If Team Normal ever decides to host a massive party where we all get together, we’re calling either Amy or Bea to host. When it comes to gifts for the home, they crushed it. Their own decor must be classy af if these are the gifts they give to other people. We’re talking quartz and vintage inspired art.
Check out our gifts for the home that don’t suck!
Evil Eye Wall Hanging
Give the gift of soul protection this holiday; it’s way better than scratch tickets. The “evil eye” symbol protects against curses and bad intentions of your enemies. Not that any TN gals has enemies. We are all delightful.
Hand-crocheted exclusively for Furbish, $48
Agate Cheese Platter
This rose quartz cheese platter will add a pop of glam to any cocktail party. Each natural stone plate is unique and edged in polished brass. Not only does this serving dish present charcuterie into a lovely fashion, rose quartz is the healing crystal that opens up the heart chakra. The plate is also available in blue, green, white quartz, and amethyst.
Buy this for your friend who needs a pop of color in her white, blah kitchen (we all have that friend!). The mint color and retro styling is fresh and fun, especially when you consider that just about every toaster option at Bed, Bath, and Beyond is white, stainless, or black. Snoring!
Smart Meat thermometer
A gift for the home that is TOTALLY for your dad. There is nothing that says “Dad gift” more than a bluetooth enabled, smart-device syncing meat thermometer. Find it here on Amazon. This is the millennial grown-up kid version of the “Greatest Dad Ever” mug. My dad’s going to annoy us all to death demonstrating how this thing works when he makes the prime rib for New Years and again this summer while he grills, but I’ll be feeling smug about it next Thanksgiving when he’s “watching” the turkey from the den and not stepping on my toes while I make the casseroles.
Vintage Inspired Fan Posters
My favorite fandom merch is always subtle, so I’m in love with the vintage travel ad inspired posters at the WindowShopGal store on Etsy. She hasn’t illustrated Forks or Fraser’s Ridge yet, but if your hallway is anything like mine it needs a triptych of Hogsmead, Stars Hollow and Pawnee. These posters come in standard frame sizes so it’s simple and affordable to gift them all ready to hang.