Because when it comes to people with discriminating tastes, “anything” gifts just won’t do.
Decorate around a theme and turn your home into a magical place found only in storybooks.
When buying candle holders and lanterns, get those you can use even after the holidays.
Gardening may not be the most efficient recreational activity today, but it’s one of the most rewarding – and just what we need in our fast-paced, high-stress time.
If all your parties at home have begun to feel like pajama parties, it’s time to try something bolder.
If you find lining up office items is too uninspiring for you to copy, or birthday suits aren’t allowed in your workplace, there is, however, one ritual that might suit your taste, as it did everyone’s, from Honore de Balzac’s to Margaret Atwood’s: drinking coffee.
Decorating walls can go beyond paint and wallpaper. It can be more thoughtfully done, considering matters other than aesthetics to include functionality, space creation, and effects on people.