Are you wondering what to get your Valentine this year? Are you looking for something a bit different perhaps?
If you have someone in your life that loves their home, and would value a romantic home gift, I’ve got something you might like.
I’ve been working with Not On The High Street, looking at their range and selection of wall art suitable for Valentine’s this year. As you might expect, they have quite a few on offer, and so it was very difficult to choose just one to show in more detail.
This one, the Personalised Train Ticket Print, by Of Life and Lemons, really stood out to me though, for several reasons.
Firstly, I met my husband whilst working for British Rail in their IT department. It was just as BR was privatised (I know, I’m that old!) and became part of a bigger multi national IT company, but we retained our British Rail privileges, including free rail travel. So we’ve always had a soft spot for trains.
Secondly, it’s something a bit different for Valentines, and it isn’t pink. It’s also very contemporary, and such a cool idea. The sentiment is so lovely, and I think he’s going to love this as his gift.
One of the things I love about Not on The High Street, is the large selection of personalised items from its sellers. This one was no exception of course, and I was able to personalise the number of people, and children, and add our names and the date.
I’m planning to hang this in our new attic bedroom once it’s done later this year, as that’s going to be our own private space, away from the hub bub of the rest of the house.
The print alone costs just £16, a great price. But if you want one framed, as I have here, there are a couple of options taking the price to around £60. If you want some further information, or to order one, you can do so here. There are some fabulous Valentine’s gift ideas on the site, so take a browse if you fancy something different. I’ve always had a great experience with NOTHS products and delivery.
Have you decided what to get your loved one for Valentines this year? Would you consider a gift for the home?
The print was gifted by NOTHS but all comments and opinions are genuine and honest.