Add some rustic charm to your yard with tree silhouettes made from plywood and nail heads. These attractive trees, designed by Brian Patrick Flynn, are fun in the daytime but look breathtaking when silhouetted at night by outside lighting.
This porch is sparkling with the holiday spirit. A chandelier made from mason jars, basic lumber and tree trimmings adds rustic ambience to the space. Accents of red in the white rocking chairs and topiary bring a pop of color to this cheerful outdoor dining area.
If your group is a lot larger than your dining room, even more reason to take your entertaining outdoors. An outdoor dining table is a great solution to accommodate extra guests! This low-key place setting is festive and casual. And sheet moss brings instant woodland sophistication to any setting.
While a sleek bar cart is nice eye candy, you don't need one to create a functional & stylish serving area for guests to prep a cocktail. Any space can be transformed into a makeshift bed station. All you really need is some barware, a cutting board and a few holiday decorations.
While a sleek bar cart is nice eye candy, you don't need one to create a functional and stylish serving area for guests to prep a cocktail. Any space can be transformed into a makeshift beverage station. All you really need is some barware, a cutting board and a few holiday decorations.
Make memories by asking guests to bring an instrument and provide the musical entertainment. HINT - you don’t need a super talented group to have an impromptu jam session. In fact, the less musical your guests, the more fun it can be!
Keep the kids' anticipation high with holiday decor tailored just for them. Give a nod to Santa's workshop with little touches that'll spark their imaginations and handmade toys they can play with for hours.
If you’re entertaining after dark, you’ll want to make sure that pathways and stairs are properly lit. It’s easier than ever to add lights to your existing garlands thanks to battery operated LED light packs. Just make sure your string lights are the same shade (cool or warm) as your solar lights!
Repurpose a bar or garden cart into a rolling breakfast station complete with gourmet coffees and a variety of newspapers. It's the perfect time of year to loll away the morning over the paper, sipping hot java and noshing freshly baked pastries.
Pine garland is perfect for draping along banisters to add a winter touch to your outdoor decor. Another easy option is to string white bunny tail yarn garland around doors and windows to create a mini snowball effect.