Have you ever noticed that certain colors seem to pop up everywhere for a season and then disappear? There’s a reason for that.
Neighborhood front porches are filled with beautifully decorated Christmas scenes starting the day after Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day. Then, what?
With winter approaching, many of us will be spending more time indoors and perhaps tackling some home interior projects. But before picking a new paint to put on the walls, consider that there’s more to color than meets the eye.
Charcuterie boards are all the rage right now. For the last few decades, they were simply called veggie or fruit trays, but add a piece of wood and a fancy design and voila, you have an elevated serving platter.
Whether there’s a family significance or historical value, people have stacks of items to sort. But dividing memories to keep and toss can be a difficult decision, according to Gina Heitman, a professional organizer.
Traditional faux styles may take the cake when it comes to the most popular Christmas tree out there.
For the person who’s hard to buy for and lives out of town, homemade Christmas cookies seem like a good option and easy to send.
Holiday shopping could look quite different this year. Supply chain issues coupled with shipping delays, curbing online shopping a bit, may mean more people will look to local stores to fill their needs.
The holidays have always been a special time of year for Brian and Samantha Taylor – especially Christmas.
Before you head out like the Griswolds and cut down your own tree for the holidays, there are a few things to know about the different species.