One thing I’ve learned as I’ve gotten older is how much I appreciate a nice item for my home. I personally love to host and throw parties, and I like my home to feel welcoming and inviting.
When in doubt, it’s always a good idea to get a gift for someone’s home. What’s great about getting a gift for someone’s home is that there is endless possibilities. I always believed that someone’s home is a reflection of their personality. This guide has a wide range of gifts. From the practical to the quirky, there’s something for everyone here.
- The Kinfolk Home $35 – Kinfolk is pure inspiration for living a minimalist lifestyle
- Heath Ceramics $98 – For the one who loves fewer and better things. If the person you’re gifting is into homewares, a little from Heath Ceramics really shows how much you love them.
- Areaware Totem Candles $12-$20 – We love the architectural-esque structure of these candles. The earth tones of these candles work well in any home
- Appointed Wall Calendar $28 – This is a unique take on the famous calendar Stendig calendar. We like the little details like the brass foil accents
- Schoolhouse Electric French Press: $56 – We love this French Press for its old school vibes.
- West Elm Coziest Throw $19 – We can’t get enough blankets. The softer, the better.
- West Elm herringbone planters $22 – For the person who cares for their plants like their babies (aka Mary Ann).
- Artifact Uprising Float Frame starting at $69 – Artifact Uprising is our go-to for prints, albums, and frames. The quality is well worth the price. Even if a frame is well out of your budget, we recommend looking at their instagram books as a unique and thoughtful present.
- Boob bath mat $60 – Definitely a conversation piece that we find amazing.
- Esselle Coasters $38- High quality handmade coasters made by one our favorite people.
- Schoolhouse Electric Work Hard poster $99-$269 – A mantra that should be repeated every day.
- Urban Outfitters Houseplants Mug $10 – Because who doesn’t love looking at a succulent while sipping tea?