Part of the fun of moving into a new home is that inevitable party you're going to throw to show off your home to your friends, family or coworkers but also to have those same people bestow gifts on you as part of the housewarming experience.
But housewarming gifts often center on those of a traditional ilk, the blenders, pots and pans or other big ticket items in respect to buying a new home and getting the supplies you need, or might not even have.
And while there is nothing wrong with any of those aforementioned items, they might not address the true concerns of someone who just bought a new house: the little things that you always tend to forget that you need.
For instance, the pots and pans might already be part of your kitchen accessories, but perhaps you've moved into a place with limited countertops space or there's a new finished basement with a bar devoid of anywhere to sit.
That's when the housewarming buying needs to take a more practical approach with perhaps an electric tea kettle or a one cup coffee maker. As for that finished basement, don't be afraid to go above and beyond and buy some fun, festive bar stools.
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