Home decor statement pieces aren’t expressly exclusive to holiday fashions.
Decoristas never need an excuse to home decor accent and accessorize, nor do they shy from reminding Santa it’s perfectly fine to add home decor statement pieces to his list.
At this most festive and stylish time of year, home is the star of the meeting, greeting and eating holiday show.
There’s no time like the present to add a few home decor statement pieces to your holiday wishlist.
I connected the dots to this Christmas wishlist conclusion as I sketched out a potential design alternative for a client.
The homeowner wants several items that will stretch the budget tighter than tight, and realizing that fact commented, “I guess I could always ask for it as a Christmas present.”
Christmas bells went off and the Elves got busy dropping hints.
Accent chests offer superb storage and style options for dining rooms as well as kitchens and breakfast areas.
Known as the hub of the home, the kitchen especially is the center of attention at the holiday time of year.
Reason number one why I love to “decorate” my kitchen for the holidays.
The polar opposite of boring-done to death-everybody else is doing it, mixing periods and styles is being embraced more and more as the new kid on the block in design style.
The proof of the point hangs with this experimental pairing of an old-world charm of this Parisian white chandelier framed with two sleek and modern Hicks pendants in bronze and black.
Thomas O’Brien Hicks Small Pendant
We’re considering hanging this lighting trio over the island area.