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Fragrant and textured, this wild eucalyptus and juniper wreath can be a pleasant addition to a front door or a wall above a fireplace mantel. Tracy Goldman of Sabellico’s Florist breaks down the steps.
Holiday Decor Goes Fresh and Rustic
Decorating with natural elements for the holidays is not only budget friendly, but it helps create a beautiful rustic ambience. While in my household we use an artificial...
25 Gorgeous Holiday Mantels by Houzzers
We made the call, and you answered. Thank you so much to everyone who responded to our Houzz call and shared mantel photos. You all showed us everything from minimalist to "everything but the kitchen sink" approaches, and we love them all. Here is a sampling...
A Contractor's Secrets to Hanging Holiday Decor
Whether you're looking for a spot to put up your Christmas wreath for a week or need something more permanent, hanging decor on the exterior or interior of your home can be tricky sometimes. Where you're hanging it makes all the difference. Here are a...
4 Rustic, Romantic Christmas Ornaments to Craft in Minutes
Christmas for me is about coming together to celebrate love and life. Cozy gatherings in softly lit, romantically decorated rooms immediately spring to mind. For this ideabook, I wanted to offer ways to create a romantic Christmas setting with a...
Make a Traditional Fresh Holiday Wreath the Easy Way
Whether on a front door or above a mantel, few things convey the holidays better than a fresh wreath. Tracy Goldman of Sabellico’s Florist breaks down the process of making a wreath of mixed greenery into eight...
3 Easy Crafts for a Glittery Woodland Holiday Display
We'd been eyeing designer candles in patterned metallics all year when we realized we could create our own for a lot less. Simple white pillar candles in glass jars from the grocery store and leftover pieces of Christmas tree trunk are...
Experience the Holidays at Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio
Every holiday season the Oak Park, Illinois, home of Frank Lloyd Wright is decorated as it would have been in the early 20th century. Led by "junior...
2 Beautifully Natural Tablescapes for Holiday Dining
The holidays are a time for gatherings with family and other loved ones. If you’re like our family, you have one set of everything for the dinner table, which sometimes forces you to get creative when decorating. By simply swapping out...
11 New Uses for Old-School Christmas Ornaments
Thanksgiving has come and gone (see you next year, pumpkin pie, turkey and food coma!), so it's finally an appropriate time to get serious about Christmas decorating. Although there's nothing wrong with tradition — it's what makes this...
Make a Natural and Wild Holiday Wreath
Made with bark-covered wire, this curly willow-tip wreath is the perfect combination of rustic and wild style for the holiday season. In just 10 simple steps, you can create one yourself using pinecones, dried lotus pods and Hypericum berries as seasonal...
Real vs. Fake: How to Choose the Right Christmas Tree
Homeowner Elaine Morrison used to love going to a tree farm and picking out a real Christmas tree with her kids. But now that her brood is older, she's made the switch to artificial trees. "I love the artificial trees. I want one in every room," she says....
How to Light Your Christmas Tree Like a Pro
Does the thought of hanging Christmas lights conjure feelings of dread? Have you stared longingly at a beautiful storefront tree and felt ashamed by your own tree's appearance? Follow these simple steps and your days of disgrace will be a thing of the...
New York's Wilderstein House Dresses Up for Christmas
Design professionals have decked out the Wilderstein Historic Site in a stunning array of Christmas decor for 2012. Tucked away on a secluded knob overlooking the Hudson River in Rhinebeck, New York,...
5 Gifts for the Home They'll Love — That Cost Next to Nothing
Most people can remember giving their parents handmade coupons for chores around the house at least once. Whether they were for foot rubs or car washes, they didn't cost kids a dime and often made Mom and Dad happier than a macaroni necklace would have....
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