Gift Shed: A personalised, thoughtful approach to gift-giving

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Planning on getting your near and dear ones gifts this holiday season? Stumped about what to do for someone’s birthday? Gift Shed’s got your answers!

Gift Shed is a new retail experience and store at Doha Festival City that specialises in gifts, unique wrapping, stationery and handmade paper crafts. They also offer creative workshops, and are passionate about supporting local talent, as well as providing a platform for local suppliers and products made in Qatar.

Gift Shed is known for its emphasis on gift-giving with a personal touch when it comes to presentation and the ceremonies that surround the preparation and unveiling of a gift. The store was founded in December 2017, and in the past 12 months, the establishment has already become a hub for people with a passion for arts and crafts, and is recognised for providing products that cannot be found anywhere else in Qatar.

This gift-specialised start-up is part of Shift Group, and has already received a great deal of positive feedback on its personalised approach to gifts and gift-wrapping, and truly redefines the concept of the traditional gift shop. Thoughtful, creative gifts are one of the core principles behind this beautiful store.

Aiming to become one of Doha’s creative hubs, Gift Shed is targeted at clients who want to browse and buy gifts and stationery in-store or online and who enjoy unique gift-wrapping.

Gift Shed is an excellent option for those of you that appreciate a more personalised and exclusive edge to your gift-giving (even if it’s to yourself).


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