What gifts do you buy for someone who has it all?
Stuck for ideas?
Don’t fret, everyone has that person in their life that seems to have it all. This obviously presents a challenge when you try to shop for gifts whether it’s for their birthday, anniversary or Christmas. But of course, they don’t have EVERYTHING just yet, and with our collection of gifts, the perfect surprise won’t be hard to find. So, if you’re looking for gifts that they don’t already have, we’ve got plenty of unique and fabulous ideas for those who have it all. These gifts are sure to make them smile.
A unique bar stool is hard to come by – one that’s handmade and limited edition is even harder. Do they have a bar or a kitchen island? Another idea for these stools are to use them as little side tables or extra seating which look just as good placed at the side of a room.
A faux fur throw is near on essential at this time of year. Not only is it super luxurious and warm, it’s also a gorgeous statement for the home. Perfect for laying across the bed or snuggling under on the sofa, this throw is a must-have Christmas present!
What’s better than giving someone the gift of a good nights sleep? Bedlinen is one of those gifts that often people don’t think about for themselves. It’s a real treat to climb into fresh sheets and linen is an all year-round hardwearing fabric meaning it will last a lifetime.
For the budding chef, gift something from our gorgeous Kuro ceramic range. Not only does it look gorgeous on a shelf, but food looks professional and striking – appetising some people might say!
An impactful and generous gift of light. Do you know someone who loves to accessories their home, or thoughtful of lighting their living spaces? These table lamps are so versatile and make a statement whether turned on or off.
We all have that one person on our list – the one who is, in word, impossible to get gifts for. But even if someone seemingly has everything, you can’t just skip a gift altogether. You can give them the choice – gone are the days where gift vouchers are seen as a cop-out. Put the ball in their court and let them get something they want/need.