Hello! Happy Friday! How has your week been? I ventured out to TK Maxx yesterday and I finally feel like I’ve made a sizeable dent in my own Christmas shopping. It was nice to be in an actual shop even if it was still a little bit strange. Back when I worked on a magazine, I could be found walking Oxford Street weekly if not daily trawling the shops for gems for shoots, so physically being in an actual shop will always be my first love. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve hardly found online shopping a chore and some days the deliveries have literally been the highlight of my day but give me a proper shop any day.
Anyway, here is the third installment of my big 2020 gift guide, gifts for the home. For most of us a home is a safe haven, a sanctuary and it’s definitely the place we’ve spent more time than we planned this year, so gifts to make it even more special seem extra appropriate this year.
When I’m not playing with clothes I love interiors and the high street is awash with gems to breathe new life into your living space. And much like clothing, you don’t need a big budget, all it takes is a simple scented candle (my favourite) or a bold print. So here’s my edit of beautiful homewares that will make great gifts for your loved ones or indeed yourself – and stayed tuned for the final part of the gift guide coming soon, it’s gifts for the men in your life.
- Cutlery Set, Cox & Cox
- Tea Towels, Eleanor Bowmer
- Pots, Bridie Hall at 32 The Guild.
- Print, Gayle Mansfield.
- Cook, Eat, Repeat by Nigella Lawson, South Kensington Books
- Matches, Oliver Bonas
- Linen Bedlinen, La Redoute
- Living Plant Gift, Martin & Cox
- Mirror, Matalan
- Dried Flower Bunch, The Happy Blossoms
- Candle, Greenfield of London
- Hot Water Bottle, Boden.
- Vase, Ryle Style on Etsy
- Jug, Arket
- Diffuser, Neom at John Lewis.
- Embroidery, Cotton Clara
- Glasses, Rockett St George
- Mugs, Joanna Ham
- Chair, Dunelm
This post was not sponsored. All thoughts, writing and opinions are my own.