Monday, November 21, 2016


This time of year is always sentimental. We've got food on our minds, but more importantly, friends & family in our hearts. It's so nice to gather around a home cooked meal and spend time with those we love. No matter where you call "home", decorating is certainly part of the tradition. Transforming your space allows your personal touch to not only shine, but uplifts everyone's spirit and reflects the blessing of all we've been given.

This week, we kick off a little decorating spirit with our first Facebook LIVE event. Hosted by First for Women magazine on Monday 11/21 at 1pm, Kelli will show you how to create a stylish yet simple place setting just in time for the holiday season.

This year's most popular trend seems to be adding natural elements to the table. This is great because you don't need to spend money to transform your space into a warm and stylish setting. 

There are so many ways to incorporate organic style into the home at the holidays. The table setting is certainly a popular place to start the creative juices flowing. Here are a few other hotspots in the house that can bring some extra style to the party.

~The Porch~

Another perk to having fresh snips of greenery around the house is that you can use items you already have in the house. Kelli will be touching on this with her table styling tips, but it really is great to accumulate less "new stuff" when we can. Perhaps it's because we see so many homes and so much STUFF when staging homes and editing out the clutter. It sure seems like a good idea to recycle some of our holiday goodies. 

The kitchen is certainly a hot spot for adults but can we discuss this ADORABLE kitchen for kids?!?!

Via PB Kids

I saw this in person and just died. It looks like my new grown up kitchen! 

Another space that can be so much fun to decorate is the Guest Room! Adding personal holiday touches helps make your guests feel extra special.

Here are few other favorites to give as Hostess gifts or simply enjoy for yourself.

sf fall

SHOP the Fave's

For the Hostess gift: This book, with a cute candle and bottle of wine in a little wire basket. Favorite recipe from the Sunday Supper book:

So, hope everyone has a wonderful holiday and we look forward to our discussions from Kelli's Facebook LIVE event!

Happy Holidays!!

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