Valentines Day 2021: Customisable Gift Ideas

Looking for a special valentine's day gift for your special someone? Check out these unique decor pieces and accessories in this gift guide.

Image above: Forbidden Hill Silk Bangle - Rhodium Set Background Image: Unsplash/ Rinck Content Studio

By Sarah Ng

Customisable elements always help make any gift more meaningful. If you're still stumped on gift ideas for Valentine's Day for your better half, we pick out some thoughtful suggestions to help you shortlist the perfect present for the occasion. 

(Related: Valentine’s Day 2021: What to Do With Your Special Someone in Singapore)

1. Bynd Artisan Valet Tray Set with Customised Engraving, from Tatler Homes Curates

This leather tray from Bynd Artisan is crafted in cowhide with linen thread stitching and features a snap button enclosure that allows the tray to be stacked or collapsed. It is a stylish way of displaying your small items on your coffee table or vanity. Available as a set of three trays on Tatler Homes Curates, you can add initials on the outer tray with up to 5 characters in different fonts for a personal touch.

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2. Forbidden Hill Silk Bangle - Rhodium Set, from Tatler Homes Curates

This pure silk bangle from Forbidden hill comes in three shades that can be mixed and matched depending on what you prefer. Designed locally, this bangle has intricate designs incorporated onto the front of the bangles. Each designed is inspired by the geometrical Asian architecture and made with rhodium that is highly resistant to scratches. The bangle set come with three interchangeable silks that you can switch out according to your outfits. 

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3. Poetry mirror from Synergraphic Design

Craft a piece of art with these customisable mirrors from local glass company Synergraphic Design; engraving your initials or your favourite phrase onto the mirror will make for a meaningful gift.

Each mirror can be engraved in a letterbox-style font or a cursive typeface in a frosted finish. Up to 8 letters can be added in a single row onto the product, and up to 16 characters in 2 rows can be added to this piece. The mirror with the letterbox font comes in an antique finish, while the mirror engraved in a cursive font features a copper or bronze tint. 

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

4. Artistic commissions from Amber Art Gallery

Have a pet that you both adore? Or do you wish to commission a special painting to commemorate your anniversary? Amber Art Gallery offers these and more with their art commission service. The studio takes painting commissions of animal companions as well as abstract and portrait work.

“Create a collage of works in different sizes, comprising paintings specially commissioned on a yearly basis; it’s what some of my clients are doing,” says Amber Lim, founder of Amber Art Gallery. “Fill up your wall over the years with works that chart or symbolise the growth of your loved ones and the milestones in your life. It is always a good idea to commission your very own art piece because it is uniquely yours, the one and only in the world. It also gives you the added flexibility and ease in decorating your space, as compared to searching and sourcing all over the world only to realise that it doesn’t fit the colour or theme of the space when it arrives.” 

Available at Amber Art Gallery and Tatler Homes Curates

5. Sunday Bedding French Linen Bedding Set With Embroidered Initials

If your date is likely more receptive to functional gifts, you can't beat the indulgent sets such as the French Linen Bedding Set from Sunday Bedding. What's more, the pillowcases can be personalised. Up to 3 letters (all capital letters) can be added to the pillowcase.

This bedding set is durable and highly breathable, and suitable for sensitive skin and need to frequently wash your sheets. Sets feature a fitted sheet with an elastic band that fits mattresses up to 40cm deep, two pillowcases, a duvet cover with 4 twill ties at each corner, and a Sunday Bedding Laundry Bag.

Available at Tatler Homes Curates

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