He’s the king of décor – so who better to school us in holiday hostess gift-giving then our good pal Nate Berkus?! “We’re invited; we want to bring something elegant, not a typical thing...picture frames I think is a beautiful hostess gift! So, a black and white photo of you and the host or their kids or of some memory or moment, I think it makes a really beautiful gift.”
Maybe you don’t know the hostess well enough to give a personalized gift, so Nate explains another option could be to give Turkish towels. “No one thinks to buy these for their powder room,” explains Nate. “They’re really cool; they’re hand-woven, they’re inexpensive, you can find them everywhere and tie them with a grosgrain ribbon, you’re done! It’s a really welcome gift.”
The bottom line: you don’t need to spend a lot of money to give an elegant, thoughtful gift your hostess will love!
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