Friday, 2 December 2016

Stocking Filler Ideas: Home Edition

So, I thought I'd kick off Blogmas with a few gift guides! I often prefer buying lots of little gifts for someone rather than one big gift (so there's more to unwrap, of course!) so today I've put together some stocking filler ideas for those who love their homeware...

1) Pineapple candle, £12.99
As most of you know, I'm obsessed with pineapple homeware so I just had to include something that fit that theme. H&M home is one of my fave shops for home bits and they always have a nice selection of pineapple pieces - you can't go wrong with this white pineapple candle - I'd certainly be happy to find one in my stocking!

2) Monogrammed mug, £6
Monogrammed gifts are always a good idea at Christmas - after all, it's just a little bit more personalised. Anthropologie are the best for monogram gifts - they even have an entire section on their website dedicated to it! These mugs are great if you're running out of ideas for someone and have a couple of pounds left to spend - you could even pop some hot chocolate sachets and marshmallows in to create your own little hot drink set!

3) "So the adventure begins" hinge photo frame, £12
Like monogram gifts, photo frames can be a great personalised gift if you pop in a photo that means something to you and the person you're giving it to. I absolutely love this frame from Next - it's classy, copper and features a cute lil quote - what more could you want?

4) Milan luxury reed diffuser, £15
I bought one of these diffusers for myself about a month ago and I absolutely love it - it smells divine and I can tell it will last a while. This would be an ideal gift for someone who likes their candles and smelly things.

5)  Gold dream ornament, £10
Oh Debenhams, how cute is this dream ornament, though? I've had my eye on this for a while, now, and just think this would look gorgeous in any girls home!

6) Eiffel tower ring dish, £10
To be fair, I'd probably just use this as an ornament as I own zero rings. But I love how pretty this ring dish is, from Anthropologie. It would make a great gift for someone who loves Paris, their jewellery or just general cute home decorations!

7) Rose gold artifical succulent, £6.99
Because it might be hard to pop a real cacti in someone's stocking - an artificial succulent is definitely the next best thing, right? This lil guy from New Look also features a rose gold pot making it look that little bit more luxurious.

I hope this little gift guide gave you a bit of inspo! Anything in particular that took your fancy? Let me know :)

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