Welcome to your new home: Style-savvy housewarming gifts

  • This photo provided by Otherland shows candles from the Manor House Weekend Fall Collection. Otherland's Manor House Weekend Fall candle collection features scents like sweet hay, corn silk, pear, cardamom and maple – a perfect welcoming gift for friends moving into a new home this fall. (Otherland via AP)

  • This photo provided by Minted shows a pin board. If the gift recipients have moved to Chicago, NY, San Francisco or Texas, Minted's designers have created cool toile papers for each, that are offered in framed pin boards – perfect for kitchens or home offices. (Minted via AP)

  • This photo provided by Green Philosophy Co. shows their soft plush pillows in the shape of a tropical leaf or succulent. They've partnered with nonprofit Trees for the Future, so pillow and throw sales support planting initiatives worldwide. (Sarah Eichstedt/Green Philosophy Co. via AP)

  • This photo provided by Chatbooks shows their photo wall tiles. Chatbooks lets you connect your Instagram or camera roll to create beautiful photo books, prints, cards – or these lovely wall tiles. Your color or b&w images are printed on square canvas frames equipped with moveable adhesive backing, perfect for renters and owners. (Chatbooks via AP)

  • This photo provided by Minted shows a customized house portrait. Seattle-based designer Elizabeth Herrera has a thoughtful gift suggestion – a customized house portrait. "Upload a special photo to www.minted.com, and they'll create a letterpress or standard printed drawing." You can choose frame style, mat and size when you order. (Minted via AP)

  • This photo provided by The Polished Jar shows an eco-friendly idea. The Polished Jar offers re-usable bottles for personal and house products like soaps, lotions, etc. Choose plastic or glass, and you can further customize with a snazzy metallic or matte black pump, plus a waterproof label. Available singly, or in bundles that include a stylish tray. (Sarah David/The Polished Jar via AP)

Bread and salt. Wine. A broom or sack of flour. Honey, pineapples, even bluebirds — a symbol of happiness — have been bestowed on people moving into new homes over the centuries.