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Housewarming Gifts For Every Personality

March 15, 2018

Housewarming Gifts For Every Personality

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There are two things every perfect housewarming gift-giver gets right - it’s useful for the home and suits their receivers personality to a tee. We’ve matched 8 gifts to personalities, including those sort-of friends. But don’t just take our word for it. Put on your thinking cap and and ask yourself who will love any of these great housewarming gifts.

For the socially conscious friend

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Embracing the culture and colours of Ghana in West Africa, Adinkra Designs have a range of baskets, planters, fans and kids decor that is the perfect gift for anyone with a social conscience. All their products are handmade by African artisans under their Fairtrade partnership and feature natural, sustainable materials. Suited to every budget and a multi-purpose gift that will offer more than just African glamour in their home. Who better to explain than co-founder Kelly Boateng:

“Our baskets not only look great in the home but are also very functional and can be used for storage, to take to the beach, as an alternative to plastic bags when shopping [or] as a picnic basket - the uses are endless!”

If you really want to dress up your gift then turn an Adinkra Designs basket into an ethical, impressive hamper.
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