Prepare a home for the holidays with wood blinds

Nov 16 2010

Prepare a home for the holidays with wood blinds
Prepare a home for the holidays with wood blinds
Across the country, homeowners are looking for unique ways to get a home ready for company. From Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year's, the holiday season will ensure that a house sees a lot of company in the coming weeks.

Interior design expert Christopher Lowell recently shared some advice with The Staten Island Advance for those who are trying to make their abode as stylish and classy as possible.

One effective and affordable way to incorporate a modern theme is to create a memorable bouquet as a dining room table centerpiece that will last from November to January.

Homeowners should first put cranberries at the base of the flowers, before using colorful buds of any kind. Using fake or real apples can also contribute to the natural feeling of the bouquet and lend a comfortable, homey atmosphere to the table.

Lowell also recommends hollowing out apples and making candle-holders, which will complement the bouquet beautifully.

Glass containers can also be timeless decorations. Depending on the holiday, homeowners can fill them with leaves, candy canes or colorful stars.

Another way for individuals to prepare for all three upcoming holidays is to hang wood blinds from the windows. These window treatments will add a touch of dignity and rustic charm to any room.
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