From gutter rakes to a helping hand
When we think of the holidays, we think of home — our own home, maybe our mom’s, or even a best friend’s. Why not give a gift that will make that home better, warmer, more practical, and more fun?
Here’s a guide from House Logic to Christmas gifts for every budget, from under $50 to stocking stuffers that dreams are made of:
Gifts Under $50
Gutter rake: This plastic gunk grabber attaches to any broomstick or telescoping handle to extend your wingspan when cleaning rain gutters, an essential home maintenance chore. It reduces trips up and down ladders, a leading cause of DIY injuries. $10.
Concealed shelf: A powder-coated steel shelf that virtually disappears when loaded with books, this clever storage solution makes your library seem to float in the air. $11-$15.
Bugzooka: A fun and fabulous bug gun that sucks up insects and other pests so you don’t have to capture or squish them by hand. $29.
New York Botanical Garden Multi-Tool with Axe: This all-in-one tool helps consolidate your tool stash and will make you the star of your neighborhood tool co-op. It’s an axe, hammer, pair of pliers, wire cutter, chisel, wrench, and more. $48.
Gifts Under $100
Nature’s Foundry Universal Solar Pump Kit: Juiced by solar cells, this plastic insert turns any deep bowl into an outdoor fountain that attracts birds and calms nerves with a soothing gurgle. $60.
MoMA SunJar: Leave it to New York’s Museum of Modern Art to combine form and function in a mason jar that stores sun to provide outdoor lighting for your yard at night. The solar cells in the SunJar fuel a battery that lights the LED lamp inside. The result is a soft and steady glow. $50.
Cavalier pot: This clever flower pot fits over a porch or balcony railing without any hardware. The sunlight- and frost-resistant pot is 70% flax, so it’s a green way to grow greens. $95.
Call us today to view our new home plans: 713-539-0048 – Sign up for our New Home Buying Tips
Visit our website: www.fairmonthomes.net