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A Thanksgiving Table to Fall For

October 11, 2016

Maybe your style is more traditional than contemporary. That’s cool with us. Because our design game plan lets you flex your creativity using the beloved, seasonal symbols and colors that intuitively read Thanksgiving. Call it “new traditionalism,” an aesthetic that borrows from the old to influence the new. Shall we try it? Go All In…

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Your Thanksgiving Table is Going Modern

September 29, 2016

Let’s be clear: You don’t have to toss the decorating rule book to set the scene for a modern Thanksgiving table. You just have to challenge traditional thinking and push the aesthetic envelope. Read on, if you’re ready to take a risk. Mix Multiple Styles Toss the need to adhere to a single, matchy-matchy look….

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The Post-Holiday Cleanup

December 28, 2015

Christmas is over. After all the buildup, decorating, and—finally—the fun-filled day itself, the Yuletide-season has run its course, leaving behind happy children, tired-yet-joy-filled adults, and, of course, a major mess that can feel like a bit of a letdown. It doesn’t have to be that way! Instead of looking around the house, thinking, “Where am…

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Right Your Holiday Gift-Giving Wrongs

December 21, 2015

Buying great gifts for everyone on your holiday list is often a matter of what not to do. To set yourself up for shopping success, here are five rookie mistakes to avoid this season and beyond, courtesy of Lindsay Roberts, founder of The Gift Insider. Mistake #1: Thinking About What You Want, Not What They…

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Quick & Easy Holiday Decor Touches

December 16, 2015 1

When it comes to holiday decorating, some people feel the need to channel Clark Griswold by lighting up their lawns and houses or having the biggest, most lavishly decorated tree. Sometimes, however, it’s nice to add a little festive cheer to your home in more subtle and unexpected ways that don’t just make the front…

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