Decorating is not just a temporary thing when you move to a new home. It’s an on-going process of bettering things and arranging new routines and traditions. In my family, holidays is always the time to get my hands on all things home decor and home appliances. No wonder I love gifting home-related items!
In this post, I rounded up some of the most exciting gifts for the home that you can pick for either new homeowners… or anyone else on your list!
Crosley Vintage Portable Turntable
To be honest, I don’t have a single record in my house — but the look and feel of this turntable is total #HomeDecorGoals. Especially, if you pick yours in pink!
Shop: $89 at Bloomingdales.
Coddle Memory Foam Pillow
Not many people remeber that updating your pillows regularly is as important as replacing your tooth brush. The newer it is, the better is your sleep. And if you really care about your health (or the health of a person you are gifting it to), memory foam pillow is the way to go. The pillows we have at home are by Coddle and I can’t recommend them enough!
Shop: $69 at Coddle.
These gem-alike pieces are actually… soap! Made from mild, extra long-lasting vegetable glycerin soap, these soap jewels come in different scents — that make them a perfectly giftable option.
Shop: $13 at Bloomingdale’s.
Architectural Digest at 100 Coffee Table Book
I don’t know a person who’s not inspired by big, glossy, and fabulous coffee table books. And this book documenting the visual history of Architectural Digest, has a foreword by Anna Wintour. It’s a limited edition book dedicated to the magazine’s 100th anniversary.
Shop: $100 at Anthropologie.
Villeroy & Boch Metro Chic Dinnerware
Latest and greatest collection by beloved brand, created in art deco style. Perfect for a city dweller (or a metropolitan family) with a sophisticated taste in dinnerware.
Shop: from $35 at Bloomingdales.
Plover Gray Squares Napkins
This gorgeous set 100% cotton napkins is perfect for anyone who loves to host dinners and entertain at home. Or for a foodie who’s all about natural fabrics and textures.
Shop: $25 at Plover.
Rachel Zoe Jewelry Stand
You don’t have to have a big collection of jewelry to enjoy this gorgeous stand. It doesn’t matter what jewelry you have — it looks so much better when properly displayed. Not to mention that you are more likely to wear jewelry pieces that are open for a display.
Shop: from $29 at Pottery Barn Teen.
KitchenAid Countertop Blender
I was all about my NutriBullet until I realize that it’s not big enough if you want to make a smoothie for two people or cook a soup. This time around, I’m all about full-size blenders that are not only functional but also super chic.
Shop: $179 at Amazon.
Copper Measurement Cups
If you are looking for a gift that looks more expensive than it cost, definitely consider this set of copper measurement cups from World Market. Not only the quality is impressive (these actually look designer) but they go for under $10.
Shop: $9.99 at World Market.
MacKenzie-Childs Bow Dots Napkin Ring
I love bows, I love polka dots. What else to explain? LOL On a serious note, these are the most unique napkin holders I’ve seen in a while — and I’m certainly getting them for my own home.
Shop: $18 at Neiman Marcus.
Cook Once, Eat All Week
I’ve been raving and I continue raving about this cookbook. Guys: if you don’t know (or don’t like to) cook, this book will change your life! The idea is that you use 3 main ingredients to cook a week worth of food, plus freeze some meals for later. I went through a few weeks already — every single meal tastes like a restaurant meal, and it takes under 2 hours a week to cook it all.
Shop: $31 at Amazon.
WMF Function 4 Stainless Steel Cookware Set
My friend Lora has been raving about these pots for a while and I finally got a set for myself. What makes them different is a lid that has holes in it — so you can use it for staining by turning the lid a certain way. So unique and so handy for anyone who cooks!
Shop: $305 on Amazon.
DeLonghi Dinamica Fully Automatic Coffee Maker & Espresso Machine
I’ve been waiting for the opportunity to get this automatic espresso and coffee maker for the longest time! And when it finally went on sale, I was so so happy! What was especially important for me is to find a coffee machine that will not use pods and just real coffee beans. This one is exactly what I wanted. Also, it’s so easy to use! Basically, it’s a barista-level coffee machine — where you just need to press one button to get a cup of joe.
Shop: $999 at Williams Sonoma.
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What are some of the home decor and home-related items you are shopping for this holiday season?