By Domino Staff

Published on May 6, 2015

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Photography by ANNIE SCHLECHTER

Your nephew got accepted into five colleges. Your sister graduated cum laude. Your BFF just got another degree. You’re pretty darn proud. And need something amazing (as in: unique, unexpected, and useful) to give the grad. Here are a few of our favorite ideas.

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He’s always losing track of his stuff? Give him something to keep his cards, cash, and phone in one place.

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Your wish: To decorate that drab dorm room for her.

Our solution: A room-in-a-box, which includes bedding, picture frames, pillows, coasters, and more.

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Time to make the bed. Or give them some stylish incentive for changing the sheets.

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Roomy enough for stashing a weekend’s worth of clothes (or dirty laundry).

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Not even her Instagram addiction can take the place of her need to have photos displayed around her apartment.

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A date he won’t forget. A nickname he’ll never outgrow. Personalize this leather flask with a message (up to 10 characters) that he can take on the road.

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A lesson she probably didn’t learn in college: A gorgeous stovetop casserole will steal the attention away from that so-so stew.

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Let them whip out their mini in something not so plain (or predictable).

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Small-space dweller? Here’s a walnut-wood piece with just a hint of color.

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She’s done with solids. Call in the colorful stripes.

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No matter where she’s off to (campus, career path, Costa Rica), this cool-as-can-be carryall will make the transition in style.

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While you can’t guarantee the fridge will be stocked with fruits and veggies, you can be sure there’s cold-brewed coffee.

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Uh-oh: She’s locked herself out of her new place again. At least give her something to hold on tight to.