House Warming Gift Ideas

Posted by Tom Crimmins Realty, Ltd. on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 at 4:28pm.

It can be difficult finding the perfect gift to give someone no matter the occasion. You want to buy something original so they don't end up with the same ol' tool set.

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The best piece of advice for buying a house warming gift - "think of a housewarming present as a lesser wedding present. You're giving something your friend will be using in their new home, but you shouldn't be shelling out the big bucks."

The Home Owner's Manual - The typical "how to own a home for dummies" manuscript. The Home Owner's Manual includes basic facts every home owning newbie should know, as well as tips to help with everyday repairs.

Personalized Mugs - Mugs aren't just for coffee lovers! A collection has to start somewhere, plus you're providing a nice cup of cozy.

For The Amateur Cooks - A new kitchen can seems a bit daunting, especially deciding how to organize it. Giving a spice rack or simple mason jars and spice jar labels can make a difference and eliminate the horror that is clutter. Etsy shop, IHeartPlanners, will be your best friend. She creates unique labels to your liking to make your life more organized.

said the kingsaid the king "use the coasters" set of 4 - Individually, these coasters give gentle encouragements.

For the college student/grad - Saidtheking, founded in 2011, the pieces are fun and uncomplicated and stick with simple materials like wood, ceramic, and screen printed fabric. The collection is for that friend who marches to their own beat. The products have slightly sarcastic/slap on the knee phrases.

Printstagram - What better personalized gift to give someone?! They practically already did half of the job for you - posted their favorite pictures on social media. Now you can turn their pictures into magnets, collages or calendars that can be framed and displayed.

These are just a few ideas. Every homeowner has their own sense of style and decor. You know your friends best, so be sure to incooperate their likes into the gift you give. Or if the new homeowner already has a pattern or theme in their home, continue the trend.

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