It’s Christmas Gift Guide Week here at SallyAkins.com, and today’s guide is full of gifts with a Home and Garden focus. I’ve picked out gifts that cover a range of styles and price tags, and there is something in here for all tastes. Whether you’re looking for a gift for a friend or loved one, or after some inspiration for your own Christmas list, hopefully you’ll find it here.
And if these don’t quite hit the mark, then you’re sure to find something by browsing through the websites that I’ve linked to.
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My first pick comes from Nkuku, a website that is packed full of gorgeous home and lifestyle wares. I particularly love the reclaimed products on their site, like these Reclaimed Candlesticks. They’re gorgeous but they’ve already sold – so take a look at the other Reclaimed Housewares here. They also have a fantastic kitchen and dining section full of fab gifts for foodie friends. And if you are in the Totnes area, why not call into their beautiful cafe as well.
If you are shopping for someone who loves being by the sea, then I’d definitely recommend paying a visit to Sand and Seagulls. They have all sorts of beautiful sea-inspired gifts and homewares like this Seaside Memories Frame.
Handmade gifts are very popular, and there are all sorts to choose from on Etsy. This Believe in Yourself embroidery from Pixiecraft is very cute, you can also find Pixiecraft on their own website as well.
Have you seen the Maisons du Monde advert on TV recently? I love its vintage vibe, and their website is packed full of cool things for your home. They not only have products ordered by type, but also by style. I’ve picked out this fab Good Vibes light sign but there’s masses to choose from. And if you are still shopping for festive decorations, their Christmas section is well worth checking out as well.
Or you could embrace the current fashion for all things hygge with these pretty Verdigris Lanterns. They come in two different sizes, and would look gorgeous in the garden. Worm have a massive range of gardening gift ideas, including gardening tools for women that aren’t floral or pink or ridiculously light! I also love this Galvanised Trug, and this Bee and Bug Biome.
I love spending evenings out in the garden, and this Mini Flames Firepit is a stunning way to keep warm on the cooler nights. It’s perfect if you have a smaller garden, or even to take away with you on camping trips. Not on the High Street is a great place to track down gifts that are a little out of the ordinary.
I got rid of all my vinyl singles and LPs when CDs became the must-have music format. I seriously regret that now, and have started buying up some of my favourites again. Of course, I’ll need a turntable to play them on, and this GPO Memphis Record Player is pretty cute! Music Room is a great website for gifts for music lovers, by the way.
And my final pick for this festive gift guide is this gorgeous Fine Wood Memories Frame from The White Company. I really like the bigger 52 photo Memory Frame as well, but then I could pick out any number of gifts from that website.