Flocking your tree? Christmas cloches? Mercury ornaments? These are just some of the vintage holiday decorations that are making a comeback in 2018.
After shopping and cooking, the next big task during the holiday season is gift wrapping.
Twinkle lights (aka, fairy lights) are one of the most popular decorating trends. On social media, you’ll find them used in every conceivable way.
Want to beat the winter blues in one of the trendiest ways? Hygge (pronounced “HOO-gah”) took the world by storm in 2016.
As the temperature drops and we leave the carefree days of summer behind, we are definitely ready to nest.
When thinking about decorating, many homeowners don’t even consider their ceilings, but did you know, many designers actually call this the “fifth wall.
“Mudroom” is just an expression…their goal is to actually keep the mud out, along with the snow, ice and dirt of winter.
Kitchens tend to always be the gathering place in the homes of friends and family around the holidays.
Holidays can get hectic. One place that makes a natural rest and recharge refuge is the bathroom.
As the days get shorter and colder, a nice pile of blankets can keep you and your guests cozy and warm, whether snuggling in bed, or watching a movie together on the couch.
In honor of its 50th anniversary, Southern Living compiled its favorite Thanksgiving dishes over the years. Here are five of the editors’ all time favorite side dish recipes.
Getting ready to update your kitchen? Take a look at the hottest kitchen renovation ideas for 2019.