You know what you want. You’ve spotted it in the store. Maybe it’s the futon for your Holiday guests. Or the dining table with the extensions so you can seat the whole family. Or maybe it’s the Emily accent chair in navy linen with the contemporary chrome metal legs that would look perfect in the corner of the living room under the reading lamp.
Whatever item has caught your eye, here’s a quick guide to surviving Black Friday and come home with your prize:
Thanksgiving is easily one of the most family-oriented and relaxed holidays in the calendar year. As you gather with friends and family this season why not try bringing some of the crisp, fall colours inside. We’ve got some fun ways to pair up DIY home décor with our popular DHP furniture faves!
Whether you have a tiny apartment, small dining table or not enough chairs to go around, don’t let lack of space dictate your get-togethers. Get creative instead!
Bring on the buffet. Make room at the table by making use of other counter and shelf space around your home.
Decorating the dining room table for a dinner party is becoming so popular that it even has a name: tablescaping—creating a landscape for your table that will set the tone and make your guests feel special and welcome.
Fall is a great theme for a tablescape, since it’s filled with bright colours, fun textures, and lots of delicious scents and smells. Where do you start? Try right outside your front door!
Rustic décor is everywhere you look these days, and with good reason. This shabby-chic approach to decorating uses raw materials, repurposed items and a solid colour palate to bring the outside in for a warm and welcoming look that doesn’t have to cost a lot.
Thinking of adding a rustic touch to your living space? Here are four ways to achieve rustic’s natural look while preserving a style all your own.
There are a few key ingredients that go into hosting the perfect get together—from the table setting to the wine pairings to the music you select to set the tone for the evening. But the main ingredient, of course, is the food. So how do you go about picking the perfect menu?
Just head to your local farmers’ market!
Communicating with other human beings is one the most confusing things about being a human being. I mean, it’s at least in the top five because each of us is so unique! And depending on how your family life was, and who did what in your household, expectations for roommate behaviour will vary for each person. To each their own, you know?
So if you’re about to live with other human beings whether they’re your friends or total strangers, best to have “the talk” early on so some basic ground rules can be set.
We’ve narrowed down six categories for roommate living bliss:
From sunny days and hot nights on the patio to blustery days and crisp, cool nights, the transition from summer to fall is one of our favourite for your home. Fabrics get cozier, colours become deeper. So follow us into fall with these design suggestions:
It’s back to school time and that’s a big shift in the ol’household. How can you ease back into the hustle and bustle in ways that don’t leave you even more exhausted? We’ve got some simple tips on staying chill this school year.