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text 2018-10-18 14:49
Three Housewarming Gifts That Are Sure to Make a House Feel Like Home

A nice houseplant or a bottle of wine are great housewarming gifts—but let’s be honest—they’re a little predictable.

Moving into a new home is one of those big benchmarks in life and a great housewarming gift should reflect the magnitude of such an event. Buying a home is a momentous occasion, signifying someone’s decision to put down roots, build a new community, and create new meaning in a new space.

At the same time, picking out the perfect gifts for new homeowners is a special and meaningful way to celebrate this moment. It presents an opportunity to think about what qualities or characteristics make the new homeowner or couple unique and how you can contribute to their new space.

There are so many ways to make a new homeowner feel excited about their recently-purchased home with personalized gifts and décor.

Monogrammed Mementos

A monogrammed gift is a great way to add a personal touch to a new home, and the opportunities are fairly endless. Towels, plates, cutting boards, robes—even a picture frame with a beautiful set of initials will add a homey, comfy touch.

Monogrammed gifts are also personable and are sure to impress the hosts of any house party or backyard gathering.

Stenciled States

Did the new homeowner or couple recently move from out-of-state? Or perhaps they met in a different location and put down roots in a new city? If so, or if you want to celebrate pride in the state they’re in now, an item in the shape of a state is a perfect gift for new homeowners. With a versatility that includes both style and function, you can show your gift-giving prowess with a highly-personalized housewarming gift. State cut-outs come in all different designs, from a key-hanger for the front door to a beautifully framed piece of art to a serving tray, a gift with particular geographic meaning is sure to make a statement.

Religious Gifts

For many, a new home is a real blessing. Religious gifts that capture the sentiments of a gracious home make beautiful housewarming gifts. From a simple piece of scripture wall art to meaningful picture frames, give a gift that speaks to the heart.

Finding That Perfect Gift

Finding the ideal gift for a new homeowner can be a little daunting, particularly when you’re going for something that will surprise and delight while also adding practical value and a personal touch.

Thinking about where the new homeowner comes from, where the new couple lives now, their favorite activities, or their unique characteristics and attributes can help transform that initial houseplant into a lovely, personalized gift a new homeowner is sure to love for years to come. Any thoughtful, personalized gift, no matter the size, will help make a new house feel like home.


Since 1997, DEMDACO has offered unique, handcrafted, personalized gifts for every occasion. For your home to your retail space and from birthday gifts to fashion and art, DEMDACO offers a one-stop shopping experience for thoughtful gifts for every occasion. They are committed to the notion that business is not just a financial endeavor, but first and foremost a human endeavor.

Find gifts for every occasion at Demdaco.com

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video 2018-10-15 17:04

BD gifts: My mom gave me a ticket for Bonn Opera's production of Händel's Xerxes -- a simply riveting, tongue in cheek production setting the story in a dictatorial fairy tale puppet theatre (yes, there apparently is such a thing) -- and my BFF raided my Ammy wishlist ... as well as adding a few things along the lines of "all things kitties."  I'm feeling very much spoiled!



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The Girl with All the Gifts - M.R. Carey

It's predictable in some regards, but that isn't bad necessarily: more suspense than horror. The science is poor and the reliance on guns is just stupid when zombies respond to sound. But I quite like Melanie: I'm looking forward to seeing her in a more active role.

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