Black Friday Gift Guide for Renters

Don't get trampled at Walmart again this year! The Web is crawling with deals. Not to mention, gifts that you can't find everywhere. We did the work sourcing affordable, space-saving, fun gifts for family and friends. Check it out, Santa.

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This limited-edition Lomography fish-eye camera takes cool distorted pictures and it's a work of art itself, the body was designed by hip, London artist Robert Ryan. Available at Urban Outfitters, $58.
Many of today's design heavyweights, like Jonathan Adler and Kelly Wearstler, borrow from the bold, graphic style of legendary British interior designer David Hicks. The design-minded on your list will appreciate this gorgeous 300-page tome on her coffee table: House Beautiful called it "the book of the season." Available at Amazon, $40 (down from $65).
Apartment dwellers with small kitchens know this: Dirty dishes fill up quickly in a small sink. This stylish rack might inspire a cleaner kitchen. Also, it cleverly folds down to lay flat in case you need to stash it away to reclaim counter space. Available via Black + Blum, $59.
Anyone who's scrapped their landline to go all-cell has had a twinge or two of missing the old-fashioned phone handset - especially your chatty Cathy sister. These cute Yubz Talk Mobile models are available in many colors and are on sale at Amazon, $19.
This is a toy car even parents will want to play with. Made by Swedish company, Playsam, whose won many awards for its sleek, streamlined wooden-toy designs. Their cars are usually a bit pricey, but this Streamliner Cab is on sale for $39 (down from $55).
Felt has been all the rage lately, showing up in everything from placemats to trash bins. These cute wool-felt stockings will jazz up any fireplace. Made by My Perennial, available in a variety of colors and designs, each $58.
This has to be the coolest reusable bag, and potentially the only one a guy would feel excited about carrying around. The "Greenaid" has a Neoprene outer shell and reusable polyester shopping bag inside. Available at Love & Repucci, $16.
Even Oprah loves these 100 percent cotton throws. They're super-compact, can be used for a variety of things and they've been popping up everywhere lately. They're absorbent enough to be used as bathtowels or beach towels, large enough to be throws and cute enough to be a sarong or shawl. Available from Scents and Feel, $55.

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