This is the year we all became homebodies, spending more time on the couch or in bed instead of out and about, and that's fine, because of the whole quarantine thing. If you have someone in your life that you want to help have a better time at home and lean into their homebody-ness this holiday, this guide is for you.
As someone that cannot function while laying on the couch without a blanket, this is a bit of a personal recommendation. This fuzzy throw is made with HEATTECH yarn that uses your own body heat to keep you warm.
Lunya or Lahgo Sleepwear
For the ladies, I recommend the Cozy Cotton Silk Waffle Henley for the ultimate, luxurious sweater to curl up in (or even work in, it’s that good) or the Chunky Wool Cropped Pants for full body comfort. And for the guys, check out Lahgo, Lunya’s brother brand: The Restore Jogger is one to pull the trigger on.
Tea Forte Kati Cup
Loose leaf tea is a hassle, no matter how many times you’ve made it. This cup, beloved by Scouted contributor tk, puts all the effort of making loose leaf tea and simplifies it. Just put your tea in the included steeper basket, add hot water, then remove the basket when it’s done.
New Echo Dot
Look, I’m not saying we’re all starved for attention, but these days, I strike up conversation with every person that delivers packages or food to my apartment. The newest Echo Dot features a built-in clock, smart home compatibility, and you can even just ask it to tell you jokes.
Swim Club Jigsaw Puzzle
If there ever were an official toy/hobby of the pandemic, the jigsaw puzzle would be it. Jiggy Puzzles partners with artists to feature collections of puzzles that, once completed, look like they should be framed. And they can be, with the included puzzle glue and a straight-edge tool. Really, this is a two-in-one gift.
The Super Plush robe from Brooklinen takes the pillow-like plush from their Super Plush towels (a favorite of Scouted Staff Writer Dan Modlin) and lets you wrap your entire body with it. The newest colorway, Ocean, is like the classic ‘90s bathrobe every household had.
Smythson Ludlow Soho Notebook
Is there anything like cracking open a brand new notebook? If your loved one also can’t get enough of the written word, get them a notebook that will make them feel like it’s 1930 and they’re writing the next Great American Novel.
Homesick Personalized Candle
Everyone loves a good candle, but take it one step further and send your loved one a customized one. Pick up a candle that reminds them of their home state or makes them feel amazing as they dive into a book, then add your own message (up to 130 characters).
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