Argyle Brut Sparkling Wine
Unbreakable Vintage Stemmed Wine Glasses by BarLuxe
7 Piece Knife Block with Knives and Steel
Porter Magnetic Bottle Opener
Cookies And Cake Gift Basket
New England Breakfast Gift Basket Classic
M-Freedom Wi-Fi Speaker
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Personalized Family Rules Canvas Wall Art
Woolrich Hudson's Bay Point Blanket
Roku HDMI 3500R Streaming Stick
Madras Wine Racks
Pasta of the Month Club
Hamilton Beach 12 Cup Programmable Coffeemaker
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Personalized Cathy's Concepts "Growler" Reversible Serving Board
Jonathan Adler 'Pipe' Porcelain Match Strike
Mr. Bar.B.Q 18 Piece Gourmet Stainless Steel Tool Set
Universal Expert Bottle Opener
"The 12 Bottle Bar: A Dozen Bottles. Hundreds of Cocktails" by David Solmonson & Lesley Solmonson
Quirky Click N Cook Spatula System
"Sunday Brunch: Simple, Delicious Recipes for Leisurely Mornings" by Betty Rosbottom
Whether it’s his first bachelor pad or latest dream home, finding just the right housewarming gift will be fun for you and so appreciated by him.
The best housewarming gifts for men are going to be those that take into consideration his interests and personality. Artsy guys will cherish a unique piece of art or sculpture, while wanna-be chefs will be excited to host a dinner party to show off their monogrammed casserole dish or new-fangled kitchen gadget. And if it’s his first home, practical gifts like a small tool chest filled with essentials such as screwdrivers, pliers, and duct tape or an emergency kit with a flashlight and fire extinguisher, will come in handy during those -- hopefully rare -- household emergencies.
Try a traditional housewarming gift that is practical but also holds special meaning. For example, salt represents always having spice and flavor in his life, so an elegant salt and pepper shaker, or a filled spice rack, is a thoughtful gift. Bread symbolizes the wish that he will never go hungry; a homemade bread maker – or a few loaves of delicious bread -- and a monogrammed cutting board will please the man who likes to cook. Plants signify life, hoping he will thrive in his new digs. And olive oil denotes health and well being; present it in a decorative bottle that can later be used to adorn a windowsill in his home sweet home.