Never be homesick again. Hand-crafted candles inspired by individual states.
This personalized gift is made to order and can include a heart, home or star symbol on a city or place of your choice.
Artisanal toothpicks that are surprisingly tasty to chew on. Comes with 6 flavors: Cinnamint, Mint, Salted Birch, Lemon, Single Malt and Bourbon.
The Echo can play music, make calls, set timers, ask questions, call an Uber, control smart home devices, and more.
A map for wanderers. Draw on it, write on it, put pushpins in it, color it— whatever!
A custom cartoon of a home. So cute.
Fills an entire room with aromatic mist— using essential oils.
Everything for brewing matcha.
After two years of testing, The Wirecutter rated the OXO Cold Brew Coffee Maker the best cold-brew coffee maker.
Filled with the fresh-smelling needles of a Balsam fir tree.
Highlight their better qualities.
Turn a photo into a puzzle.
A different approach to puzzles.
Each Foursided Mystery Box is a carefully cultivated collection of greeting cards, unique gifts, and seasonal items that arrives in your mailbox four times a year.
Cute. A cutting board personalized with the names of a couple.
Filtered water carafe that is beautiful on the countertop and shatter-proof.
Get favorite Instagram photos printed onto handmade wooden blocks.
Lively floral, yet simple stationary to be personalized.
Firewood, Tobacco and Spruce from the Brooklyn Candle Studio.
A lucky gardener will soon have a tiny ecosystem of their own.
Select four scents and it'll come in a nice gift box from the Brooklyn Candle Studio.
Extremely strong coffee.
Everyone should have fresh herbs.
Cord-free, hassle-free vacuum cleaner.
Homes are place to get cozy. This blanket is ultra soft and cozy.
See and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone.
Guide to decluttering your home. NY Times best-seller.
Gourmet olive oil. So hot right now.
The New York Times bestselling cookbook.
Perfect for storing vegetables.
Houseplants liven up a place like crazy.
Gifts are not required when someone moves into a new home. They are fun to receive but should not be expected. Housewarming gifts often have nothing to do with the home itself but can just be something small to celebrate. If the host of a housewarming party states “no gifts” on the invitation, you should follow that request but still provide a card if you’d like.
Housewarming parties are often the best option for giving gifts. If someone is not having a party and you still want to give a gift, then give this whenever you receive a tour of the home. When giving a housewarming gift at a party, never bring attention to the gift. Don’t expect the recipient to open this gift at the party. It would not be polite to the guests that decided not to bring one. There is an exception to this perhaps, if you want the gift used at the party, such as an alcoholic gift.
Your choice! There are no rules! You could spend $10 and make a batch of cookies, $100 if you know they need an appliance of some sort, or $50 on a gift card. Whatever fits your budget and style will be appreciated.
Traditionally there were certain gifts given to new homeowners that had special meaning:
A congratulatory card will be much appreciated even if it’s sent by mail to the new homeowner’s. Here’s some ideas of what to write…