We’ve started off small, but that doesn’t mean these candles won’t cause your friends to swoon with delight. Mouth blown glass, soy and paraffin wax and 20 hours of sheer pleasure as the scents gently waft through the room, make these the perfect group gift.
The set is available at Tom Dixon for $300 and is made up of 4 candles each representing a different element. Water is a combination of watermelon, cedar and musk; Air is a floral scent with orange and white musk; Earth is a blend of mint and cedar wood; and Fire is a smokey mix of musk & wood.
What home is complete without a luxurious cashmere throw? Soft, warm and snuggle-iscious. There will be no cold wind stabbing your back if you’re cozied up together under one of these – the perfect place to plot your next move.
Online, overseas or at the shops, choose your favourite colour, weight and stitch, a perfect house warming gift from the gang. Get the lovely chocolate brown from Hub Furniture.
Wouldn’t you just love to have one of these in your kitchen? Fresh, organic herbs and leafy greens at your fingertips as you (or your personal chef) prepares meals. As a bonus, all those wonderful aromatic herbs (rosemary, sage, oregano and thyme) will have your kitchen smelling divine.
For the gift that no one else will give, an antique is perfect. From A to T (ahem…Abbott to Turnbull) you can choose from homewares, lighting, furniture, art or sculptures.
If your local antique shops don’t have the variety you are looking for, try Elements I Love online for a full range of antiques and objets d’art.
Consider your house warming gift sorted (unless there is another spill motion and we need to think up some new gifts as it wouldn’t do to give the same gift again!) For more group gift inspiration, check out our other blog posts, or better yet start a housewarming group gift collection of your own at GroupTogether.com
Moving from the toddler years, your little man will be finding his independence and holding firm opinions on what he likes and doesn’t like. So when his birthday comes around,
Feel like you’re home has been overtaken by kids’ toys? With the average Aussie kid having more than 100 toys, but only playing with approximately 10 of the favourites, there