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The NORSK Father's Day Gift Guide 2023

Forget the predictable box of chocolates or gimmicky socks this Father’s Day (Sunday 18th June 2023, put it in the diary!). Instead, treat the Dad in your life to something altogether more stylish with these covetable Father’s Day gifts from our award-winning Scandi lifestyle store.

For the Groomer

This nourishing organic hair and body wash for men by skincare brand Meraki contains cactus flower, organic aloe vera and olive leaf, which both feel and smell delicious. The bottle also looks super stylish on the bathroom shelf.

We only stock brands that we truly admire and chic Danish brand Meraki ticks all the boxes with delicious products that major on clean, organic, natural ingredients. This exfoliating gentle scrub soap for men, this moisturising face and body lotion for men and this gentle hand soap for men all make for gorgeous Father's Day gifts, too.

Create an indulgent gift bundle by pairing Meraki's grooming products with this set of two soft cotton bath towels by House Doctor in a timeless stripe design. And this wooden shaving brush which blends good looks and functional design. Made from polished black ash with polypropylene bristles, it is a thing of beauty.



For the Foodie

The ideal size and shape for transporting and serving your weekend roasts, this rustic natural teak wood cutting board from Danish interiors company Muubs is the epitome of raw and natural craftsmanship.

While this stylish salt and pepper pinch by Brüün is a lovely looking kitchen addition for budding chefs and this clever set of stackable boiled egg boards, also by Brüün, are ideal for breakfast in bed. Both are crafted from responsibly sourced and sustainably grown English Ash.

If he's a little more adventurous with his culinary creations, why not encourage the Dad in your life to have a go at the trendiest of bakes; a loaf of delicious sourdough. This elegant book, by Norwegian bakers Casper André Lugg and Martin Ivar Hveem Fjeld, is suitable for complete novices and includes an introduction to making your own starter and basic bread, as well as 15 specialist recipes.



For the Adventurer

If the father in your life is a keen cyclist or hiker, then this stainless steel food store from Danish family business Pulito will be a welcome gift. It keeps its contents hot or cold for up to 13 hours; perfect for throwing in the backpack and taking out on a trip.

Another of our favourite products in Pulito’s range are these stainless steel cooling cubes, which are a brilliant way for Dad to chill his drink without diluting it. They can be used as ice cubes or as cooling elements in a lunch box.

Of course an early start is essential for getting out on a long cycle before lunch. This elegantly paired-back alarm clock by House Doctor is just the thing to get Dad up and at 'em bright and early.

Fuel Dad's appetite for adventure further with this stunning hardback book, Escapology, by Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan. The book explores the restorative nature of modern-day retreats – whether it’s a rustic cottage deep in a Nordic forest, a robust mountain lodge in Montana, a breathtaking treehouse in Canada, or a steel-walled, one-room “hotel” in Denmark – together with practical building and design advice.


For the Dad who has it all

If the father in your life loves his caffeine fix, then a gift voucher for one of our popular coffee workshops makes for a memorable gift – in fact, why not come along together! Here, he can learn how to up his coffee-making game with no fancy coffee machine required. New dates are being added all the time, so email us here for more information and to buy a voucher.

In the meantime, you can brush up on the basics with our expert tips and treat him to an especially delicious coffee with his breakfast in bed this Father's Day.


If this little lot has left you wanting more, you can discover delicious recipes, Scandi interiors ideas and, of course, tales and inspiration from our beloved Norway in our Stories here. And don't forget to subscribe to the NORSK newsletter here for all the latest.