A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow. So, this week on the blog we are taking a break from Interior Design and sharing with you our Father's Day Gift Guide.
It is often difficult to think of great gift ideas, especially when it comes to loved ones like a parent or significant other. So, we’ve put together a list of some things we think would make great Father’s Day gifts, or might give you inspiration for your own Father’s Day gift idea. In no particular order, here are our picks.
Sleek, stylish, easy to use, this double edge safety razor was designed to help everyone achieve the perfect shave. Its single blade glides effortlessly across skin’s surface while helping to prevent ingrown hairs when used with our easy glide, no-clog shaving cream. The custom chrome-plated razor provides a smooth, close shave & helps reduce ingrown hairs and razor burn by using only a single blade instead of multiple ones - this minimizes the amount of irritation to the skin. Plus, it will last you for years to come.
For the guy who travels, the Baxter Jet Set Bundle features travel-size versions of their top-selling grooming products for hair, skin & body. Convenient bundle makes it easy to try the best sellers all in one place, or to take your favorite essentials on the go. Sulfate Free and makes a great gift.
Louis Vuitton’s Horizon 55 rolling luggage is crafted from a tone-on-tone combination of Monogram canvas and Taiga leather with silver-color hardware for Spring-Summer 2019. Designed by Marc Newson, recognized as the premier industrial designer of his generation, this 4-wheeled carry-on bag is the epitome of travel convenience thanks to the smoothest wheels ever produced by Louis Vuitton and a large external cane which enables a completely flat interior.
Barton Perreira produces sunglasses in limited qualities to ensure premium quality. Both lightweight and durable, the label's 'Stax' style is crafted from two-tone acetate into a classic D-frame silhouette. The matte finish and tinted lenses give them an undeniably cool feel.
Dapper Gentleman Grooming Kit by Aesop. Are you local to Philadelphia? Head to Aesop Walnut Street and pick up your ultimate grooming kit. Comprised of a face cleanser, hydrating cream, shaving serum, spray-on moisturiser and lip cream, this pack contains everything you need to freshen up tired skin in the morning or after a long day at the office. Founded in 1987, this Australian brand promotes plant-based ingredients with antioxidant properties, and this special collection encapsulates the ethos perfectly.
When I was growing up, every year at school I made my dad Soap on a Rope for Father's Day. So this gift holds a special place in my heart albeit a more updated version.
Margarita Soap. Not only does this handcrafted soap have a spicy, clean, freshly-squeezed-lime aroma and invigorating, intoxicating suds — we’ve even topped it off with salt that acts as an exfoliant. Made of eco-friendly ingredients including olive oil, organic coconut oil, and shea butter, as well as all-natural essential oils. U.S. made.
Grey leather Grey Cord Superstar Sneakers from Golden Goose Deluxe Brand featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a logo patch at the tongue, a signature star patch detail to the side, a flat rubber sole and a distressed finish.
Venetian brand Golden Goose offers its customers a chic interpretation of streetwear inspired by art and Italian craftsmanship. Utilizing distressed finishes and washed-out colors, you’ll find relaxed and easy to wear pieces including their iconic flat-soled sneakers.
Belstaff Waxed Jacket. From classic designs, full of history and heritage to mid-layer modular pieces that can snap into our iconic jackets, our range of men’s vests blends signature style with practical purpose.
Legend has it that Steve McQueen, who wore Belstaff in The Great Escape, cancelled a date with the actress and model Ali McGraw because he was waxing his Trialmaster jacket. Having supplied the military with capes, tents and groundsheets during WWI, Staffordshire businessman Eli Belovitch (‘Bel- and “Staff-‘) allied with son-in-law Harry Grosberg in 1924, majoring in waterproof clothing for motorcyclists. Adding to its long list of fans, Che Guevara wore a Trialmaster on his eight-month, 8,000km tour of South America, David Beckham designed his own line for the brand in 2014 and even the former pope, Benedict XVI, wore a bespoke jacket during winter walks in the Vatican gardens.
I hope you found something to get for the special guy in your life. These products and services were independently chosen by me.
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About our Founder
Tina Delia, a native of Ocean County, NJ, current resident of Philadelphia, is the Founder and Principal Interior Designer of Delia Designs. For the past nine years, Tina has been steadfast in her vision and continues to develop herself personally and professionally. She is dedicated to excellence and insistence on forward thinking design.
At the forefront of her designs is the idea that our spaces have the ability to transform our lives. She is looking to move us, inspire us to see, think and create freely. After all, it's not only about creating beautiful spaces, it's about touching the lives of the people who live, work and walk through those spaces.
About the Intern
Eleni Palamidis, a native to Philadelphia, is currently a student at Community College of Philadelphia and will be transferring to Moore College of Art and Design in the Fall. She has always had a passion for interior design and creative ventures. While at Moore she will be pursuing a major in Interior Design with a minor in Graphic Design and Business.
Growing up in the Greek community has shaped Eleni to be the person she is today. She has been fortunate enough to have visited many of the islands in Greece, to which she credits her love for Architecture. Eleni hopes to one day open her own Interior Design studio and continue to do what she loves.