Whether it’s Father’s Day, his birthday, holidays, or if I want to gift my dad something as a nice gesture, I often get the “I don’t need anything” answer.
If you have one of these dads in your life, then this post is filled with ideas for gifts for dads who want nothing. Most of these are straightforward, practical, easy to put to use, and always well-received!
Over the years, the gift-buying duties have become my responsibility, and these are some of my best-received dad and father-in-law gift ideas. It’s fair to say that I’ve won “best daughter” and “best daughter-in-law” mentions a few times 😉
Practical Gifts for Dad
If you tend to buy a Home Depot or Lowe’s gift card for practicality’s sake, the following gifts are going to be right up your alley. They check the practical and usable categories and won’t collect dust in the closet or garage.
Gifts for the Kitchen Aficionado
My dad enjoys cooking and always seems to be in the kitchen. During our daily FaceTime, he often shares his newest “gadget” he’s currently loving. Below are just a few:
If you had a dad that loves coffee, I have an entire section below with gift ideas for the coffee lover dad.
Gifts for Older Parents
When you have older parents that aren’t as active, what do you get them? These simple and easy-to-use gifts!
Gifts for Dads that LOVE Coffee
From mugs that keep his coffee warm to the best coffee brewers I’ve owned and tested, you can grab all the gifts for dads that love coffee in this post.
More Perfect Gifts for Dads
Because I just can’t help myself! Here are a few more rapid-fire gift ideas for dads this year.
- Coffee of the Month Club
- End grain wood cutting board
- Hot cocoa gift box
- Fireproof safe
- Agate coasters
- 1000 Thread count sheets
- Outlet shelf
- iPhone external lens
- Charcoal toothbrushes
- Bluetooth car receiver
- California Wine Club subscription box
Whether it’s Christmas, a birthday, or a special occasion, any item from this collection of gifts for dads will show how much you care and what good taste you have.