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AD. We were gifted the items within this gift guide in exchange for coverage. Moving into a new home is something that we have been waiting so long for. Now, with it being so near to Christmas, we’ve been fortunate enough to choose some items from lovely brands to put together this new home Christmas gift guide. Each of the items within this new home Christmas gift guide was chosen by me and I feel each and every one of them makes a wonderful new home Christmas gift.
If you’re looking for a cute but inexpensive gift then this personalised rolling pin is the one! It is strong, sturdy, ideal for baking with and the personalisation adds a special touch to it. As you can see I’ve themed this to me, Katykicker, and I’m really happy with the quality of this.
Moving house often means having more space and this grow your own chilli plant kit is perfect for becoming green-fingered. All you do is plant, water and wait for it to grow. This is a fantastic gift for someone who has lots of work going on in their home. Point out how by the time this plant begins to bud their home will feel less chaotic, more homely and fun too. Why not ask if you can visit for dinner and taste some of the first chilli pepper for yourself!
When I was thinking about moving house I saw myself standing in a kitchen, overlooking my own garden. This has come true and I think this personalised tan mixing bowl is going to fit in well with our kitchen. The neutral colour of this bowl is ideal for most colour schemes and choosing a quote, or a special phrase, is the perfect way to invoke old memories of your loved one in their new home.
Having a Doctor Who fan in our household means I’m almost certain to be able to find a themed gift for Thomas. This *Tardis desk tidy is going to go into the office in our new home. Working from home means we need access to stationery and I’m looking forward to tidying everything away into this at the end of a busy day. This Tardis really is bigger on the inside and is a reproduction of the eleventh Doctor’s Tardis.
When you have friends and family scattered around the UK it can be hard to find that ideal gift that can be posted through their letterbox. This Cherry On The Cake Letterbox Hamper is a brilliant way of letting someone know you’re proud of them to have moved into a new home and also gift something genuinely useful. Our letterbox hamper arrived on moving day and contained some lovely goodies. Fudge, breakfast tea, truffles and more was a great start to moving day in our new house. Also, because this was a letterbox hamper it was one less parcel to miss while dashing between our old flat and the new house.
Saving money is high on the agenda with a house move. By gifting your loved one a Tastecard+ 12-month membership they can eat out, enjoy time away from the stress of house moving, and save some money too. Tastecard+ offers 2 for 1 in multiple restaurants and 50% in others. Also, you can get discounts on days out, cinema trips, hotel stays and more.
This entry-level camera from *EZVIZ is the perfect device to help your loved ones protect their new home. Available in both a 720p camera and 1080p camera means there is something to suit most budgets. This camera has a 130-degree viewing angle, sends push notifications to a phone when motion is detected and allows you to view, listen and speak to visitors or pets when away from home.
If you’re looking for a lower budget gift then a lovely box of chocolates never disappoints. These luxury Belgian chocolates from Guylian are made with a delicious praline recipe. You can find Guylian chocolates in-store in Tesco and Sainsburys too, so they’re ideal for adding to your weekly shop for a nice treat when people come to visit or if your loved one moves house with short notice, as we did, and you want to take something on the first visit.
A new house means lots of visitors. Tradespeople, perhaps a family gathering or two, and so these Nespresso-compatible coffee capsules, from Lost Sheep Coffee, are a great gift. You could use these as the basis for a nice new home hamper or perhaps as a gift when you invite yourself around for a coffee!
Moving into your first home can be such an expensive time. There are SO many things you don’t realise you need when you first get your keys. Tower have a range of products perfect for new home gifts. The *Scandi rapid boil kettle and *2-slice toaster would make great new home Christmas gifts. They have a lovely colour scheme, that blends with most kitchen decors, and they make the perfect addition to a new home.
This *Akai DAB Vintage Radio is a delightful addition to just about any room in the home. With a radio or buzzer alarm clock, rotary volume dial and 20 station presets your loved one can think of you every time they wake up in their new home. I love the taupe finish of this and feel it goes well with neutral colours.
Having a new home means you want it to smell nice when people come to visit. Why not gift your loved one this Ellia Homedics Diffuser? This is so simple to use, requires just a few drops of essential oils and makes home smell absolutely amazing.
This personalised bear doorstop is a great way to keep a new door open, especially useful for little ones who are anxious about going to sleep in a new environment. Also, this is super soft and adorable too and wears a personalisation heart pendant on a necklace.
Moving home is a very stressful time, especially near to Christmas. Gifting your loved one a gift that works for both Christmas and a new home is a great way to save yourself a little money and still let your loved one know that you’re thinking of them.