Christmases spent in your very first home deserve a little more attention. Whether they’ve gathered their favourite belongings and moved into their first uni pad, or their already an experienced home wears enthusiasts and have just got the keys to their very own home, it’s a time filled with excitement.
If they’ve already got the pots and pans ticked off, then why not treat them to some statement interior pieces that will instantly make them feel house proud.
Copper Ceramic Milk Bottle
The perfect centre piece in any room, this ceramic milk bottle from Typo will make an enchanting alternative to a normal glass vase. Pop a a few stems of eucalyptus leaves in and your good to go!
My Life Story
A first home marks one of lifes big milestones, and the start of evolving adventures, relationships and unforgettable memories. My Life Story is a 100 year diary to capture all of those precious moments, with pages to fill in and a world map to tick off. Its a gift to treasure.
Christmas Scene Glass Dome
House of Fraser: £12
A touch of Christmas to adorn their first Christmas tree will be a lovely gift to receive. This glittering Christmas Scene lights up and could be a favourite decoration for years to come.
Cacti are definitely having a moment, so if you’re loved one is always on trend then these little potted plants are perfect.
Vintage Hammered Copper Ice Bucket
A first home is a great excuse to celebrate with friends, so why not invest in something for entertaining. This hammered copper ice bucket was a vintage find and it just goes to show auctions, antique markets and charity shops can be filled with plenty of gems.
Ico Grey Concrete Candle – Cinnamon Buns
The simplistic design and the fact it’s made from sustainable materials are not the only reasons to buy a Feltan candle. It also smells absolutely incredible, with a strong aroma of cinnamon buns that fill the room even when it’s not burning. Feltan is inspired by Scandinavian style with an environmentally friendly ethos – it’s a unique and beautiful addition to any home.