Father's Day gift ideas
By now, your dad’s probably got a barbecue he loves. But you can amp up the enjoyment he gets from cooking on it in his outdoor kitchen with accessories like this smoker box. It takes grilling to a whole new level. Williams-Sonoma, $39.95.
Dad probably looks forward to downtime more often than he’s willing to admit. So give him an excuse to take a load off with stylish outdoor furniture like this lounger. West Elm, $361.44. Valuable valet
You can’t go wrong when you help a man stay organized. Give Dad the gift of never having to look for his keys, wallet or cuff links again. The multiple compartments of this leather valet are perfect for storing his valuables. Plus iit will become one of his favourite home decor accessories. Pottery Barn, $102.79. Brass opener
If Dad’s a gadget guy, then this may be the perfect Father’s Day gift for him. It’s a small but mighty brass bottle opener, designed with chic, modern lines. Great for the dad who loves to entertain and doesn’t mind looking hip while doing it! Owen and Fred, $48.
Help Dad kick off the season with beer mugs that have summer written all over them! These classic mugs look great when chilled and filled, and are wonderful for outdoor entertaining. Pottery Barn, $93.68 (set of 6).
Vintage decor for the home office
Whether it’s the corner office or the home office, Dad probably spends a lot of his time working and not thinking about the look of his surroundings. Help him make the space as warm as it is productive, with these vintage brass hourglasses. Restoration Hardware, $209 - $249.
Help Dad expand his skills behind the stylish at-home bar with this luxurious leather-bound book of drink recipes. With this knowledge in his arsenal, he’s sure to impress the crowd at the next family get-together. Pottery Barn, $97.58.
Although Dad’s probably had a hand in decorating the house or decorating ideas, chances are, he’s not left a defining mark in the process. This vintage print gives him a chance to put a stamp on at least one room. It’s masculine, with soft colours that are more likely to blend with everything around it. Etsy, $60 USD. Leather bag tag
Sometimes the little things that bring a smile to your face make the best Father's Day gifts. If Dad’s on the road a lot, this simple, yet stylish tag will help his bags stand out from the crowd. Owen and Fred, $22.
'His' very own apron
If Dad loves to spend summer nights and weekends manning the grill, then an apron is a thoughtful (and practical!) gift. It may not be the most exotic of Father’s Day gifts … but it’s definitely one he can call 'His'.
Layla Grayce, $80.