Top 5 Design Posts
Happy Holidays! It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is already here and the winter holidays are right around the corner. If you’re an entertainer at heart or if your house has somehow become the default place to be for the holidays, you will want to take a look at this week’s Top 5 design posts focused on kitchens, dining rooms, and other gathering places.
Not sure where to start when it comes to Thanksgiving interior design? That’s why we’re turning first to a professional. Designer Emily Henderson’s Thanksgiving décor tips include creating “zones” where guests can congregate – we think that’s genius!
Holiday Dinner with a Twist, Traditional Home
This design-minded couple moved their dining room furniture into the living room to make use of the more homey atmosphere provided by the mantel and lofty chandelier. Rearranging your layout for a holiday party makes a lot of sense if you are aiming to accommodate more people or change up the flow of guest traffic.
Styling Time, Lauren Liess Pure Style Blog
With family and friends (or in Lauren’s case, the NBC film crew) coming over this holiday season, it’s a great time to take a look at some of your neglected spaces. Lauren’s kitchen hutch got some tender loving care this week to bring it up to snuff!
Thanksgiving is all about the tablescape, but these praiseworthy dining room designs are worth considering for other spaces as well. Take a peek at the color combos and overall styles from these Thanksgiving décor pics for inspiration to last through the season.
Not just for Thanksgiving, the dining room is one of the spaces people come to gather, eat and chat all year long. If you love to entertain guests, it should be at the top of your list for rooms that need to stand out.
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