from the same cotton fabric used to produce its flannel shirts. This gives duvet covers, pillow covers and bedsheets a natural elasticity and softness.
This article was written by Dezeen for Muji as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.