Wife or girlfriend won’t let you hang your old Ferrari poster on the wall? We’ve gathered some cool, car-related homewares that even the missus might not mind having around the house!
Porsche Ice Tray
Cool your drinks in style with car shaped ice cubes. This silicone injected Porsche design ice tray includes the Cayman, 911, Panamera and Cayenne.
Burning Car Candle
Set a car alight every time you light this candle. It’s a bit of a strange gift, but at least it’s a talking point, which can’t be said for most candles!
Even non-car enthusiasts can’t fail to think these brightly coloured campervan cushions would look cute scattered on a sofa.
Car Evolution Print
What better gift than a bespoke piece of art. This print can include up to 5 cars of your choice, so you can display the evolution of the cars someone has owned over the years. You can even add a personalised message and have the year and model listed on the print.
Rev Counter Clock
This rev counter clock would make a great addition to an office desk or man den. The clock face is based on the Jaguar E type and is made from mirror polished lightweight alloy.
Porsche 911 Print
This limited edition Porsche print would brighten up the walls. A great gift for someone who’s a big 911 fan and it looks cool enough to pass as ‘real artwork’, not just as a ‘car poster’!
Racing Car Soap
Soap’s never the most interesting present, but this racing car soap is one of the best we’ve seen and will likely reduce grown men to acting like toddlers in the bath. Comes in either black or white.
If you want your cat to love you this Christmas, get it a Catillac. What’s that you say? A car-shaped, cardboard cat playhouse of course! It looks better than a cardboard box and your cat will have loads of fun in it. Aside from the pink Cadillac there’s also a tank and fire engine to choose from. Note you’ll have to help your cat put it together as it comes flatpacked…
Car Crash Coffee Table
We’ve seen engines in coffee tables, but this is definitely more shocking! This coffee table houses remnants of a Ferrari that’s crashed and then been crushed as a sobering piece of art for your living room.