7 Valentine’s gifts for interior lovers
Not sure what to get your home-obsessed loved one for Valentine’s Day? Here are a few ideas for the interiors lover in your life.
Buying a gift for Valentine’s Day can be a bit of a minefield. If your significant other is an interiors lover, treat them to a piece of Valentine’s-themed homeware that is sure to make them smile. Here are some of the Good Homes’ teams favourite picks on the market this year…
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1. Stackable coffee cups
Who doesn’t need a caffeine hit on a Monday morning? Ensure your loved one enjoys their espresso in style with one of these romantic slogan coffee cups. Priced at £14 each, they’re a nice extra to go with some of their favourite coffee in a nice bundle!
2. All year round plants
Make sure your loved one enjoys their Valentine’s bouquet all year round with this artificial offering. Made up of four beautiful and cosy artificial flowers, these are perfect to fill a vase that will elegantly decorate your home for as long as you like. The four stems in this Nilli artificial flower decoration include one pink, cream, brown and green in a muted palette.
3. Plant a heart
Consider a thoughtful present this Valentine’s Day with a heart seed paper card to help you grow your own wild flowers from home. Each plantable heart is presented in a recycled paper square pocket and finished with a grosgrain ribbon tie. It comes with a printed insert which gives planting instructions and information about the seed paper. They’re available in red, pink and gold so you can choose your loved ones favourite colour!
4. Served with love
Does your partner love to cook? Or are you preparing a special meal for them this Valentine’s Day? This wooden Love Birds Serving Board is perfect for a cheese platter or simply serving a crowd and would also fit in nicely as a permanent table centrepiece for your dining table. To make this extra-special, you an also have it engraved specially for your loved one, making it a gift to remember.
5. Wax melt wonders
Wax melts are having a moment, whether it’s pyramid scheme sellers on Instagram or an excess of small businesses opening up during the lockdown to sell them, but now we can’t live without the scented goodies. What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than topping up your loved ones collection? A heavenly scented home is the perfect present for both you and your cohabiting partner.
6. Kettle club
If your loved one is a particular fan of a morning brew, surprise her with a heartfelt kettle in the iconic pattern. If you’re feeling generous, you could stretch to a couple of matching mugs so the pair of you can enjoy a romantic brew together on Valentine’s morning!
7. Flower power
If you decide to opt for the classic choice of a fancy bouquet, elevate the gift with this romantic vase. You can never have enough, particularly if you’re planning on spoiling your partner regularly with treats of the floral kind.
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