• Adorn Your Home With Passementerie This Fall

    Adorn Your Home With Passementerie This Fall

    If you’re someone who loves decorative embellishments on products, it’s time to get acquainted with passementerie. As you’ll soon see, it has a fascinating history and is trending this autumn. Passementerie is a French art form that reached a height of popularity in the 18th century and involves adding trimmings such as tassels and braided cords to decorate an item’s edges. Members of French...
  • A Spooky Soirée—Halloween Hosting for Grown-Ups!

    A Spooky Soirée—Halloween Hosting for Grown-Ups!

    As the last day of October gets nearer, you might prepare by helping the kids in your life choose their costumes or carve pumpkins. But why should young people have all the fun? Here are some tips to plan a Halloween gathering that adults can enjoy. As you pick the decorations, remember that most people associate orange and black with Halloween. Focus on those...
  • Harvest Hosting: Creating a Fall Buffet & Charcuterie Board

    Harvest Hosting: Creating a Fall Buffet & Charcuterie Board

    Fall has arrived, and it’s a fantastic time to start thinking about hosting seasonal gatherings. Thanksgiving is arguably the get-together people most often associate with autumn, but there’s no reason to make that your only opportunity to get together and welcome others to your abode. Consider setting up a fall buffet, complete with a serve-yourself area for guests to use. Then, they can sample...
  • History of the Garden Stool

    History of the Garden Stool

    Over the past few years, you’ve probably seen more ceramic garden stools incorporated into both indoor and outdoor decor. They’re becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason. These versatile pieces give you a place to perch while chatting with friends, but they also work well as end tables. Their earliest known use dates back to China during the Song Dynasty, which happened from 960-1279....
  • Creative Fall Décor: Pumpkin Table Runner

    Creative Fall Décor: Pumpkin Table Runner

    Our new botanical design for fall, Heirloom Pumpkins, was inspired by a quintessential autumn activity that is on all of our seasonal to-do lists: visit the pumpkin patch. This new pattern, like the patch itself, features curling vines, green leaves, little blooms, and pumpkins peeking out amidst it all. However, when we sat the table to include this design we wanted to make our...
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