Unique home decor, furniture, and gift ideas for home lovers. Here you will find a list of useful, inspiring, and just plain cool things for the home-lover in your life.
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Candles make a really easy gift - I don't know anyone who doesn't like a good scented candle! They always have a great and unique selection in Homesense or TK Maxx if there is a store near you or a good old Yankee candle can be bought at most supermarkets so it is a really convenient gift to pick up.
If you are looking for something personalised, a personalised engraved candle from The Engravers Guild is perfect. In several designs and scents you are sure to find the perfect one for your loved on. I have the coffee and bergamot which smells gorgeous, looks stylish and is engraved With Love This Christmas on the back which adds that special touch, especially if you include a name. This candle is 100% plant based and paraben and palm free which makes it a consciously eco-friendly gift.
Another beautiful candle gift is this Coorie (Hygge) scented candle from Arran. It is packaged in a gorgeous box and has the prettiest picture on the side. Priced at £25 it makes a lovely luxury candle gift. This seasonal candle is a comforting fragrance with fresh citrus notes, together with a heart of cedar and leather. Balanced with warm undertones of amber and smoked woods. Perfect for lighting in your home to make it cosy and smell amazing.
I also love this Christmas candle in a tin from The Copenhagen Company. The pretty Christmas design on the tin is lovely and it has a wonderful Christmas scent. Priced at only £8 it makes a great stocking filler or teacher's gift.
Blankets and Throws
I LOVE a good blanket, and especially in the current economic climate when everyone is trying to reduce their energy bills this makes not only a gorgeous gift for the home but also a practical gift too.
This gorgeous and cosy Sherpa throw from Dunelm is top of my list - it looks so warm and cosy and stylish too. It's also a great price at just £25.
If you have a bit more money to spend, this gorgeous throw blanket from Anthropologie will definitely go down a treat with the recipient.
If you have a loved one that feels the cold and is struggling with their heating bills this winter, this heated blanket from Argos is a really thoughtful and useful gift. Unlike a heated bed blanket this is more versatile and can be used in bed, or when sitting in a chair or sofa. With low energy consumption, auto shut off and temperature regulation you can't go wrong!
If you know what type of artwork your recipient likes then a print or piece of artwork for their walls makes a lovely gift and they will think of you every time that they see it. Browse Etsy for some lovely art or shop at craft fairs and Christmas markets. I love this lino print from Georgina Doodles.
Why not gift your loved one a framed family photograph for their wall? Either use or print out a photo that you love and buy a frame to fit or order the print and frame together online from a company like Photobox. If you are shopping for frames, take a look at somewhere like The Range which has a large selection that are reasonably priced.
If you are buying for a child or teenager, what about a neon light for their bedroom? You can get lots of different designs to suit the recipient. If your recipient has a unique style in their home they can work well in living areas too.
Plants are big news with interior decor fashionistas still and they make a wonderful gift. Make sure to find out if your recipient has a dog or cat as that will affect which plants are suitable. Choose an easy to care for plant such as a prayer plant or Chinese money plant and a lovely plant pot will top this gift off nicely!
If your loved one likes spending time in the kitchen, cooking, baking or pottering about, a gift for them to use in their favourite place in the home would be lovely. Classic gifts like aprons always go down well and are useful - I love this one from Anthropologie.
A lovely unique gift which would be perfect for Japanese food lovers is this sake set from The Wasabi Company. It comes with a sake carafe and four little cups. The pottery colours are beautiful and it would make a wonderful addition to the dinner table alongside a Japanese feast.
If your budget is a little smaller, or you are looking for a stocking filler gift this small soy sauce dish is really lovely and only £6. I am sure it will be well used by a Japanese food lover. It could also be used for balsamic and oil dip or as a trinket dish.
If money is no issue then why not splash out on a big ticket item for the kitchen? On my wish list is the Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser and also as I'm sure I've been REALLY good this year I'm hoping for a KitchenAid mixer!
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