You don’t need to subject your friends to the Myers-Briggs test to know when you’ve got an introvert in the mix.

They’re the ones who can’t make it to dinner because they’re taking it easy tonight and who honestly just want to be left alone sometimes. So, what to get the person who never leaves the house? We’re probably biased, but we’re sure anything for the home, AKA an introvert’s oasis, will be a win. Here, we’ve rounded up our fave gifts for all your homebody pals.

Framed Art Prints

Face it, your friend bailed on dinner because they wanted to stay home. So, why not make their abode as inviting and aesthetically pleasing as possible? A surefire way to boost their mood and help them have the chillest of nights is by adding a framed art print or two to their space. Bright colors, cozy bedroom scenes and positive messages will warm up their space so they can spend more time doing what they love best.

Trompe L'oeil Framed Art Print

by Amber Vittoria

$83.99

The Introvert's Heart Framed Art Print

by gemma correll

$43.99

The Back Framed Art Print

by Sophia Novosel

$46.99

HOT LAVA Framed Art Print

by Beth Hoeckel

$50.99

Happy Alone Framed Art Print

by Stay Home Club

$43.99

Drema Dulci Framed Art Print

by Dorian Legret

$50.99

Me Time Framed Art Print

by 83 Oranges®

$50.99

Reading is Dreaming Framed Art Print

by Henn Kim

$53.99

iPhone Cases

Your favorite introvert probably spends a lot of time staring at screens for fun, scrolling through Instagram, binge-watching Netflix, catching up on their fave true crime podcast or finding the deepest cuts for a new playlist, all while plugged into their phone with their trusty noise-cancelling headphones. All that’s missing is a phone case to suit their mood, and luckily for your friend, these “don’t @ me, please” cases do all the talking.

Leave Me Alone iPhone Case

by AZ Design

$35.99

We Chose This Road My Dear iPhone Case

by Frank Moth

$35.99

Do Not Disturb iPhone Case

by HelloAmelie

$35.99

WEEKEND PLANS iPhone Case

by Robin Eisenberg

$35.99

Closed eyes, just eyelashes iPhone Case

by bigmomentsdesign

$35.99

I hate you the least iPhone Case

by Janja Primozic

$35.99

Not Interested, Thanks iPhone Case

by aljahorvat

$35.99

go away iPhone Case

by jessiefig

$35.99

Throw Blankets

We’ve got one word for you: sleep. Introverts live for this. We know being introverted doesn’t equate to being lazy, but it’s a known fact that one easy way to recharge is to take a good power nap. So, invest in a plush blanket to send your friend off into slumber time in an instant. The next time you can’t find your friend at the function, it’ll be because they’ll be home napping in one of these instead. Trust us, they’re THAT good.

She’s only inside her head Throw Blanket

by ElisaGabi

$59.99

Nap Queen Throw Blanket

by Henn Kim

$59.99

Not Today Throw Blanket

by Nicolle C.

$59.99

Cat with ball Throw Blanket

by Picomodi

$59.99

earpressurepose Throw Blanket

by Marjanne Mars

$59.99

Where am I? Throw Blanket

by Helo Birdie

$59.99

SECRET PLACE Throw Blanket

by Beth Hoeckel

$59.99

Pretty Swe*ry: She Believed She Could... Throw Blanket

by CynthiaF

$59.99

Notebooks

If you’re a real one, you’ll know your friend prefers to not talk to anyone. Ever. So, give ‘em a place to get all their thoughts, hopes and dreams out in the world, without actually opening their mouth and having a conversation with other humans. Journaling is a healthy exercise for the mind, and these artful little notebooks are the perfect place to let loose. Also, they’re good for doodles if your friend is more artistically inclined.

chill pill Notebook

by anneamanda

$14.99

Easy Does It Notebook

by Julia Walck

$14.99

Secret Hideaway Notebook

by Rebecca Flattley

$14.99

Day Dreamer Notebook

by PHIRST

$14.99

There will be Light in the End Notebook

by Frank Moth

$14.99

Nap Queen Notebook

by The Motivated Type

$14.99

cats in the interior pattern Notebook

by Anyuka

$14.99

I Want to Leave Notebook

by David Solo

$14.99

Featured artwork by steph_angeles

Jessica McQueen

Associate Editor

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