Christmas Gift Ideas For The Home

 

With Christmas round the corner I thought it was about time I put together my annual gift guides, it’s never too late to get started on shopping for the big day!  First up I will be focusing on gifts for the home. I have chosen my top picks for everything lifestyle from fluffy robes to fluffy cushions. Everything your home will need to keep you cosy during the colder months.

 

First up is this gorgeous monogrammed dressing gown by Soho Home. It’s hooded, fluffy and comes with an attached belt. It is made my Italian textiles company Frette and oozes luxury and comfort. There’s an embroidered Soho Home logo on the chest and there’s an option to have your initials engraved for that added touch of personalisation. The material is super soft, durable and even used in all the Cowshed spas across the country so it’s got to be good! The robe is available in white, beige and grey for £60.

 

 

Oliver Bonas is here to get you party ready for the festive period with this chic marble & copper bar set. The cocktail making tools come with a beautifully crafted marble base and rich copper display rail. This is your ultimate piece of equipment for your drinks trolley. This gift will make you reach for your cocktail shaker and recipe book. The marble and copper bar set is £60

 

These Mongolian cushion covers from West Elm are inviting and so cosy you will want them in every room in your house. The soft texture cosies up any sofa and armchair and will even look fabulous on your bed. Each cushion is unique and may vary in curl length and come with a zip closure. There’s various different sizes to choose from and the cushions start at £48.30

 

Graham & Green is my go to for all things rustic and these Adowa pom pom baskets will not disappoint. Perfect for small storage solutions in your home, these baskets offer a playful characteristic, a gorgeous zig zag pattern and the contrasting white pom poms offer a quirky twist. The baskets are available in two sizes and start at £28

 

and last but by no means least is the famous hand wash and balm duet from Aesop. Every kitchen/bathroom needs this not just for the wash and balm but for the packaging alone. I have been known to fill the bottles up with a cheaper wash and balm as the packaging is simply stunning and looks amazing in the home. The duet comes in at £83 which is quite expensive but totally worth it as the bottles can be reused.

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