52 Hottest Holiday Gifts for First-Time Homeowners
Whether you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for a new homeowner or you’ve moved into new digs yourself, consider this your essential shopping list.
Have a seat
If you’re looking for cozy decorating ideas, consider starting with seating. The contemporary DHI Deco Sunflower Accent Chair ($99) features a kiln-dried hardwood frame and legs and a subtle sunflower design that hints at whimsy without being in your face about it.
See the light
Light up the night with this very cool but simple allen + roth Glass Table Lamp ($30). Bonus: It can go just about anywhere because it’s totally neutral. Check out these other cheap decorating tricks that can make your house look expensive.
Traveling over the holidays is a hassle, but you can still look like you traveled the world with an Imax Worldwide Ceramic Plate with Pierced Design and Iron Stand ($82). This impressive plate features an intricate cutwork design with sturdy iron stand to display in your home.
The striking Office Star Metro Storage Bench ($105) isn’t just for looks; it opens up to reveal storage space for blankets, shoes, or even holiday decorations. Here are more genius storage hacks to banish clutter.
The Scott Living Glossy White End Table ($152) is the perfect modern piece to hold your hot cocoa while you binge on Netflix.
Repeat after me: This mantra-filled wall art—Inspirational Wall Art ($30)—will be sure to inspire long after the holiday season is over.
No wimpy flowers allowed. The Surya Zuniga Ceramic Vase ($40) vase holds its own in any living room or foyer corner. At almost 14 inches high, it’s a big gift without a big price tag. Here’s how to create a gorgeous dried flower arrangement.
On the clock
Move over mistletoe and hang the allen + roth Bronze Wall Clock ($40) above an entry door. Wondering why the IIII on the clock isn’t written IV? There’s actually a few theories: For example in Roman times the god Jupiter was spelled IVPPITER and the Romans didn’t want to use part of his name on a sundial or in accounting books, so IIII replaced it. Here’s a cool way to view the vast Roman road system.