If you like surrounding yourself with lovely things that remind you of the time you spend in the mountains, then we are sure that you and your friends will love these Christmas gift items.
This week we are focusing on the kitchen and home:
Winter ski scene duvet set
We all know it’s Christmas when John Lewis release their advert. We spotted this great set which will make you fell as though you are in the chalet all year round, from £35.
Snowboarding egg cups
Bring a little bit of slope style to the breakfast table. They come in at least three different colour ways. We found these on Amazon.(McEgg £8.50)
Charlie Adams’ art will brighten any wall it adorns. We absolutely love his bright prints which are also available on homewares. Available online or visit him when you’re next in Chamonix.
Jonny Midnight’s gallery in Balham is a great place to drop into if you are passing. Our favourite images from his collection of chairlift-chat, skiing with siblings, and walking out are also available online.
Apres ski biscuits
A skiing present that looks as good as it tastes. The perfect thank you for your chalet host from Biscuiteers.com (£45)
Follow your own path
We happened across this wonderful print by accident and fell in love with it. It’s priced at £45 and is available from www.luckylobsterart.co.uk. MadDogSki readers get free delivery with code LUCKYME.
Bullet & Bone
How about something for the bathroom.
The new range from Bullet & Bone comprises: Muscle activating rub, vapour release balm, protective moisturising spray and a cooling recovery body wash. Natural ingredients known to improve stamina, alertness, concentration and recovery will help snowsports enthusiasts seeking a competitive edge – so it says, and it smells damn good too. The line is available via Bullet & Bone and Amazon.
If you love someone immortalise them in Lego. You can customise every part of the figure from hat hair to ski. You can even add names and choose props for them to be delivered with. Such fun from just £10.
Sophie Allport’s skiing range
Hopefully you didn’t miss the amazing offer we had with Sophie Allport earlier this month…
And finally, books for the coffee table
Jacob’s first skiing holiday
Written by experienced ski instructors, this beautifully illustrated book will get your child excited about your ski holiday, whilst familiarising them with some of the skiing basics. The perfect introduction to skiing for young ones. From £7.99.
Death in Grondere
The perfect present for a snow loving bookworm. This is an Alpine tale of beauty and betrayal and is set in the Valais region of Switzerland, written by Kathryn Adams. Available from ypdbooks.com
Free the Heel
A book about Telemark and Alpine skiing with tips and drills written by Joe Beer. Available from Blurb.From £7.
Next time we’ll be looking at clothing and tech, but in the meantime keep an eye on the MadDogSki Instagram page as we post our Christmas finds on there daily.