10 useful and creative gifts ideas to take to a housewarming party
Surprising a dear one that just became a homeowner is such a great gesture!
But what gift you will take to a housewarming party is not always that obvious and requires attention to detail such as knowing the owner’s taste, hobbies, styles, and so on.
Even though there are plenty of options available out there, here are some tips to ensure you’ll find a housewarming gift that has a great design, is meaningful, and is handy as well!
And speaking of handy, why not begin with a cleaning robot?
Cleaning robots are getting smarter and cheaper every day.
Seriously, vacuuming and mopping robots are an amazing item to have at home: it saves people loads of time while keeping the house dust-free!
A new homeowner will not only love the robot but also you for this incredible present.
A personalized object or a piece of art can be very meaningful to a new homeowner.
The idea here is to give a present that carries some personal touch such as a nice message as simple as “home sweet home”.
Welcome mats are a great way to welcome guests. You can tell a lot about a homeowner by the type of mat they put at the entrance.
For example, if the mat at the front door displays a message such as: “Oh, no. Not You again!” you know that this is a funny person. If, instead, they choose a mat featuring a Bible verse, you will know they are religious.
Pay attention to the new homeowner’s style. How do you think he or she would like to host somebody? With a message that is funny, welcoming, or cute?
A set of good knives
Something surprisingly essential to have within reach is a good set of knives. Not everybody realizes how important it’s to have good knives until they get to use them.
Good knives make things simpler and faster in the kitchen. In the end, your dear one will realize how much time he/she has saved by having good knives.
Throw pillows can be fun and they are a great fit for living rooms, guest rooms, nurseries, winter and summer gardens, and even to be used as back support in those high types of kitchen chairs. Choosing a throw pillow can be very easy, but you need to keep in mind the exact room in which they will be placed!
Putting a pillow set together yourself for their living room, for example, will be a great way to surprise a new homeowner and show them how you care about details.
A small tree
If the new homeowner loves nature, why not choose as a housewarming gift a small tree in a beautiful pot?
Olive, lemon, and mandarin trees are known for making people extremely happy! Those trees can be kept inside the house while they are still small and in the colder seasons, so they will certainly add a pop of nature to the ambiance.
A mug set
Can anybody survive without a mug?
Mugs are people’s best friends, as they are used at any moment of every day. Morning coffee, afternoon cacao, and bedtime tea… here are just some of the reasons people like grabbing their mugs and a good hot drink to warm things up.
A set of mugs will last in the cupboard for a long time and there are plenty of options out there as well as if you would prefer personalized mugs.
A good set of bed linen
Surprise new homeowners with a good bedding set.
Understanding how to find high-quality bedding is not easy. Do some research and add value to the present!
Choose a more neutral color if you are not that acquainted with the new homeowner, otherwise, simply trust your knowledge of the person and take the risk! It will be fun.
Who doesn’t like to frame good memories?
Photo frames are great for decoration, while at the same time giving the new homeowner the chance to add their own personal touch by choosing the best pics and transforming them into something very special!
However, if you have a close relationship with this person, you can add printed photos to the frames yourself and make your dear one even happier.
Cloth Napkins and Kitchen Towels
Decorative cloth napkins and kitchen towels are used on a daily basis and will always be useful items in any household.
If you prefer to invest in something even more special to give as a gift, you can also order special napkins and kitchen towels to be used on special occasions such as Easter, Christmas, Mother’s and Father’s Days, and Thanksgiving, for example.
If you are still not convinced, how about taking a look at a second opinion? Read the article by Redfin, with which we have collaborated by giving our suggestions. It will certainly serve as inspiration: 24 Housewarming Gifts for New Homeowners.