As the sun goes down at the stadium, temperatures can drop drastically. Keep your guests warm and comfy with a basket filled with woven throw blankets. In addition to adding comfort, blankets offer another opportunity to work your team colors into the party.
Round up and inventory your season extending gear—well before you need it. Frost blankets don’t last indefinitely, especially when exposed to cold snaps that include snow and ice. Make sure you have what you need on hand to protect fall crops from frosty nights.
Bring some coziness to the table by using an old, plaid wool blanket as a tablecloth. It's very fitting for fall and saves purchasing extra linens. A patchwork quilt or simply a plaid piece of fabric would stand in nicely as well.
Similar to layering jackets with sweaters during the cold winter months, textiles cozy up this winter-inspired bedroom. Ensure guests stay warm by leaving them extra-warm covers at the foot of the bed, like this off-white cable-knit blanket and cashmere plaid throw.
If you have a garden that’s actively producing when frost threatens, there’s no excuse for not investing in some season extending equipment to keep the fresh flavors—and nutrition—coming into your kitchen. This kit costs under $25 and comes with built-in hoops and the ability to extend up to 18 feet.
Take advantage of the ample green space and provide a place for guests to lounge. Spread painters' canvas under blankets to keep critters and moisture away. Throw pillows and wraps will keep guests comfortable.
This play tent has the potential to be just about anything -- a house, a rocket waiting to be launched or whatever else the little ones imagine! Pillows and blankets ensure that it's comfortable inside if they want to nap after.