Hello everyone and welcome to my last gift guide of 2020; my Holiday Gift Guide for the Home! We moved house a few months ago, so I’ve been looking at lots of home decor ideas. I thought it would be good to share some of my top picks for gift for the home as a bonus gift guide.
There’s a wide variety of gifts in this gift guide; lamps, blankets, candles, bedding. You name it, I’ve found it! There’s also a wide range of prices. The most expensive being around £230 and the cheapest around £12. I hope I’ve managed to cover all bases!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my Holiday Gift Guide series this year. It takes a long time to put together, but I just love it and it helps me get into the festive spirit and also find some gifts for the people in my life!
Let’s get into my Holiday Gift Guide for the Home!
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- Glass Lamp with Off White Shade – £120 from Hudson Home.
I’m totally in love with this lamp, it’s chic, neutral and looks stunning. You wouldn’t want it where any kids would be running about, but it is just gorgeous! Pretty pricey, but it’s classic and won’t look dated in a few years time.
- Festive Cinnamon and Nutmeg Reed Diffuser – £19.99 from Katie Loxton.
I love a good reed diffuser. I use them year round, but like changing them depending on the season. My house currently smells like pine, but I’m dreaming of this cinnamon and nutmeg diffuser as it sounds so divine!
- Coffee Guide Print – from £18 via EverlongPrintCo on Etsy.
I have a more rugged, metal coffee sign in my kitchen and I love it! It’s the perfect gift for the coffee lover who has everything! This one is simple in design, but will look good with everything.
- Personalised Bear Family Cushion – £39 from The Drifting Bear Co on Not on the High Street.
This is such a sweet gift. You tell them how many adults and children there are and they make you a cushion printed with your bear family. A thoughtful, keepsake gift.
- Wildlife Set for Birds, Bees and Squirrels – £19.99 from Garden Selections on Not on the High Street.
I bought my mum a bee home a few years back and she loves it. She often sends me texts and pictures of the bees. She once had a bee get stuck, it made a weird sound and its bee friend came and pulled it out! They’re amazing! This would be a great set for someone who enjoys nature.
- Cashmere Knit Blanket – £229 from Zara Home.
This is definitely a luxurious gift! It’s the most expensive one in this Holiday Gift Guide for the Home, but it is beautiful and would look fantastic thrown over your sofa. On the plus side, it will keep you cosy and warm over Christmas while you’re eating chocolates and watching movies.
- Soy Wax Candle Cassis and Wild Fig – £14 from The Clean Market.
I love cassis and wild fig together in a candle. It’s a divine combination. This is a clean, soy candle and I love the simple jar it comes in. Once you’ve used the candle, you could reuse the jar!
- Double Gold Metal Hanging Plant Pot – £49.50 from Oliver Bonas.
I used to be all about the silver and cool tones, but with our ideas for our downstairs toilet, I’ve been looking at some gold accessories and this caught my eye. I have seen lots of hanging plant pots, but not many that are doubled up like this. This would look fantastic in an office, bathroom or downstairs loo!
- John Lewis and Partners Sheep Duvet Cover Set – £50-£80 from John Lewis.
Who doesn’t love cute and decent quality bedding? This sheep set has been on my husband’s wishlist for over a year. It is really lovely and the sheep print isn’t too in your face.
- Waterfall Red Wine Glass – £14 each from Anthropologie.
How gorgeous are these?! I don’t even drink wine, but I want to buy and drink from these! So pretty and great for parties. (When we’re allowed to of course!)
- Nina Yellow Ceramic Mug – £10 from Oliver Bonas.
I love mismatched mugs, so am always buying random ones. This one caught my eye, it’s a funky colour and design. Plus it looks big enough to fit a large coffee in, which I definitely need most days!
- Glass Bee Honey Pot – £12.95 from Hudson Home.
Hudson Home have been nailing all the glass accessories! This honey pot is absolutely adorable and will look gorgeous in your kitchen. I love the idea of honey pots, there’s something so wholesome and homely about them. This is a modern twist on one.
- Sol Marble and Wood Round Serving Board – £39.50 from Oliver Bonas.
I love the mixture of wood and marble on this serving board. You could make the most amazing cheese board and serve it on this stunning board. Plus it’s a great gift for someone who loves to cook or entertain.
- Crescent Moon LED Lamp – £25 from Oliver Bonas.
We have a very similar light to this in our living room. It’s industrial, but warm and I love how simple the design is. It’s a talking piece, but fits in well with our neutral scandi/industrial living room.
- Wall Mounted Wine Rack and Glass Holder – £46 from OurHomeToYours2017 on Etsy.
This wine rack holds 6 glasses underneath and your wine bottles (or whatever you drink) on top. Super practical and great for small spaces. I love that it’s supporting a small UK business too. Currently you can still order in time for Christmas!
- Cena Terracotta Measuring Cups Set – £24.50 from Oliver Bonas.
Measuring cups are a must for any baker and why can’t they be cute? These are gorgeous and I would love to receive them!
And there we have it, the end of my Gift Guide series for 2020. All that’s left is for me to wish you all a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year.