It’s hard to believe Santa is headed our way in a little over a month but if you need some help with your Christmas shopping, Coast artwork and gifts store Morart has got you covered.
Owner Debbie Morgan says there is new stock arriving daily just in time for the gift-giving season. We asked the team to choose some of their favourites.
New Zealand artist Rebecca Heap’s hand-blown glass kina are available in five sizes, from $39.90. Each comes in its own little tin with an artist’s bio inside.
Coffee lovers will be delighted with the limited edition Flox Kaka cup, $39.90. It comes beautifully packaged, making it ideal for gift-giving.
If you are looking for a designer gift or just want to add a little style to your own Christmas table, check out the placemats and coasters by Waiheke Island-based artist Tanya Wolfkamp. They come in four different designs so you can mix and match to suit your décor. Placemats are $12.90 each and coasters are $7.50 each.
Another great gift for the home is the handmade ceramic Hydrangeas, available from $110. They are too fragile to ship so you can only collect them from the store.
For an eco-friendly accessory, you can’t go past the Jo Luping Tote Bag, $47.90. It’s made from recycled plastic bottles and features Luping’s ‘Toetoe’ artwork.
And if you need a stocking filler or a thank you gift for all those teachers, delivery people and other essential workers that have gone out of their way to support us this year, check out the Coast Fudge Selection Gift Boxes, $20.90.
Shop online at the Moreart website and get your Christmas goodies delivered to you or straight to the recipient or pop down to Coast to collect your purchases. Under Level 3, the store is open for click and collect daily from 10am to 4pm. Or you can point and pay – just pop down to the store during these hours to take a closer look at the gifts and artwork. The fantastic Morart team will help select what you need, while following the contactless shopping rules. And they will even gift wrap your purchase.