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Glasses are lined neatly one after the other, grouped together by pattern. Wine glasses, champagne flutes, goblets, tumblers — some colored, cut or etched — fill the cabinets that line all of the walls of The Glass Urn in Mesa.
CHICAGO - Finally, the perfect answer for a team that has been killing its fans for 100 years: A place to put their remains.
In my hometown of Atchison, we have all the ingredients for a chilling Halloween celebration, from creepy Victorian mansions to so many spooks we've been declared the Most Haunted Town in Kansas. But you don't have to live in a town that's home to lots of ghosts and goblins to have a fun and frightful Halloween. It's easy to add a few ghoulish touches to your fall decor that will take your style to spooky new heights. Here's how.
"What makes a gourd desirable?" my husband asked, calling from a farmer's roadside stand where I'd sent him in a panic to find pumpkins and gourds for my fall open house. Everyone has her own answer to that question. Some love gourds with traditional shapes and colors of red, buttery yellow and persimmon orange. Others are intrigued by those with unusual shapes and hues, like ghostly white and eerie green-gray. I'm especially fond of gnarly, wart-covered gourds in crazy color combinations.
When visitors show up at the Chandler offices of community association management company AAM, they no longer get handed chilly bottles of water - even during the triple-digit mid-summer temperatures.
After years and years of decorating my home and others' for the holidays, I've come to this conclusion: I think Christmas decor looks its best when it's subtly woven into our year-round displays, adding just a whisper of the season in a few key spots, rather than being the center of the show. Understated displays feel more natural and less contrived, and keep your house feeling like a home, not a Christmas store.
To love and be loved is the greatest joy on earth. So this year on Valentine's Day, celebrate those you hold dear by honoring them with a soiree that is so romantic and glamorous it will make their hearts jump.
Q: When I set my table for nice dinners, I can’t seem to make them look as splashy as the tables I see in magazines. What am I doing wrong?
Designers’ homes often portray an elegance and style that nondesigner homeowners just can’t seem to copy on our own, no matter how many times we pore over Architectural Digest. For a moment, one might think that about Stacy Charter’s stylishly Southwestern Gilbert home.