Club moss (Lycopodium) is a creeping moss that prefers cool temperatures and low to moderate light. It thrives in rich, moist soil, if given good air circulation. Mosses have many different characteristics; choose from types with fine foliage, soft textures, flat or arching branches, and colors that include green, red, bronze-mahogany, and blue iridescence.
Combine the cranberry sauce and mayonnaise in a small bowl. Stir to fully blend. Toast both sides of the bread in a long toaster or under the broiler in your oven. Stack the sandwich, beginning with a slice of toast topped with a thin layer of cranberry mayonnaise. Add turkey, cheese, tomato, lettuce. Add another slice of toast topped with a thin layer of cranberry mayonnaise. Add bacon, more turkey (if desired), cheese, tomato, and lettuce. Add salt and pepper to taste. Spread a thin layer of cranberry mayonnaise on the last slice of toast and top the sandwich.
Press the sandwich down gently and poke a short skewer or long toothpick through each half of the sandwich. Cut the sandwich in half with a serrated knife, using a sawing motion to prevent displacing the ingredients. Serve immediately.
The Club Room beckons to entertain with a state of the art sound system, custom built-ins and wet bar, as well as sweeping views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Blue hues in the art, sofa and rug really tie the space together.
Located at the base of the McDowell Mountains, The Country Club at DC Ranch was renovated by PHX Architecture. The inspiration was to return the space to its roots, reflecting its history as a desert camp cattle ranch in the early 1900s.
HGTV's Property Brothers reupholstered vintage club chairs in an electric blue fabric to brighten the mood of this dark sitting room. Bamboo blinds, quirky tabletop decor and an industrial end table combine for an eclectic blend of styles.
A pintucked ottoman and two cozy neutral chairs with orange pillows are situated in front of a wall-to-wall bookshelf in this home library. A small table with a lamp finishes off the space, creating the perfect place for kicking back with a good book.
Designer Geoffrey De Sousa opted for soothing neutrals in linen, suede and silk when creating the Library at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. Shown here is the Padrino Club Chair by Studio Van Den Akker in sand-colored suede.
Impactful blue leather chairs could easily make a space feel overly formal -- but not with the addition of funky camouflage throw pillows and a safari-inspired zebra-print rug. Unique design accents also fill the room with casual personality.
This fun living space enjoys sweeping views of the Washington waterfront, as well as heat from an antique wood stove. Four red leather club chairs create a great conversation nook when paired with a graphic rug and complementary pillows. Loads of windows amplify the view and bring in copious amounts of natural sunlight.
One of the biggest renovations of at The Country Club at DC Ranch is the stunning U-shaped bar. With backlit glass panes, leather barstools and casual Southwest atmosphere, the bar is the perfect place to grab a drink, socialize or catch the latest golf tournament.
The double-sided brick fireplace is the centerpiece of this rustic lounge area in The Country Club at DC Ranch. Comfortable furniture, exposed wood beams, a wrought iron chandelier and throw pillows add to the southwestern feel of the space.