Spare bedrooms and Dining rooms become offices, study and reading rooms, movie rooms or children's playrooms. Living rooms become studios. Garages are transformed into lanai-like spaces or his man cave get away. Even family rooms have not escaped the alternate room syndrome but have become production spaces for making things or conducting business.
Plan a black and white New Year’s party and just ask guests to wear at least one black item. Then you just reduce some of the other colors in your small living space, store them in a closet, even under the bed. Break out as much black and white you have—or not. Just set up a lovely buffet of drinks, snacks and sweets.
Check out these simple ideas, get to a party store and start selecting . . .
Looking to be inspired for a Christmas tablescape that will wow your guests? Whipping up my courage, I’ll venture to say there are about four basic design styles: traditional, rustic, eclectic, contemporary/minimal, and glam.
Christmas vignettes can make you smile. Christmas vignettes can warm your heart or take your thoughts to a special world or bring the world to you. And Christmas vignettes are simply great for small spaces and small space living.
Pumpkins aren’t always orange, fortunately! Now we can enjoy them an array of colors that compliment our decor. So if you’re creating a fabulous tablescape in neutrals, such as white, here are 23 white pumpkin centerpieces. They’re great for a fall tablescape, as well as a neutral Thanksgiving tablesetting.
Start with the idea that Thanksgiving is going to be great and you’re going to make it so!
It’s that scary time of the year when doors, tables, and windows are dressed in their ghouly best! From pumpkin horror cut faces to loose skeletal heads and bodies lying around to greet you to fake spiders and web hangings.