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Five housewarming gifts for $15 or less

Celebration Gift Ideas Home Ideas & Tips Kitchen Practical Gifts Stainless Steel

May is National Moving Month, with the Department of Transportation predicting that more than 35 million Americans will relocate this year. That means you probably know someone who is changing residences in the next month, whether a friend, family member, coworker or significant other. Once they complete their big move, why not help them celebrate with some thoughtful housewarming gifts? Here are five beautiful home gifts available for $10 or less:

Small creamer: A classically shaped, shiny silver creamer is perfect for the tea and coffee drinker. It's made of high-quality, food-grade stainless steel that is free of bisphenol A (BPA). Unlike porcelain and glass creamers, this one is resistant to breaking and cracking. 

Candle holder: An elegant, stainless steel candle holder would make a perfect housewarming gift when paired with a two- to three-inch pillar candle. A reflective raised rim prevents wax spillage. 

Salad bowl: A universally appealing gift, this bowl can be used for salads, side dishes, nuts or candies. It's even oven safe for cooking small servings of casseroles, lasagna or vegetables. This too is made from food-grade stainless steel. 

Soap stand: This handsome pedestal soap stand will make a distinguished addition to any new bathroom. A raised ridge on the bottom extends the life of soap, and the stainless steel material naturally resists the adherence and growth of bacteria. Give alone or with a bar of high-quality scented soap!

Cocktail jigger: A well-crafted cocktail jigger makes an excellent housewarming present for the consummate host or hostess. Markings on both the inside and outside of the jigger allow for easy reading and measuring when mixing the perfect drink. 

To shop for lovely stainless steel gifts that are easy on your budget, visit the StainlessLUX Staff Picks $15 and Under selection today! 



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