We’re all missing being able to travel and explore right now. And there won’t be many of us who will be celebrating dad on Father’s Day by throwing a big family event or going for meal out at his favorite restaurant. But we can still make his day special with a thoughtful gift that he can enjoy at home. Here’s our 2020 Father’s Day gift guide with some wonderful ideas for lockdown treats that will keep him happily busy, thoroughly indulged or in total relax-mode on June 21st.
CHEESE BOARD - RECLAIMED TEAK
This huge reclaimed teak board will make the perfect platter to take all dad’s favorite charcuterie and cheeses to the table.
All dads deserve to kick back in in some oh-so-comfy wool slippers. These ones by Austrian brand Giesswein are made from soft and cosy merino wool and come in a variety of pleasing colors!
MATCHING T-SHIRT & SWIM SHORTS SET
Tom & Teddy
Let the boys buddy up in some super-soft, matching Tom & Teddy trunks. Obviously we’re a little biased, but these Fresh Green & Blue Starfish are just right for dad and his mini-me. Team the trunks up with our Atlantic Blue T-shirts and they’re all set for a long day of fun in the sun!
Bring some cool festival vibes to your garden with this wonderful bell tent from Boutique Camping. Pitch it on the lawn, set up the stereo and let dad laze about for the day – perhaps followed by a camp-stove feast and a few beers?
PERSONALISED FAMILY DANCE PARTY ART
P-A-R-T-Y - need we say more. If your dad loves to boogie, he’ll love Patricia Carlin’s personalised dance party art. She will illustrate the whole family getting down, and even include your pets. It gets a woof & meow from us!
This Fatboy Beanbag will add the ultimate laidback-and-lazy seat to any living room or garden terrace. Set dad up to be king for the day as he chills out in one of these bad boys!
SIDE BY SIDE:
How lockdown has become a wonderful opportunity for avid climber, Jamie, and his sons, Zac and Elijah, to spend more time together enjoying climbing and long adventures in the woods.
SIDE BY SIDE:
TOMMY AND EOIN
When Tommy Hughes ran a marathon in the 1992 Olympics at the age of 32, he thought he had reached the pinnacle of his athletic career. But it wasn’t until he broke the father-son marathon world record with his son, Eoin, that he discovered the joy of being part of a team.
We love to see where our trunks are and who’s wearing them, so send us your Tom & Teddy photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, or tag us with #tomandteddylife on Instagram.