Christmas Gift Guide: For the Home

Whether it’s their very first home, or their pride and joy, décor trinkets make a wonderful gift at Christmas. When all the glittering lights have been packed away and the house is looking much more bare, your gift will bring a little cherished newness to January.

I’ve gathered up some of my favourite, truly magical homeware pieces that are sure to take centre shelf in any home.

Keep it Cool

This is definitely one for the person who THINKS they have everything, plus it’s brilliantly functional and totally gorgeous. It nearly made the Foodie gift guide but it really is a display item in itself. This beautiful bottle combines the whimsical designs of Rifle Paper & Co with the ingenuity of Corkcicle’s insulating technology, resulting in a daily essential that is sure to attract compliments.

Shop: Corkcicle x Rifle Paper & Co Bottle

Destination Daydreaming

Another beauty from Elizabeth Scarlett, this dreamy travel pouch is hand stitched with Zebras dancing through golden stars. There’s something so charming and magically unexpected about it, something that channels through all of Elizabeth Scarlett’s designs. The Zebras come as an eye-mask too, and is joined by a whole menagerie of delicately wonderful creatures. The kissing flamingos are also worth a peak.

Shop: Elizabeth Scarlett Zebra Velvet Travel Pouch

Home Aromas

Scented candles and diffusers are always a reliably successful gift to give someone. They’re often saved for special days that warrant a few extra seconds to strike a match. Whether it’s to relax, energise or just to fill your home with an indulgent aroma, scent experts MOR have some gift sets for everyone.

Shop: MOR Northern Lights Candle / MOR Emporium Classics Snow Gardenia Diffuser Set

Celestial Magic

Moons, stars and constellations are a big trend this season but finding something that’s also a little unique is tricky. This gem from Sass and Belle can be a statement addition to any #shelfie and doubles up as a planter.

Shop: Sass and Belle Moon Shaped planter

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