Giving gifts that do not add clutter to the home is my kind of gift. It takes some finding, but you can do it. Because it may take time, you may procrastinate till the very end. But, instead of rushing to the nearby Target or Walmart to grab the flowers and a box of chocolate, try sharing these clutter free Valentine’s Day gifts I have compiled some options.
Great Gifts Valentine’s Day
Perfect for your jewelry collectors:
Know someone who loves to buy jewelry? Jewelry organizers like these work great. It helps them see all their pieces. And may even assist them to get ready quicker in the morning.
Perfect for your parents with health issues:
You may think your parent has everything, but they may not. Look for items that are unique to their situation. If they have problems with arthritis, they may want to find things that will help opening cans, doors, etc… Here are a few I found on Amazon.
Perfect for your adult child:
These are great gifts for a son in his place who is just starting out. They may not have everything to organize their home so look for items that will improve their quality of life in their new home. Tools are a great option to help them out. When space is hard to come by in a bedroom, a bedside caddy is perfect.
Perfect for your on-the-go person:
Whether it is your daughter in college or a family member that travels for work, these items help with clutter free travel. When you can reduce the stuff while traveling, it makes traveling that much easier.
Perfect for the chefs in your life:
Organizing products in the kitchen not only help a cook streamline their process but it can also save them money. They can see what they have and what they need at a glance. Here are my favorite gift ideas.
Well, there you have it. If you don’t buy for anyone else, you can still buy for yourself. Treat yourself to something that will make you happy but won’t add clutter to your home. Something small and useful works nicely. Happy giving! What is your favorite clutter-free gift? Please leave a comment below.
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