Getting your home ready for the holidays can often feel like an overwhelming headache, but oftentimes all it really takes
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Step 2: Mix up the color wheel. All photographs by E Schmidt Photography You may think that poinsettias, holly and ivy are
There's something naturally rustic about the holiday season. Maybe it's because of the tall pine trees we bring into our homes or the desire for a constant crackling fire. Whatever the reason, this style gets a lot of attention, and we're giving it some more.
We salute The Crafted Sparrow and her ability to create this festive and fun 4th of July mantel using items found around the home. A rustic chalkboard easily transforms into a festive tribute to our nation, while colorful books and a baseball help make this mantel an absolute home run.
Staying in for Valentine's Day dinner? Don't hang your head in shame! Doing V-Day dinner at home is actually a great opportunity to create a romantic evening tailor made to fit your S.O.'s taste, and a fabulous way to enjoy some quiet time alone.
The stockings are hung from the chimney with care, but have you prepped for your guests who will soon be there? Entertaining company can be full of the unexpected.
Every longtime resident knows of at least one Griswold-style home in their area; word spreads and, soon enough, hundreds of families come to visit each year. But for people who have just moved to a city, it can be difficult to know where to see the best holiday lights and decorations.
Vintage ornaments, lights and decorations add that nostalgic, sentimental vibe to a home, and people respond to it -- especially at this time of the year.
Fold the napkin in half from the bottom up. ** Lay the napkin out flat. Fold two opposite corners in to meet in the middle
Need some inspiration? How about a full-out glittering gold Thanksgiving, to set the tone for an elegant holiday dinner?