Seasons & Trends

Cozy Christmas

Cozy Christmas
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Seasons & Trends

Christmas is a very special time of year that brings about fun holiday-related activities, from throwing parties to snuggling up to watch your favorite Christmas movies. Regardless of your plans, decorating your home is always a must – people (including yourself) appreciate the coziness and warmth your home gives. While the thought of Christmas typically conjures thoughts of traditional red and green decorations, there are a variety of ways to express your holiday spirit.

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Mood Board Monday: 12.9.13

Mood Board Monday: 12.9.13
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Seasons & Trends

Mood Board Monday featuring Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2014: Radiant Orchid

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Creating a Warm Thanksgiving Environment

Creating a Warm Thanksgiving Environment
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Design Ideas, Seasons & Trends

Having family and friends over for the holidays can be a gratifying experience. Guests are appreciative of the time you’ve taken to prepare dinner and the trouble you’ve gone through to immaculately clean your home. When entertaining your company, the interior of your home becomes a cheerful and harmonious environment. However, the outside of your home should exude the same feeling. By adding a few accessories to your outdoor seating area, you can create a warm, welcoming ambiance.

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Thanksgiving Tablescape Accessories: Placemats, Runners, and Tablecloths

Thanksgiving Tablescape Accessories: Placemats, Runners, and Tablecloths
Posted by Laura Beth Hamm  in Seasons & Trends

Between Halloween and Christmas there is a holiday that can often be pushed to the side: Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving unfortunately gets overlooked; ridiculous Halloween costumes and haunted houses dive immediately into the madness of last-minute Christmas gift searches and tree decorating. Although Thanksgiving is the middle child of the holiday season, it’s always important to stop for a moment and be grateful for family, friends, and the life we’ve been given.

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