Written by Georgia Lockstone

6 home and garden gifts for Father’s Day 2021

Celebrate the Dads in your life this Father’s Day with these interior-inspired gifts.

After a year that was severely lacking in hugs, making this Father’s Day extra special seems especially important. Whether you’re treating a green-fingered grandpa, or a first-time dog Dad, these home and garden picks are sure to please the men who mean the most.

Adventure Print, from £16, wildflowerillustrationco.com

Illustrated print in a white frame showing adventure equipment - Father's Day - Goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Wildflower Illustration Co

Wildflower Illustration Co is owned by husband and wife duo Karl and Rebecca – who design and sustainably print all illustrations from their Cotswolds studio. A symbolic gift for a Dad who’s keen on hiking, rambling or camping, this beautiful print currently reads  ‘Let’s go on an adventure’. However, if you’re keen to add extra sentimentality, then you can replace this with your own text by selecting the ‘personalisation’ option.

The Melitta® epour® Electronic Pour Over Filter Coffee Machine, £199.99, melitta.co.uk

The Melitta® epour® coffee machine in black and chrome - Father's Day - Goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Melitta UK

Tend to club together with your siblings so you can get something a little more deluxe? For the coffee purist who can sniff out a good brew from a mile away, and doesn’t faff about with  fancy milk, consider the new Melitta epour. A true treat for the senses, the pre-brew function gives the coffee time for ideal blooming, so its full-bodied aroma can fully develop. The ultimate gift for coffee connoisseur Dads!

Bright Mugs Top Dad ½ Pint Mug, £19.95, emmabridgewater.co.uk

Emma Bridgewater cream ceramic mug with an illustrated dog and 'Top Dad' text - Father's Day - Goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Emma Bridgewater

Did lockdown lead to you and your significant other welcoming a four-legged friend into your lives? If so, be sure to celebrate his new role of ‘Dog Dad’ with a small but significant token – like this gorgeous Emma Bridgewater mug.

Garden Kneeler, £24.99, beardsanddaisies.co.uk

Image: Beards & Daisies

If Grandad spends more time in the flowerbeds than in the house, then this supportive garden kneeler is a thoughtful yet practical gift. Made from waterproof canvas, its inner foam layer cushions the knees, while the handle means it can be easily hung up and stored away neatly when not in use.

Jour Set of 2 red wine glasses, £44.09, eu.nudeglass.com

Two wine glasses and a carafe half filled with red wine - Father's Day - Goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: NUDE

This handmade pair of wine glasses from NUDE have been crafted from lead-free crystal, and are sure to impress the refined red wine drinker. Ideal for Dads who enjoy a sophisticated glass of red in the evenings, these elegant yet bold glasses look even more impactful when paired with the matching Jour Wine Decanter.

ReGrow Kit, £24.25, brabantia.com

Spring onion stalks growing in a glass petri dish - Father's Day - Goodhomesmagazine.com

Image: Brabantia

For the Dads who find food waste personally offensive, the ReGrow Kit makes regrowing your herbs and vegetables from scraps a breeze. From the comfort of his kitchen, Dad will be able to use his leftovers from spring onions or cabbage – as well as wasted garlic sprouts and carrot tops – to regrow his favourite veggies. Ideal for the DIY Dad who loves to always have a project!

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