Hosting a New Year's Eve party can come with a lot of pressure. One last hurrah for the year's end must be epic and set the bar for 2018. Instead of fussing over a frou-frou menu or sticking to a picky theme, take the bare minimum—like glasses, serving bowls, and even napkins—and glam them up. The following entertainment essentials, revved up in silver, gold, and sparkles, make a lasting impression without overdoing it.
When I started rearranging my home and looking for new furniture, I knew that I wanted to open up my space. Not only would this make my studio apartment look cleaner and more put-together, but being smaller than a standard couch it would also give me more room for some of my favorite hobbies like crafts and yoga. Thanks to this gorgeous love seat by Better Homes and Gardens, I have a comfortable seat and hideaway bed all tucked into one, saving me space—and money.
Before inviting your friends over for the big game, make sure you have festive serveware to get the party started. From a unique football-shaped ice tray to simple, game day napkins, we've rounded up everything you'll need to be the perfect host.
It's time to branch out and try something new with your holiday decor this year. Instead of filling your home with poinsettias, add a few of these amaryllis flowers to your Christmas display.
Hosting Easter brunch? There's no need to stress, with these essentials you'll have your table ready to serve in no time. With everything from dinnerware and flatware to small kitchen appliances and serveware you'll be able to make a stunning Easter spread that will impress all.
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