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.
We're thinking beyond the fridge this year and turning those seasonal greetings into unique holiday decorations. Creating a spot in your front entry makes sorting through holiday cards as easy as open, read, and hang.
Let's not even talk about stringing the lights. Stringing the lights is pretty much a medieval IQ test for self-flagellating monks. The whole thing is a diabolical exercise in patience and good humor, and I generally fail at both. Here's why I completely love every second of it.
Have you already heard your first Christmas carol? Or, seen your first box of Christmas cards in your local Papyrus? Brace yourself; it's that Tim Burton time of year again. Let the holiday nightmares begin!
It may be true that there is "no place like home for the holidays," but luckily what makes it feel that way -- be it the smell of baking something sweet or a big, noisy crowd of friends -- is all up to you.
With Halloween behind us, it's time to get ready to eat turkey, watch football, and give thanks! That's right -- Thanksgiving -- a holiday full of rich fall hues, thankful messages and home-cooked dishes.
As Thanksgiving tends to focus on gathering around a table or large displays of food, I thought it might be the perfect moment to discuss a unique, inspired and personalized approach to decorating your table and home.