WHAT DAD REALLY WANTS THIS FATHER’S DAY

Give the man of the house a home gift he’ll love for years to come.

Do you want to give your father, or the father of your children, a gift that he’s sure to love this Father’s Day? A gift for the home is something that Dad can enjoy day after day. Consider these options that will help enhance his favorite spots in the home, from a new favorite chair that is perfect for him to put his feet up on and relax, to unique home décor that fits his style. Read on for gift ideas that go beyond the basic tie.

  1. Wall art: If walls could talk, perhaps they’d say Dad needs some new paintings? Help personalize Dad’s space with new wall art. Is Dad’s office, man cave or other space where he spends his time needing a décor update? Consider new paintings in his favorite style. Abstract cityscapes or a picture of his favorite sports stadium may be just the update his space needs and can be something that he will enjoy day after day.

  2. Sofa: Does the Dad in your house love to relax on the sofa with a cup of coffee and the newspaper, books or magazines? If so, you can give Dad the gift of convenience with a new sofa.

  3. Desk Lamp: Consider a new lamp to add light and style to Dad’s favorite room. A new desk lamp can make a great addition to an office, or just add one to Dad’s favorite corner—by a sofa or his masculine recliner where he likes to read, work or relax. Choose from classic styles, like a desk lamp that will add warmth to any space in your home. A new floor lamp can also make a great gift that is thoughtful and practical, just like Dad!

  4. Sculptural Piece: Does Dad’s space need a touch of whimsy? Add a fun sculptural piece that would look great placed on a sideboard or on a bookcase or shelf, mixed in with books, vases and more. Sculptural animals, such as a dog or other animal, are sure to make Dad smile. They could also make a great gift from your child, along with a home-made card.

Pair one of these home gifts with a thoughtful card and some special family time, and you have the recipe for a Happy Father’s Day for the entire family. We think, it’s just what Dad wants!