Monday, 4 December 2017

Gift Guide | The Homegirls

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If you know a girl who has recently moved home or just loves decorating her current abode, I'm sure interior gifts will be at the top of her wishlist this Christmas.

There are so many interior products available that it would be crazy to even start with suggestions, so instead, I've decided to share my favourite online destinations for all things home...

First up is Cox & Cox, the British brand that creates a handpicked collection of homeware products that aren't easily found on the high street. If the girl you're present picking for is a true interiors fan, she will know about Cox & Cox and, more importantly, she will appreciate any product from the brand's gorgeous range. Luckily there are products that cover all budgets, from £1,150 sofas to £22 glass vases. I recommend hooking your homegirl up with either the Sumptuous Sheepskin Single Rug in Blush, Dipped Matte Brass Vases or Pin-Tucked Velvet & Linen Kingsize Quilt in Blue.

If you're looking for some serious product choice, my next recommendation is, as there isn't anything this site doesn't stock when it comes to homewares. Whether you're looking to gift electricals, lighting, bedding, storage furniture or decorative accessories, has it all. If your budget is low, you'll find everything from beautifully scented candles to towels, and if your budget is one to be blown, you could gift anything from a Dyson Cordless Vacuum to a Smeg Mixer! The site also offers a wine and flower delivery service, as well as next day delivery... making it a lifesaver if you find yourself in a last minute present panic. As for my top gift picks, I recommend the Smeg Kettle, Set Of 3 Vintage Hanging Mirrors or Vineyard Gin And Tonic Candle.

Like Next, Debenhams is another famous British store offering a great selection of homeware products online (as well as beauty, fashion, electricals and kids etc.). The site stocks a huge number of exclusive designer collections that are perfect for gifting - we're talking J by Jasper Conran, JRJ.John Rocha, Butterfly Home by Matthew Williamson and Star by Julien Macdonald. There is almost too much to choose from, especially when you consider all the non-exclusive brands Debenhams stock, like Jamie Oliver, Denby, Le Creuset and Christy. In addition to having a wide range of products, has a variety of price points, so you'll be able to find a fab gift whatever your budget. I'm obsessed with the Home Collection - Rudy Gunmetal Metal Floor Lamp, J by Jasper Conran Cream 'Sateen Stripe' Bedding Set and Home Collection - Taupe Chunky Chenille Throw.

A great site for homeware gifting on a budget is HEMA is a Dutch brand that has been producing high quality products for the home (and general living) for almost one hundred years... so you know it can be trusted. Whatever your homegirl needs for her humble abode, HEMA has it - even if it's just a small mixing bowl or bath mat. You can either buy products online or go in-store, however if you choose the latter, be prepared to buy hundreds of items for you alone! HEMA is packed full of such affordable homeware necessities and gadgets that temptation is too much to cope with. My favourite gift ideas include the ultra-soft Bath Towels in Light Grey, Scented Sticks Cosy Diffuser and Oslo 16 Piece Cutlery Set.

Personalised Botanical Wooden Heartretro peg boardCarnival Letter Lights Vanilla - M

My final recommendation is perfect for those who struggle with choice... it is Not only does this site have a massive range of products at a variety of price points, but it works like an online gift guide, helping provide suggestions for the right person, age or celebration. The website is also full of fun and unique gifts, which is why it's one of my go-to sites in the run-up to Christmas. There are lots of brands and products available, however my favourites include the Light Up Message Board, Joseph Joseph Record Player Worktop Saver, Personalised Slate Cheese Board and Polaroid Magnetic Frames.

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