Thanksgiving is over; cue holiday music. Yep, it’s that time again – so get ready for the roller coaster ride that is the end of the year. To help you out while you navigate the madness (and the fun), we’ve pulled together some tips for throwing a holiday party. Because if you have to live through another December, and another holiday hanging with your noisy relatives, you might as well throw an awesome party for you and your friends. Take care of yourself, boo. Set the Stage with a Festive

Looking to make some last minute adjustments to your holiday decorations? Think about focusing on the mantel of your fireplace and making it the centerpiece. And while you are it, instead of slapping up the same, worn-out décor you do every year, why not try something different this season? Here are five different, creative ways to decorate your mantel for the upcoming holiday season that are sure to make your home beautiful all winter long. Classic and Classy With white and gold décor, you can dress your mantel up for

With the holidays just around the corner, there is no time like the present to inject a little Christmas charm into your home! Perhaps you want to surprise your loved ones with something new and fresh this year, or maybe your want to evoke the warm traditional feeling of an old-fashioned Christmas. In either event, the staircase is the perfect place to start. Fully Dressed The staircase is a great place to display your stockings. Throw in a bit of boxwood garlands and some twinkling lights for added appeal. Peeking

Your zodiac sign is a perfect place to start designing your ideal interior. Astrology can tell you a lot about your preferences and lead you to smart decisions about decor for your home that reflect your inner character. Read our style guide that includes info for each of the twelve signs of the zodiac. We’ve also included some of our decor items that whimsically highlight the mythology behind each zodiac sign. They are the perfect compliment to the astrologically-conscious designer and would fit well in their home. We’ve also included a

Maximalism has seemingly taken over. Whereas, it seems just recently, minimalism was the leading light in the design world. What gives? What’s the point of tipping over to the other extreme? Names aside, maximalism is more than just turning up everything to ten. Like minimalism, it is a philosophy, best described as “more is more.” But both styles are more than just their extreme versions. They also find themselves expressed in more lightly applied or “guided by” versions. For the purposes of this article, we will avoid the overtly extravagant,

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