Gift Guide: Indoorsy

Struggling to find gift ideas for your favorite people? We've got you covered with our And Then We Tried gift guide! First up: your friends and family who are decidedly indoorsy. While we can't claim to be experts on much, things to buy people who like to stay inside is definitely in our wheelhouse.


A Cozy Blanket

In the winter, it seems like you can never have enough blankets. This throw from Target is reversible, so it is essentially two blankets in one.


A Delicious Smelling Candle

Can you tell we're building a Hygge mood here?

Candles are critical.


A Humidifier

You already know this person is going to be spending pretty much all of their time inside. Don't let them shrivel up from a dry house.


Face Masks

Trust us, indoorsy people LOVE face masks. This multi-pack from Amazon is a level up from some of the other bulk face mask offerings and the actual sheet mask material feels way more luxurious.


Homebody Book

Pretty much the queen of the indoors, Joanna Gaines new book has all sorts of tips for how to make your home the best it can be.

Your favorite indoorsy person will love these gifts, especially as we head into official hibernation season. Wrap these bad boys up and don't expect to see your recipient until the spring!


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