If you’re on the hunt for unique gift ideas that you can purchase whilst in the comfort of your own home, I have a Rex London Christmas Gift Guide for you today. Rex London were formerly known as Dotcomgiftshop, and I had no idea they’d changed their name to Rex London but I have ordered from the Dotcomgiftshop in the past. I’ve chosen five gifts from Rex London which I feel will make for great gifts and stocking fillers, and they’re all under £20.
Rex London Caravan Birdhouse £16.95
The first gift within my Rex London Christmas Gift Guide is so quirky and unique, I just had to include it as I’ve never seen anything like it before. This is a perfect gift for bird lovers and is the cutest vintage caravan shaped birdhouse with hanging wire. The caravan is made from wood, with a bright orange, teal and pink retro design complete with faux curtains in the window, and faux bunting along the top of the roof. On the back of the birdhouse there’s even a little door that you can open so you can put food, or bedding inside the house for the birds. I can’t believe it’s only £16.95 as it’s such a large, well made little house and I think it’ll look adorable once hung up in the garden.
Brass Jewellery Dish £6.95
I don’t think you can ever go wrong with jewellery dishes. They’re usually a more affordable gift option, but they’re so useful for storing jewellery and valuable trinkets. I chose this cute brass jewellery dish as I liked that the edges of the dish are slightly curled upwards, and the dish has a stylish vintage-inspired textured brass design. It’d be perfect for a bedside table, or for in your bathroom for looking after your jewellery and watch whilst washing your hands.
Rex London The Modern Calligraphy Beginner’s Kit £9.95
I have been wanting to try calligraphy for the longest time but I just had no idea where to start, or where I could buy the tools needed to do calligraphy. I spotted this fab little calligraphy set, and knew I needed to include it within my Rex London Christmas Gift Guide as I know any stationery fan would be thrilled to receive it. It’s packaged within a sweet cornflower blue gift box, and contains a wooden pen handle, silver coloured nib, inkwell and scroll of paper with how-to guides, and templates for learning how to do calligraphy. It’s such a fab little set, and for under £10 it’s a bargain especially as you get such a decent amount of ink too.
Rex London Tropical Palm Pill Box £3.95
I think this next gift would be a very appreciated gift for anyone with an handbag. It’s the cutest little pill box complete with a mirror within the lid, and a tropical palm leaf design on the lid. I always have to carry medication around with me and the foil packets are so annoying in my bag, so this little pill box is genius as it has a divider so you can separate your pills nicely so you can easily tell them apart. Normally pill boxes can be quite dowdy in their design, but this is such a modern pill box and I like that it has a mirror in the lid too. Rex London have a few different designs too, but for £3.95 it’s such a useful, affordable gift.
Rex London Best in Show Gift Box Mug £6.95
The last of my picks within my Rex London Christmas gift guide is something for those that want a gift under £10 which is well presented and this cute little mug is exactly that. It comes with a little gift box, and a lovely little porcelain mug with lots of different dogs all over them. The mug is both microwave and dishwasher safe, and the dog illustrations are adorable.
There’s a beagle, greyhound, Jack Russel, pug, old English sheepdog, French bulldog and dachshund. Rex London have a whole range of Best in Show products with everything you can think of like a notebook, purse, bags, bottles, puzzle, sewing kit and even washi tape, and the range would be a hit for all dog lovers.
I really hope you liked my Rex London Christmas Gift Guide, and you can check out their website right here.
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