Forget the classic candle and hand cream set, we’ve put together a list of five brilliant housewarming gifts that new homeowners will actually use (and love!) in their new gaff for years to come!
1. Mino Bluetooth Speaker
No matter what your tastes are, good tunes are a necessity for any home! This miniature sound system packs a punch, meaning it can be hidden away out of sight and still blast music. The Mino comes in a variety of colours to suit whatever palette the new owners are into.
2. HAY Marbled Teapot
No doubt that there will be plenty dropping in for a chat or two to check out the new digs. This stunning marbled teapot is ideal for whipping up a cuppa for when the nosy neighbors drop by.
3. Jo Browne Oil Diffuser
This bamboo oil diffuser takes the guesswork out of picking the perfect candle. Let the homeowners mix and match essential oils to find a scent of their choice with this handy oil diffuser. It’s easy to change up scents as well, making this a great multi-use gift!
4. Fallon & Byrne Gift Voucher
New kitchen, might as well use it! Treat someone to a tasty meal in by gifting a Fallon & Byrne gift voucher. The Dublin staple specialty food shop has everything from prepackaged meals to decadent desserts and treats from around the globe. No better way to break in the new digs!
5. Irelandopedia: A Compendium of Map, Facts and Knowledge
A stunning illustrated book by father-daughter duo John and Fatti Burke, Irelandopedia makes a beautiful coffee table book for any Irish home. Fatti’s bright, cheerful illustrations will keep guests of all ages engrossed, as well as the tidbits they’ll learn along the way!
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About the author: Zoe YohnHailing from the Nebraskan plains, content creator Zoe Yohn currently lives in Dublin.
As marketing executive for Lisney, she has a devoted interest in learning more about Ireland's property marketing, both professioanlly and personally.
Zoe has recently earned her MA in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama at UCD and is a writer, social media specialist and French fry connoisseur.