Top Irish Gifts to Decorate Your Kitchen

Adorn Your Kitchen and Gift Items to Friends with an Irish Touch



Fresh Irish soda bread fresh out of the oven, a pint of ale and some Irish blessings make for a quaint Irish kitchen. You can easily make any kitchen into this with a few decorative, functional and edible goods. Some items add an Irish accent to any kitchen.

Decorative

A good cook will still work from a cookbook, which makes the Irish Kitchen Prayer Cookbook Holder a practical and well appreciated gift.

There are also blessings plaques and even Celtic Glass Window Decor - these all work well in the kitchen. Fresh flowers are always a nice touch in the kitchen, whether on the table or counter, and a sweet little Belleek Irish Flax Miniature Vase is just the vessel to welcome regularly fresh cut flowers. Another staple of the Emerald Isles is Galway crystal, and this pack of Galway Party Pack Goblets is as beautiful in any kitchen as it is useful for drinkware.

A tea is only as good as its service, and heartfelt items such as an Aran Knit Cardigan Teapot Holder are the perfect way to make your accent Irish.

Items that Get to Work

Gifts for the kitchen are always welcome. Pottery and crystal glassware including Belleek pottery and Gallway crystal are distinctive and are likely to get a lot of use. A Belleek Personalized Mug is unique as it will bear the giftee's name. A Galway Crystal Kells Decanter Set will make anyone a whiskey connoisseur, or certainly be able to pass for one. A baker should appreciate a Belleek Shamrock Cake Stand, as these pieces of serve ware have become quite popular.

Tea towels are always in demand in the kitchen, and the Impressions of Ireland Tea Towel offers some lovely images of the old country. You can have more fun, however, with the Shenanigans Tea towel. A set of Measuring Spoons with Trinity are perfect for any baker, with inspiration from "faith, strength, honesty and generosity."



Edible Delights

While plaques, tea towels and pottery are terrific gifts that are sure to be appreciated, food and beverage gifts are sure to become an instant hit. There is so much to choose from. It's almost wise to stock up on a few gifts so you can bring one as a housewarming or hostess gift to any function.

The Irish are big on tea, and boxes of Barry's Teas or Irish Cream Flavored Tea are wonderful to receive. Shortbread cookies are sure to go over well, especially if they come in a quaint tin that can be reused. Of course honey and preserves as well as candies steeped in whiskey always go over well.

The kitchen is a big fixture in the Irish home, and you can't go wrong with giving a gift for the kitchen to anyone who calls themselves Irish.

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