At Workspace, we don't just offer fantastic office, studio and workshop space at this time of the year. Our 4,000-strong network of New and Growing Companies also give you the chance to play Santa, with some fantastic Christmas deals available.

There's no need to rush out to the high streets and endure the masses this month: little did you know that you can just knock on the door of a Workspace neighbour instead!

If you're struggling for inspiration for Christmas gifts and stocking fillers, don't panic. Read on to take a look at the irresistible products on offer from a selection of Workspace customers:

For the sophisticated homeowner

Pouffe-ction!Remarkable prints from Kristjana S Williams Studio

 

Who doesn't want a pouffe for Christmas? Kristjana S Williams Studio, based at Q West, produces limited edition prints, wallpaper, furniture globes and trays. The Icelandic artist produces delicate drawings inspired by botanics, animals and landscapes. The pouffes are made out of digitally printed 100% upholstery cotton.

For the bling

Handcrafted jewelleryAvailable in the Barley Mow Centre

 

Founded in 2007 by Venezuelan designer Ana Verdun, this jewellery designer produces beautiful handcrafted necklaces, charm, bracelets, cufflinks and rings. Each piece is handcrafted in Chiswick, at the Barley Mow Centre, and many of the materials are sourced at Hatton Garden.

Turkish-inspired jewelleryFrom Portobello to Westbourne Studios

 

Equally beautiful, Ottoman Hands is a British based, Turkish inspired jewellery company. It was established in 2009 by Deniz Gurdal and their headquarters are based at Westbourne Studios. They started as a market stall on Portobello, so they haven't gone far. Some really striking jewellery that won't break the bank.

For the fashion-forward

Fashion is a priority and a way to have fun Bluebella design gorgeous nightwear and underwear for women

 

Sometimes Christmas is the time to treat someone with a totally self-indulgent gift. Bluebella produces gorgeous underwear and nightwear for women who see fashion as a priority and a way to have fun. There are some great nightwear sets to keep Christmas cosy. You could also have a look at their crowdfunding campaign and name a lingerie set after a special someone.

For the crafty

Treat someone to a clutch-making class at I CAN MAKE SHOES. They'll come home having learnt how to use a semi-industrial sewing machine and with a beautiful clutch made in their choice of colours and materials.

For the style-conscious

Casualwear and streetwear for men and womenImage: Reem Clothing

 

Stay cosy and cool in this puffer jacket from NICCE. This fashion label was founded in 2013 by creative director Mitchel Galvin-Farnol and is based at Pill Box in Bethnal Green. You'll find 'clean, simple, quality contemporary casualwear and streetwear' for both men and women.

For the cuppa luvva

Tea for twoWondeful teapots from Toast

 

Beautiful design, as always, from cult British label Toast. They're based at ScreenWorks. It's easy to concentrate on their clothing line but remember their stunning homeware range makes for the perfect present.

Extra special crockeryCheck out Rigby and Mac

 

And if you're looking for something in which to drink your hot drink, Rigby and Mac are a homeware chain which stock some really special crockery. They have three shops in West Dulwich and their headquarters are at Parkhall Business Centre.

For those with a sweet tooth

Because there's always room for chocolate at Christmas...Delicious salted caramel from Rococo Chocolates

 

Again based at Parkhall, Rococo Chocolates sell some delicious chocolate treats included these salted caramel chocolate seagull eggs. We've profiled the founder Chantal Coady and her impressive business already here.

For the young at heart

Alex & Alexa, the online children's retail platform, based at The Biscuit Factory, were founded in London, 2007 by husband and wife duo, Alex Theophanous and Alexa Till. The range of children's clothes is super stylish and the cuddly toys are adorable.

These are just some of the things which are Made in Workspace. Please tweet out your other gift suggestions using the hashtag #WorkspaceXmas and we'll share them across our social channels in time for the Christmas rush!