Buying a home is an exciting season because you get to decorate your new space! Below are several holiday gift ideas, including creative, decorative and tech, for the new homeowner in your family.
Society6 has SO many things for your home. You can buy canvas pictures, framed pictures, tapestries, and many more kinds of art.
Floor poufs are a great accessory to any living room because of their style and functionality. World Market and Target both have a great selections of poufs!
Home Security System
Keep your new home safe with Simplisafe’s bundle of technology. The package works seamlessly to cover all rooms of your home and notify you when something isn’t right.
Guest Room book
A guest room sign-in book is a fun accessory to put in your spare bedroom!
Engraved Bottle Opener
Etsy is a great resource for custom pieces. You can engrave your initials, last name or put the year you purchased your home on many of their items.
A staple for many kitchens, the new homeowner is sure to love this classic piece no matter their baking expertise.
Nest technology learns your thermostat habits and changes accordingly, saving you money and energy in the long run!
Custom Welcome Mat
There are endless possibilities for custom doormats on Etsy. Have a shop owner paint your last name, a funny quote, or just a simple “Welcome”.
A great start to making your home smart is a video doorbell. Ring has great options and has prime shipping on Amazon!
Homesick Scented Candle
Give your new homeowner a piece of their current or former state with Homesick’s scented candles!
Custom Return Address Stamp
This is a gift your new homeowner can use for years and years. Have an Etsy shop owner send you a custom return address stamp!
Hearth and Hand by Magnolia
Your new homeowner is sure to love nearly anything from Magnolia’s collection at Target. Give them a few staple pieces or decorative pillows or even a gift card!
Simple and elegant, these copper mugs make a statement on any shelf and are useful for entertaining!
Decorative lanterns look great on mantles or on the floor next to coffee tables and throw pillows.