Gifting for All Occasions

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At The Cotton Poet, we believe a dash of colour and luxury is a gift perfect for all occasions - whether it’s for a house-warming, birthday, wedding,
or… just because.

Finding the perfect gift can be an overwhelming maze to tackle – but that’s where we come in.
We know there’s nothing better than presenting a gift that makes the recipient smile, and better yet, knowing it’s something they’ll get constant use out of.

So we’re putting forward a boycott of the humdrum gifts of flowers or socks and inviting you to consider some premium bedding and bedroom accessories for your loved ones.

Our bedrooms are where we all spend a third of our lives, but giving them a spruce can get overlooked as a necessity when there are other things to prioritise.

Therein lies the perfect gift! 


To make things a little easier, we have carefully curated some ideal gift combinations for you to consider. They include one of our soft, colourful Henham Mini throws, paired with our signature fresh candle for those in your life who love nothing more than snuggling up in something warm - in the company of a good book or the latest series on Netflix, of course.
The Mini throw is incredibly versatile and can be used as a scarf and bed runner too – three gifts in one! 

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free embroidered personalisation on all orders

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You could also consider adding a personal touch to your gift by monogramming pillowcases, throws or duvet covers – a really nice touch to a wedding day or house-warming gift. It doesn’t just need to be their initials that you inscribe either – how about a meaningful song lyric or favourite quote?

We would like to make gifting as easy on the purse-strings as it is on decision making, so we’re offering a discount code to use on our ‘gift idea’ collection, found on our website.

Just pop in GIFT4YOU checkout, and you’ll receive free delivery and gift wrapping.

They’re going to love it!

~ The Cotton Poet