7 Home Decor Christmas Gift Ideas

7 Home Decor Christmas Gift Ideas
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    With Christmas fast approaching, finding the right gift for the person who loves to decorate her home can be a challenge.

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Leave the Christmas decorating to her, but you can also come up with some beautiful craft and home decor gift ideas that will be valued by her and put on display at other times of the year.

1. Giant Scrabble Lettering. You may have seen it on Pinterest: foot long/wide Scrabble letters that can spell out anything that you want it to say. One example shows home, family, and love scrabbled, providing a wonderful focal point and conversation piece for family rooms. What’s fun about this gift is that new words can be put up as season changes or to put a new message in place to remind visitors that they are loved.

2. Gift Baskets. Take a wicker basket and fill it with white sale items. These days, stores hold white sales before and after Christmas, so you can find towels, sheets, and notions at cut-rate prices. Visit Pier1 or a craft store for your basket, line it with paper and augment with hand soaps, candles or candies.

3. Candles and Fragrances. There are so many candle designs and fragrancies made and there seem to be new ones hitting the market weekly. Help her spice up a room with a variety of special fragrancies including spring flowers, sea breeze, winter delight, autumn leaves, and candy marshmallow. Choose a variety of them, place them in an elegant basket, and watch her respond in delight as she take in your thoughtful gift.

4. Sponge Storage. For the kitchen organizer, a Spongester is a unique gift that doubles as decor. Okay, that is a bit of a stretch, but it does the trick of holding a scrub sponge in a stylish, stainless steel holder that is rust resistant. Chances are she does not own one! Buy her two — the second one can go in the bathroom.

5. Greek Key Cashmere Throw. There are throws and then there is the Greek Key Cashmere Throw from Williams-Sonoma, a jacquard-woven delight that is lightweight, yet comfortable. Its subtle waterweave texture and four-inch fringe will delight your gift recipient and will look great on the back of a divan or arm chair.

6. Monogrammed Soap and Towel Set. A guest bathroom can receive a fresh look with a set of monogrammed towels and soaps. Sure, she won’t want to use the soaps, but they can remain wrapped in their original wrapping, also monogrammed. Consider buying a second set, one with a Christmas theme.

7. An Original Painting. Who doesn’t like art? Well, there are some people whose tastes you will never be able to figure out. Or maybe appreciate. But, you’re buying for a friend or a loved one and that person has a certain artistic bent, one that you aim to satisfy. Find out who her favorite artist or genre is and commission a piece just for her. If you can’t get it to her in time for Christmas, then buy the frame, wrap it up and tell her that the special work will complete the picture when the artist is done.

Consider This Gift

For an older person, especially an individual that has everything, consider painting, wallpapering or adding border to a room. Elderly people may have difficulty keeping up the house, but if you gift a can of paint, the brushes and a drop cloth and the labor to go with it, you may ultimately provide a gift that has the deepest meaning this Christmas and for years later.

See Also Easy & Affordable Décor Ideas to Transform Your Home This Holiday Season

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Matthew C. Keegan

Matt Keegan is a freelance writer and editor as well as publisher of "Auto Trends Magazine", an online publication. Matt covers campus, consumer, business and financial topics on various websites and weblogs, and has been published in the "Houston Chronicle", "Sam's Club Magazine" and "Wisconsin Golfer".