Valentine’s gift ideas for interior lovers
Not sure what to get your interiors-obsessed other half for Valentine’s Day? These home gifts are cute, practical and not over-the-top. So if you’re hoping for a cosy night in for two on 14 February, say je t’aime with Good Homes’ pick of perfect presents…
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1. Love cups
Who doesn’t love a nice hot hit of caffeine? Ensure your loved one enjoys their tea or coffee in style with one of these love slogan cups by Sisi, House of Style, available from Wild Vanilla. Priced £14 each, they’re a cute little present for a coffee-lover, made extra special with the addition of their favourite coffee beans.
2. Forever flowers
As lovely as a fresh Valentine’s bouquet is, it won’t last. Fortunately, dried flower bouquets are very on-trend. Check out The Happy Blossom, which offers a selection of dried flower bouquets, wreaths, mini bunches and more. This colourful Sunny Sundae Dried Flower Baby Baked Blossom Bunch is just £23, or £29 including a jam jar vase.
3. Plant a heart
A plantable heart must be the ultimate Valentine’s Day home gift. Presented in a recycled paper square pocket and finished with a grosgrain ribbon tie, this Plant A Heart Seed Paper Card from Plant a Bloomer (£6.95) is available in red, pink and gold and comes with full growing instructions.
4. Served with love
Feeling a little cheesy this Valentine’s Day? This personalised wooden chopping board from Not on the High Street (£33) would make the perfect cheeseboard for a partner who can’t get enough camembert!
5. Wax melt wonders
Wax melts are having a moment, and these hand-poured, heart-shaped numbers from Village Wax Melts (£2.99 for three) smell great and offer a long burn time – perfect for a romantic evening in. Add a Love Cut Out tea light burner (£10.99) and you’re all set for a cosy night in for two!
6. Kettle club
It’s the little moments that matter, so make your loved one’s daily brew even more special with the Emma Bridgewater x Russell Hobbs pink hearts kettle (£80). If you’re feeling generous, you could even stretch to a couple of matching pink hearts mugs.
7. Personalised love notes
Tell your significant other just how much you love them with these cute Personalised Reasons I Love You Notes by Martha Brooks (£15 from Not on the High Street). The box contains 10 note cards, each one for sharing a different reason why they make you feel like the happiest person alive.
8. Personalised postcode map
Go back to where it all began with this thoughtful Valentine’s Day gift idea – a personalised postcode print from Maps International (from £23.50). Choose either the place where you first met, got engaged, married or bought your first home together and show your significant other just how much you care.
9. DIY woven heart kit
Crafting is cool, so why not gift your partner this DIY woven heart kit from Yomodo (£45) so they can create something meaningful that will remind them of you for years to come? The kit comes complete with- everything you need, including a video tutorial by Julia Clarke, who will guide you through the methods of weaving.