A new home is a fresh start and has always been a time to give blessings. The roots of the housewarming gift is in fire, where light was used to cleanse the house of old negative energy (hence why we love giving a beautiful candles). Today, we believe, the best housewarming gifts are items which spark joy for the owner and yet would perhaps be too frivolous for them to buy for themselves. We scoured high and low on your behalf and here is our round-up of what’s currently hot on our radar right now.
Diane James, Large Magnolia Blossom
$108 (was $153)
Diane James is who the world’s best interior designers turn to for their fake flowers. We love the organic look of this minimalist magnolia flower.
Tom Dixon, Marble & Brass Pestle and Mortar
British design icon Tom Dixon’s products just exude high-quality appeal. Presented in branded wooden gift box, this sturdy marble mortar and pestle makes a very tasteful gift for anyone culinary inclined (or simply obsessed with beautiful kitchen things!)
Design Letters, Porcelain Plate
Sometimes personalized products can be cheesy. Available in all letters from A-Z, we love these porcelain plates as a cooler option.
Kure, Strapped Marble Vase
$39.99 (was $45)
Kure is one of our favorite brands for creative, on-trend pieces that won’t bankrupt you if you buy them. Be assured- this elegant marble vase will look good anywhere.
Assouline, Dinner Diaries
You know those people that just love to host? This is the perfect gift for them. With handwritten secrets from legendary socialites, fashion-insiders and philanthropists such as Allison Aston, it covers every trick from menus to seating arrangements.
Alessi, Stainless Steel Split Center Fruit Bowl
Exuding the Italian label's signature sleekness, Alessi’s Split Centre fruit bowl exhibits expert design as it looks good in every single kitchen - from traditional country home to city penthouse.
Sugarfina, Candy Bento Box
From champagne gummy bears to dark chocolate sea salt caramels, Sugarfina sources the globe for the best boutique candies and packages them up in delightfully luxurious bento boxes. We find they are almost too pretty to eat (we did say almost, right?)
MacKenzie-Childs, Zig Zag Tray
A versatile piece that can be used for snacks and drinks or coffee table decor, MacKenzie-Childs tray features the brand's signature chevron stripes and looks chic always.
Kure, Angular Novelty Terrarium
$58.99 (was $65)
If a coffee table or shelf is looking a tad tired, this Terrarium will bring a fresh contemporary touch. Totally versatile, we love gifting it as it looks amazing anywhere and everywhere.
CATHY'S CONCEPTS, Monogram Leather Guest Book
In a world of digital thank you, there’s something very appealing about doing things the old fashioned way. Make it easier to collect special memories from home parties and guest stays with a handcrafted leather guest book. Personalized with an embossed monogram and wrapped with a slim cord for added vintage appeal.