A Touch of Spring and Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

I don’t necessarily buy into all the hype surrounding Mother’s Day but that doesn’t mean ignoring it completely. I’m just on the receiving end these days as I no longer have a living mother to spoil, but when she was alive I did enjoy making a small fuss of her. Me? I’m more than happy with a card and a visit. But I do usually get flowers too, and a meal cooked for me so I’m very lucky. It’s also a day that coincides with the start of the new season, so if you fancy spoiling mum with something special and springlike you’ve come to the right place.

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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas from Amara

Mother's Day Gift Ideas from Amara

All from the A by Amara Greenhouse Trend

Instead of buying an elaborate bouquet of expensive flowers, why not spend the cash on a handsome vase? It will last much longer and you can always present it with a few sprigs of her favourite blooms. I know I’d like this.

Mother's Day Gift Ideas from Amara

All from the A by Amara Greenhouse Trend

Spending a few £££’s on something that will be loved and displayed forever is also a good idea. There’s no need to spend a fortune either. Most of the above are under £50 and she will know you’ve put a lot of thought and effort into the gesture.

Mother's Day Gift Ideas from Amara

All from the A by Amara Greenhouse Trend

I do love to be spoiled with a home cooked meal even if it is in my own kitchen. And even if I do end up with the clearing up! A prettily decorated table hasn’t happened yet (boys don’t think of such things obviously) but it would be appreciated.

My Favourite Pieces from the Amara Greenhouse Range

Mother's Day Gift Ideas from Amara

  1. Morab Mirror. Made from iron, it is pale blue in colour and features an intricately detailed pattern. Finished with rust detailing for a chic, worn look. £80.
  2. Northe Birds Cushion.  Made from a cotton and polyester blend, this cushion has been embroidered with a whimsical bird design in blue tones against a neutral background. £30.
  3. Jodrell Lotus Leaf Platter. Made from stoneware, it is green in colour and intricately detailed with leaf markings. Ideal for displaying trinkets and small treasures. £35.
  4. Bahia Pom Pom Magazine Holder.  Made from woven palm leaves, it has a subtle herringbone design and is finished with two handles for easy transportation. £60.
  5. Longcross Parrot Vase. Looks fabulous filled with flowers or as a standalone decorative piece. £25.
  6. Melanite Stool. Classic in design, it has been crafted from woven nylon which provides a sturdy yet chic surface making it fabulous as a footrest of as an extra seat around a coffee table. £50.
  7. Jamboree Pot. Features an ornate diamond pattern on the body and has a chic rustic finish. Ideal for filling with a house plant. £12.
  8. Elbaite Cushion. Inspired by traditional handicraft methods and featuring a striking stripe design made of fluffy towelling loops and tassels. £65.
  9. Knoll Lantern. Turquoise in colour and featuring an intricate, laser cut pattern on the body. With a rustic, worn finish, it looks fabulous filled with a flickering candle. £40.

 

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