The holidays are approaching fast which means you’ll most likely have friends or family coming to visit. Without exerting too much energy, there are so many simple ways to make your home a comforting, cozy, and welcoming place to stay.
Whether you have family staying for a day or a week, we’re giving you our expert tips on how to prep your home for guests.
Despite all logic, we decided to put together the pairing of the century: coffee and coffee tables! We sat down with our Digital Marketing Coordinator and Resident Coffee Expert, Eric Bailey, to discuss his favorite blends of coffee and the coffee tables that go with them.
Does your coffee choice have any say in your preferred coffee table? Most would say no. We, however…also, say no. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t a fun experiment and a chance to get inspired! Discover a new favorite blend and find inspiration for your next coffee table.
Autumn is a beautiful time of year in New England, the landscape is ablaze with orange, red, and yellow, and the air is a crisp respite from the summer humidity. Along with autumn comes Thanksgiving. And with Thanksgiving comes family gathering, a hearty meal, and perhaps a little stress.
If you've hosted Thanksgiving then you know there's a lot to think about, before even considering how you'll lay out the table.
However, the tablescape, if done in advance, doesn't need to add to your stress. In fact, it can be a creative form of expression and a chance to make the holiday that much more special. Here are some simple ways to adorn your Thanksgiving table and impress your guests.