If there’s one person you can’t forget to splurge on this Christmas, it’s mum! She deserves to be spoilt rotten but gahhh, what to get her? As fickle as you like, if she’s anything like our mothers, you either haven’t spent enough or you’ve spent too much! But hey, it’s the thought that counts. So what’s it going to be? Whether she’s a foodie, a sucker for beauty, or someone who loves to stay in and get cosy on the sofa, take a look at our edit of our best gifts to give to mothers this Christmas.
Whether it’s for throwing over the sofa, on the end of the bed, or over her while she’s watching TV, she’ll have a lot of love for this National Trust throw.
Every home needs a statement clock! This Christmas update you mother's with this bold, monochromatic Newgate classic.
To keep her looking not a day over 30, treat her to cult beauty fave Pestle And Mortar’s hyaluronic serum.
Because sloe gin is always just the ticket at Christmas! Just imagine that with a cheese board… Drooling yet?
It’s expensive, but it’s worth it. This Works Deep Sleep Bath Oil is nothing short of heavenly (and looks great on the side of the bath too!)
Give the gift of sleeping like a log! Speaking from experience, this pillow mist does amazing things for your night’s sleep.
Hygge is the buzzword of the minute, so what better than a Scandi comfort food cook book?
No one does lasagne like Mum, right? So why not inspire her to make more. She’ll love some new Denby cookware and so will YOU.
Like a hug in a mug for when you’re not there to give real hugs, we’ve got a LOT of love for Charbonnel hot choc and we’ve no doubt she will do!
Mums love Neal’s Yard and this gorgeous rose gift set is a perfect spoil-her stocking filler! It smells like a glorious wild garden.
For mums who aren’t so 21st Century thinking, embrace it and treat them to some pretty stationary instead!
A literary classic that’s got a the prettiest update thanks to Folio Society! Other books, move aside...
What’s more comforting and Christmassy than a giant Panettone? Warm with butter on Boxing Day morning… YUM