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Gifts for the Home & Host or Hostess

Gift Guide for Home and Host or Hostess

 

Hi Everyone!  Have any of you started your gift buying for the holidays?  In the past, I started making my lists and looking in October, but didn’t actually start buying anything until early December.  Well… this year will be different.  With expected shipping delays and low inventory, I’ll be starting that gift shopping… now!  Lately, I’ve been looking at a lot of items for the Home as I moved into a new home in Westchester, New York earlier in the year.  These are my curated picks of Gifts for the Home which would also be great gifts to give to the Host or Hostess at your next party or gathering.

The marble serving board is an elegant serving dish for cheese, to create a charcuterie platter or really any other food item that you would serve on a plate.  After the meal, it’s also a beautiful plate to hold candles.

These gorgeous Glazed Leaf Plates are not just practical as serving dishes, but they are also beautiful home decor items. Also, an effortless way to add a pop of color to your kitchen/dining area!

Love the nostalgic and cozy vibe of the Enamel Camp Mugs.  Great to use outdoors. Get them monogrammed for a more personalized gift.

When the weather is bad, I always daydream about a trip to the beach.  This Beaches coffee table book is perfect for beach getaway wanderlust.

Especially for entertaining, I love having beautiful trays available. Love the minimal chic beauty these acrylic trays made more special with personalization.

Another cozy home find, love the luxe look and feel of this faux fur throw.

This Holiday Classic Candle from Nest is my fave candle scent for the home, and not just during the holidays!

A practical and versatile gift, I bought this basket for my home to hold extra blankets and throw pillows.  Love it to quickly tidy up the home!

Ok, time for me to start prepping my home decor for the holidays. Stay tuned for more Gift Guides coming here soon as well as Cyber Week Sale faves. 😘😘

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