The Ultimate Cozy at Home Gift Guide
It’s cold, dark, and we’re not going anywhere any time soon. So why not lean into it? Help your friends and family turn their home into a comfortable retreat that they don’t want to leave anyway, with these super cozy gifts.
Rumpl Merino SoftWool Throw Blanket
For the person who’s planning on spending the winter under a pile of blankets on the couch, Rumpl’s new Merino SoftWool Throw is the ultimate cozy gift. The blanket is made from a blend of Australian Merino Wool fibers (responsibly sourced) and organic cotton fibers to create a blanket that has all the warmth (and anti-bacterial properties) of wool, but the softness and itch-free factors of cotton. The generously sized throw (50” x 70”) is big enough to share (or to just wrap one person in a cocoon of warmth).
Orvis Tipped Crew Sweater
Orvis’ Tipped Crew Sweater is comfortable enough for lounging, but presentable enough for Zoom calls. Made from a trademarked MarinoWul+ fabric, this sweater has the softness of cotton and the temperature-regulation of Merino Wool—and it’s even made from recycled materials. Tipped turn-back cuffs give a fun pop of color on days when you want it.
Title Nine Crash 2.0 Polartech Tights
Once you try fleece-lined tights, it’s impossible to go back to regular tights (or pants, really). Title Nine’s Crash 2.0 Polartech Tights are the only leggings anyone will want to wear this winter. The ultra-soft plush lining helps lock in warmth, and a tightly woven exterior blocks wind chill. These abrasion-resistant tights can be worn for a Netflix binge on the couch, under ski pants as a midlayer, or on their own for a winter walk.
Quince Cashmere Sweatpants
For the person who hasn’t worn jeans since 2019, the Quince Cashmere Sweatpants are a significant upgrade to their work-from-home uniform. With a slim cut and luxurious styling, these are sweatpants they can actually leave the house in without embarrassment, but their 100 percent Mongolian cashmere is so warm and cozy, they won’t feel like you’re wearing pants. These sweatpants are under $90—Quince is a goldmine for affordable cashmere, with sweaters starting at $50.
You want to be warm and cozy while curled up on the couch at home drinking a beer, but you don’t want your beverage to be at the same temperature. Enter the BruMate Bott’l, an insulated holder that fits all standard beer bottles, stops condensation, and keeps your beverage 20 times cooler than a koozie. Giftee more of a hard seltzer or wine drinker? BruMate has insulated holders for those beverages too.
Magic Bullet Kitchen Express
For the friend that’s sick of cooking at home, the Magic Bullet Kitchen Express is the next best thing to gifting a personal sous chef. This little gadget is magical indeed, as it does all the chopping, slicing, mixing, and shredding for you. Thanks to dishwasher-safe components, the Magic Bullet Kitchen Express saves on clean-up time as well.
Peet’s Small Batch Series Coffee Subscription
Know someone who’s missing their usual coffee shop routine? Bring the cafe to them with Peet’s Small Batch Series Coffee Subscription, which delivers bags of fresh-roasted coffee right to their door each month. These limited-edition, unique beans are sourced from around the world, and subscriptions can be customized by amount and grind.
De’Longhi Air Fry Digital Convection Oven
Air fryers are the must-have kitchen gadget lately. Get in on the trend with the De’Longhi Air Fry Digital Convection Oven. Convection ovens get your food crispier than in the basket-style air fryer (thanks to a more even distribution of hot air). De’Longhi’s version heats up 60 percent faster than a traditional oven and uses zero oil to create healthy dupes of your favorite fried foods. It comes with an enamel bake pan and aluminum pizza tray, plus nine presets so you can make restaurant-quality pizza, cookies, french fries, and more with the push of a button. Bonus: De’Longhi’s oven can be used as a toaster, so you can replace your toaster oven with this one and save counter space.
OluKai Ku’una Slippers
Lined with a super soft shearling and equipped with an ultra-supportive footbed with gel insert, OluKai’s Ku’una Slippers are the magic blend of warm, comfortable, and good for you. The collapsible back lets you wear them as a slide or a slipper, and makes them easy to take on and off. (Men’s version available here.)
SA Company Frost Tech Fleece Face Shield
The SA Company Frost Tech Fleece Face Shield is an incredibly versatile gift, as it can be worn during outside activities as a face-covering, used as an ear-warmer, or styled as a headband. The seamless inner fleece lining is soft, breathable, and wind-blocking, to keep you warm and cozy.
Marriott Signature Bedding Set
Go all out on the gifting this year with Marriott’s Signature Bedding Set, which brings the feel of Marriott’s famously dreamy bed to your home. The set includes the same plush mattress topper, pillows, and duvet used in Marriott hotels, so you can feel like you’re on vacation every night. On more of a budget? All of the bedding is sold individually as well, so you can start with a pillow.
HydroFlask Coffee Mug
Keep your morning walks around the neighborhood going all winter long with the HydroFlask Coffee Mug. This insulated mug will keep drinks hot for hours (perfect for that easily-distracted friend who can’t seem to finish a cup of coffee before it gets cold) and has a cleverly-designed lid that prevents splashes as you drink on the go.
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