20 Gift Ideas for Your Loved Ones
Fun and lifestyle - When Marie is not working on ideas for new content, she spends her time with friends enjoying a glass of wine, playing cards or watching a show. After graduating in business studies, she immersed herself in the world of branding and managing online shops to give her creativity free rein. Beautiful decorations and interior design ideas always put her in a good mood.
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How about something nice for the home: Gifts to decorate a loved one's home are always a good idea. How about a soft blanket to snuggle up in on cold winter days? If the person receiving the gift lives with cats, a cosy cat cave bed is a great choice. The cushion is removable, the cat can sleep in two different places and if it is no longer needed, the cave can be folded up and stored in a corner. Or how about some decorative ornaments? Don’t let them get dusty in the corner; a tray is the perfect way to display them. You can also give a décor tray as a gift by placing other small presents on it and wrapping it decoratively with cellophane and ribbon.
Games and hobbies: For passionate gamers, their own poker suitcase is an absolute must. Shut the Box, on the other hand, is a game for the whole family and can be given to both young and old. If you’re looking for a Christmas for the artist or hobby sewist in your family, then a drawing mannequin or a sewing box could be a great choice at a real bargain price!
Practical accessories for the kitchen and home bar: Everyone has friends or family members who are passionate about cooking. So why not give them something they don't already have? A bamboo steamer not only looks extravagant but can also help them to tackle completely new cooking projects. It allows you to cook Asian or regional dishes gently making them all the more delicious and a steamer is guaranteed to be a real surprise - even among cooking enthusiasts. A mortar for grinding your own spices is not only a practical gift, it also looks great on the kitchen counter. But simpler gifts such as a tea box made of bamboo with a natural look or a serving bowl made of stainless steel are also a good choice. If the recipient fancies themselves a bartender rather than a chef, then how about one of our whiskey sets? Their classy, high-quality design will spice up any home bar! If they still lack the necessary basic equipment for mixing cocktails, a comprehensive cocktail set is a clever gift.