The housewarming gift is one of the big milestone gifting moments in life. With the historic boom in home purchases since 2020, we probably all know at least one person who has bought a house recently. Some of the most fitting gifts to give new homeowners provide utility, like a toolset or a doormat. But they can also just be plain fun, like a bottle of their favorite liquor. No matter which gift route you choose to go there are plenty of good options. Here are 30 of our favorite housewarming gifts you can gift in 2021.
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If the new homeowners love getting a fire going, indoor or out, get them a personal fireplace to spice up the coffee table or put on the outdoor dining table.
Get the plant-lovers a new plant to bring a little bit of fresh life and fresh oxygen to their space.
It is hard to give more reasons why the Always Pan is a must-buy, but it's still the internet's favorite pan and we think it's a great-looking pan for any kitchen.
This Lazy Susan will look great on any table and is the perfect compliment to a well-curated selection of charcuterie.
Smart home accessories are a great way to really make a home come together. A video doorbell can lend peace of mind to new homeowners — and just make it easier to accept packages.
Tipping a glass can be a great way to celebrate moving into a new home. And that's much more manageable when you've got a beautiful decanter like this one.
Odds are they need to upgrade from the sauce-stained Tupperware they've been using for years. This nested storage bowl set is good-looking and gets the job done.
Every house needs its own smell to really make it feel welcome. This candle from Boy Smells can bring that kushy aroma to make a new space feel great.
A set of string lights spruces up any backyard space, especially when they're adorned with classic-looking incandescent bulbs.
Aesop soaps smell amazing and are a bit of a subtle flex to have around. Once the house becomes an Aesop house it may never go back.
A nice set of nesting trays is one of the most versatile things they can have around the house, whether they keep it on the counter for the keys or on the table as a coaster.
Premium olive oil is just better, there's no denying it. This is a great gift because it is probably something they just wouldn't want to buy for themselves.
Even if Casamigos wasn't backed by George Clooney, it would still be amongst the best bang-for-your-buck tequilas you can get your hands on. And what better way to welcome someone to a new home than with a stiff drink?
If they are getting into low-ABV spirits or just love a good mixer, the tasty aperitifs from Haus are a delicious addition to any bar cart.
Everybody needs a place to put their keys and other EDC at the end of a long day, and there are few better options than a sturdy and beautiful valet tray.
Every kitchen needs a reliable, versatile chef knife. Truly, it's the single most important kitchen tool, even for professionals. You can't go wrong with this one from Shun.
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Perfect for the Apple lover, a HomePod mini fills the room with tunes, helps control smart home accessories and gives them access to all of the handy ways you can use Siri.
This smartly-designed electric kettle is a fun addition to any kitchen and the perfect gift for tea and coffee lovers alike.
Moving into a new place is exciting, but also anxiety-inducing. Diffusing essential oils is a great way to keep the stress of a big move at bay.
Every home absolutely needs a doormat, not only to protect the floor inside from getting dirty but because it is just one of the nicest ways to welcome visitors inside.
Healthier for the human bum than traditional toilet paper alone and super easy to install, this bidet is an off-the-wall yet nonetheless great housewarming gift.
Speaking of bar cart, they'll need somewhere to keep their alcohol and bar accessories. This cart is an elegant addition to a new home.
Every cook needs cast iron in their kitchen and this set from Lodge has everything needed to make a feast. Each piece of the set will only get better with time.
This design-forward pocket shelving has ladder-like sides for organization and can be modified in a number of ways to suit the space.
One thing that is absolutely necessary around the house is a quality toolset that won't break or let you down. This set has enough pieces without going overboard.
We love a good, quality coffee maker here at Gear Patrol and this is hands down one of the best. Early risers need some love, too.
Glasses are a must-have, obviously, but they're not really that exciting to buy. Get them a set that looks great and works for everything from a glass of water to a cocktail.
Los Angeles-based Dims makes lamps that light up the room but also look darn good no matter how the space is designed or organized.
Another smart home accessory we love is the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock. This lock lets them lock and unlock the door from anywhere and auto-detects upon arrival — no more fumbling with keys.