It is officially the holiday season, and that means ‘tis the season to host parties and out-of-town guests!
Ready for it or not, it’s time to get your home ready for the onslaught. And the Dallas Design District is a great place to start your holiday preparations.
With a few tweaks, your guests will feel like they checked into a luxury hotel. Opt for a neutral color palette, oversized furniture and bold art pieces in your guest rooms — bonus points for displaying work from local artists.
Don’t forget to make the bed as comfy as possible. And what better way to do that than with pillows? Stock up with a trip to The Pillow Bar, featured on “the O list” in The Oprah Magazine.
Dinner parties, cocktail parties, large family meals. There’s no time like now to get your dining room ready for all that feasting. If you plan on doing a lot of entertaining this year, the table can make or break your plans. A long, rectangular table works great for a big family dinner. Then set aside the seating to host a standing room-only cocktail party. Check out the tables and seating options at The Bright Group.
How do you get your home holiday-ready without getting yourself into a major decorating project? Accessorize, accessorize, accessorize. Switch out your day-to-day pillows and throws with pillows and throws in traditional holiday colors. Or think about slipcovers for side chairs and dining room chairs. Plants and flowers are also an easy add for any room. The Fabricut showroom is a great place to get ideas for putting together the perfect room.
Of course, you might need some serious help getting organized before you can even begin to think about decorating and partying. Styled & Organized can save the season. The team at S&O will help you get uncluttered and find space for every room. Or book a consultation for their home styling service for help finding the best way to utilize your space.
Don’t let the holidays feel like a time of upheaval and stress. Get your home holiday-ready with the Dallas Design District and enjoy the turkey, trimmings and fa la la-ing.