We absolutely love the festival of Rakhi for it marks the beginning of festive season, it celebrates and strengthens family bonds, and most importantly it entails an exchange of gifts. If you are the sensible sibling who is following all the social distancing norms, but still wants to ace the gifting game, we are here to help.

Rakhi is like answering a personality quiz about your sibling. Only one catch – participation alone is not enough; you need to rock this quiz! Based on our keen observation of interests, explore our top picks for Rakhi that will give you all the controlling rights over your sibling or will at least lessen their dominion over you!


1) For the doggo loving sibling

For the siblings who are more loyal to their dogs than to us. Our beautiful Camden marble coasters featuring Scottish terrier dog silhouettes inlaid in brass will make your dog loving sibling go "pawww" with delight!

Source: Home Artisan

 

2) For the sentimental sibling

If your sibling is the type who cries at every emotional movie, we have got some happy tear-shedding stuff! Use our charming Pedra photo frame to frame a beautiful memory with your sibling and share it with him or her.

Source: Home Artisan

 

3) For the bibliophile sibling

Give your bookworm sibling a reason to smile! If your sibling is a book lover, our stylish Pearce geometric bookends will help him or her display books in style!

Source: Home Artisan

 

4) For the snooze loving sibling

If your sibling loves pajamas and pillows, and is a known alarm snooze hitter, our Shades of cypress hand block quilt will make a perfect gift for him or her.

Source: Home Artisan

 

5) For the art loving sibling

Is your sibling the type who understands what painters meant to paint? Then our Nanurjuk sculpture is a perfect gift for him or her. A stunning combination of quartz stone and brass, this sculpture showcases a man sitting on an iceberg. This sculpture instantly transports you to an Arctic landscape where swathes of land are covered in a pristine white snow.

Source: Home Artisan

 

6) For the chess loving sibling

If your sibling is the intellectual types who loves to play chess and has watched the Queen’s gambit on a loop, we have a whole range of chess piece sculptures, but our personal favourite is the Queen!

Source: Home Artisan

 

7) For the foodie sibling

We have observed that besides food, foodies also like tableware that makes the food look good. We highly recommend our entire mango wood collection for foodie siblings, and our personal favorite is Renessa glass dome and mango wood cake stand.

Source: Home Artisan

 

8) For the tea loving sibling

If your sibling is a beverage lover who would prefer a tea brewery over a beer, our Esmee teapot will make a delightful gift for him or her! Handcrafted by our skilled artisans, the surface of our Esmee teapot features hand painted horizontal black stripes on a white base. These teapots are perfect to create charming tablescapes for high-tea parties.

Source: Home Artisan

 


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in The Artisan's Journal

7 Ways to Create a Stare-worthy Stairwell
7 Ways to Create a Stare-worthy Stairwell

2 min read

Stairwells are often the most overlooked areas when it comes to decorating a house. However, a true interior enthusiast will use this space to ascend to new design heights! From using wallpapers to stair decals, here’s a list of unique ideas to create a stare-worthy stairwell.
Read More
Five Creative Ways to Style Your Space with String Lights
Five Creative Ways to Style Your Space with String Lights

1 min read

String lights are sometimes also referred to as fairy lights, and in our opinion rightly so. They really do have the power to transform a space from being dull and drab to charming and eye catching! We figured out a few unconventional ways in which you can go bibbity-bobbity-bop with string lights. Explore them here.

Read More
Top Interior Trends to Watch Out for in 2021
Top Interior Trends to Watch Out for in 2021

3 min read

The year 2020 saw a huge rise in interior decorating as people wanted their homes to teleport them to destinations they no longer could travel to. The year 2021 continues to see people investing in their homes as people still want to stay inside the safety of their cocoons until we have definitively weathered the pandemic.

We have researched and rounded up the trends that will be huge in 2021. Take a sneak peek at what the new year has to bring.

Read More