Mother’s Day is just around the corner, May 9th to be exact! We are firm believers in spoiling all the moms every day of the year but, we want to be sure you don’t forget her on Mother’s Day especially! We have some great ideas for you to give her a little relaxation, or maybe something to bring some life to her garden, or maybe even a place for you to rest your head when you visit her for the weekend which in return mean she gets more time with you, in the end, that’s all she will ever need!
Something Special for her Garden
The Alcyon Hummingbird Feeder is one of the newer additions to the Byer of Maine Birding line of products. It is simply beautiful and a product of lots of research and observation to ensure that the hummingbirds love it. It is made of high-fired stoneware with durable, vibrant, and beautiful glazes. The colors are so vibrant! She will love this gift. Also, up your gift-giving game a bit by combining it with a radial birdbath.
Something for her to nap in
Not only do hammocks look really great and inviting in any backyard but, what mom wouldn’t love a place of solitude in her own backyard. We have several hammocks to achieve this goal for your mom but our favorite has to be the Barbados hammock! The colors of these hammocks and the comfort can not be outdone. They look beautiful! Don’t forget to get a stand for her if her backyard is lacking two good hammock trees. She will be so grateful for the gift of relaxation!
Home Décor, but make it functional
One of the most popular products on our website is not only historic to our company but is most commonly used as a showpiece in homes around the country. If you give one peep at our Instagram feed you will quickly see how the Maine Heritage Cot adds function and style to any space. It can be used as an extra bed, or a bench, or just a cozy nook for an afternoon of reading. It can be styled to fit any home décor. It is sure to be a unique and timeless gift that also gives you a place to sleep while visiting mom!
2021 Mother's Day Gift Guide
- by Becky MacManus
- April 26, 2021
- 2 min read