Wednesday, 16 November 2016

A cosy Christmas Gift Guide

For the depths of winter cosy treats are required, to wile away the dark days at home. Time to stock up on comforting supplies for yourself or a Christmas gift for friends or family. After the hectic build up to Christmas these items will help you relax and enjoy the season, snuggle up by the fire and grab your favourite book and these lovely items. 

How about a cute cushion, Archie Puppy with his soulful eyes and jolly bow-tie will make a squishy back rest and a place to lay your tired head. It will look very festive and cheery on the sofa too. A lovely pressie for a pooch lover. £16


Look at soft dressing gowns to keep the chills away. A perfect present for anyone at Christmas ans practical too. I also like slankets like the fleecy bear one but I've also got my eye on a luxurious black gown and need to remember that I should be shopping for other people......

Throws are an ideal pressie too for cosying up. In our house one of the dogs always claims them but there would be no chance with the seasonal one I've found, a Nordic Sherpa fleece for £18, gorgeous Scandi style. 


Brew up the kettle and have a cup of tea in this fox mug. I know a few people who love woodland style and this would be ideal. Bargain gift for £10











Thinking of clothes to relax in at home, ladies sportswear is a good place to look for lounging items that will keep you warm and make a great gift for your trendy sporty mate. I like the Nike Sportswear Advance 15 Cape in a rich dark red colour. £60

For a little light to read by and super trendy interior style, I love the Hello Light Box. So popular this year and a great feature for a wall bringing some light into the winter months. £128

Who doesn't love a Yankee Candle and this one called Bundle Up had me feeling all Christmassy from just the colourful image on the front. Think of being out in the snow with your childhood friends with mittens on and winter coat. The jar candles make such a thoughtful present and they last for ages - I even reuse the jars afterwards and pop tealights in them in the garden for a frosty evening twinkle.. £19


Wintery Pine Needle Lights will bring a cosy glow to the room, like little min Christmas trees shining they are so cute and I'd love this across the mantle well into February for a ongoing winter display. £12



🎄Happy Christmas cosy lounging 🎄


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