Thursday, 28 November 2013

Stocking fillers: for the home

I hadn't planned on writing a Home gift guide this year, but as the number of home related items started getting longer and longer in my "for her" and "for him" lists, it became a necessity. Part of the problem this year has been H&M, and the amazing range of really affordable and irresistible items in their home range this year. If you're planning on an H&M Christmas and you haven't signed up to their e-newsletter, do it before you order and you'll get a 25% off discount code.

Top row, left to right
+ Hand knit tea cosy by Chi Chi Moi, £25 Not On The Highstreet
+ Celtic/Tibet rug, £25 National Trust
+ 'Bordfolk' egg cups, £11.95 Nook
+ Normann Copenhagen wine pourer, £18 Bodie and Fou
+ Star napkin, £1.99 H&M
+ Uno, £6.99 ToysRUs

Second row, left to right
+ Ceramic dish, £3.99 H&M (would make a lovely change plate, or also try this one)
+ David Bowie tea towel, £10 Bold & Noble
+ Brass two hole pencil sharpener, £6 Nook
+ Rabbit candle stick, £4.99 H&M
+ Spanish Marcona almonds, £5.75 Fortnum & Mason
+ Mushroom measuring spoons, £20 Anthropologie

Third row, left to right
+ Garrick slippers by Just Sheepskin, £48 John Lewis (currently on price match) or a ladies alternative here
+ Wooden tray, £7.99 H&M
+ Honeycomb decorations, £8.95 Nook
+ Squirrel salt & pepper shaker, £7.99 H&M

Fourth row, left to right
+ Wall calendar, £27 Bold & Noble
+ Glass jar, £3.95 Nook + Radox muscle soak, £1.05 Boots (l love this stuff, think it's massively underrated)
+ Candle stick holder, £6.99 H&M
+ Paper napkins, £1.50 H&M
+ Tray, £6.99 H&M

So I had to stop before the list got too long (I'm told Santa doesn't do greedy), and that was before I'd had the chance to add some of my other ideas such as a scented candle, a coffee-table book, some new glassware or mugs or some lovely coffee. Have a cosy Christmas.

1 comment:

  1. Just ordered those slippers for my dad they look lovely. No more cold feet.