For Thanksgiving brunch, relax the rules and plan a get-together that's a little less traditional. Set your table with a mix of modern and rustic details. Vintage-inspired chairs, cutting boards used as chargers and plates, and galvanized buckets as candleholders will all add to the beauty of your harvest table.
You can always impress guests with a specialty drink, and you don't have to be a mixologist or sommelier to do it, just find one at your local gourmet grocery store. Many specialty grocery stores will have food and beverage experts on site who can offer recommendations for locally-produced nonalcoholic beverages as well as picks from local breweries and wine that works with your menu. Additionally, they almost always have information packets about the products that you can take home and place on your table for guests to explore.
Sometimes it's the small things that add the biggest impact. When choosing pillows for your holiday gathering spaces, think of textures that remind you of winter. These pillows are made of knit wool, a material that's reminiscent of a warm, winter sweater.
If this playhouse doesn't get the kids out of the house, we don't know what will. A small bridge leads to the pint-sized playhouse that features a bird-watching balcony – complete with binoculars – and a slide. The playhouse's gabled roof and intricate woodwork is sure to please the youngest of architects.
Chip and Jo take on a project with some serious square footage in this renovation in the Waco's Woodway community. The clients were a family of five looking to upgrade to a larger home and had already settled on Woodway as their neighborhood of choice.