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Grocery Store Decor
It doesn’t get much easier than picking up a few decorative accents while shopping for the ingredients to your holiday meal. While Radosevich creatively uses part of her drip coffee maker to house a pretty eucalyptus arrangement, you can opt to use any pretty vase or glass container you have around the house. Plus, these accents are easy enough to create multiples of—place one in your kitchen, another in your entryway, and even one on your table for an extra easy centerpiece.
We’re obsessed with this pastel-inspired tablescape. To replicate in your own home, choose a palette around plates or linens you already have and build from there. If you’re not loving your tabletop options, make your centerpiece the true center of attention. As Radosevich recommends, “go overboard”! Choosing fun-colored pumpkins is an easy way to keep the table feeling fall and festive. What are you waiting for? Grab some spray paint or a paintbrush and get to revamping those pumpkins, because this idea is too cute to pass up.
The best way to end a massive feast? Move the party to a comfy space to relax, laugh, and digest all that food. Add a few extra cozy touches like warm throws and delicious smelling candles and your guests might just never leave.
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