How to choose a gift they’ll love: holiday gift-giving with a personal touch
It’s that time of year again. Tis the season for frantically searching for the perfect holiday gift. With all the black Friday, small business Saturday, and cyber Monday deals flooding your inbox, how are you supposed to sift through all the clutter to find that just-right gift for grandma, your favorite coworker, your best friend?
There are only so many air fryers or tv-themed pajamas a person needs.
Gift-giving can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. We’re spending more time at home than ever before. Gifts for the home or office are a sure winner.
Here are 3 tips to help you choose the perfect gift that your friends and family won’t want to send back.
- Say my name. Say my name.
From bathroom stall graffiti to school desks, we have an undeniable urge to literally leave our mark with our names. Personalized gifts, like the split-initial monogram portrait, let your loved one stamp their space in an classy and inspiring way.
Or put pride on display with a vintage family monogram design. Perfect for newly-founded and well-established families alike, this clean, theatre poster-style family portrait offers a beautiful and customizable way to immortalize a family’s story.
- A picture worth a thousand words
For the friend with a quirky style, show that you get them. Choose wall art that embodies their one-of-a-kind personality. Brantley Décor’s Fine Art Photography collection offers a range of unique, colorful scenes, still life, and even cute cat photos designed to add a touch of flair to the home or office.
- Affirmation and motivation
This year has been tough, but your loved one is tougher. Keep the good vibes flowing with an inspirational poster. A gift from the Artssentials collection can provide just the right pick-me-up to brighten their space. Great for home, office, dorm rooms or classrooms, these posters remind you that you’re stronger than you think.
Your friends and family deserve a gift that feels custom-made. This year give them art that reflects their life. They’ll be glad you didn’t buy them socks.