The Homes for the Holidays Collection is Sheer DIY Delight


Creating the perfect holiday design for your home can be quite a task. Some people are content to use the same decorations every year, while others have a spirit of adventure and want something elegant and new each year. This DIY holiday guide from Houzz is for people who are looking for something different, creative, and easy to complete in a matter of days. Prepare your home for the holiday gala of the year, inside and out. The Homes for the Holidays Collection will bring cheer to every corner of your home. Get your saw, hammer, nails, and red and green paint ready, we have work to do. Just in case you did not notice, every decoration in the house is from Crate & Barrel.


If you see any “must-have” items as I have already spotted, your purchase is only a hop and a skip away. The idea of sitting outside on the deck with a holiday grill to toast marshmallows and keep warm with is a genius idea. The reindeer fueling station is equally as creative. The most adorable part of the holiday set-up is the cubbyholes. This is a perfect area to use to keep gifts separate and organized once gift opening is complete and everyone wants to enjoy other activities. If your household is anything like mine, after gift opening there are toys everywhere and hardly any walking room. Choose the ideas that suit your family and whet your appetite to go on a decorating spree. Be sure to share your creative holiday spreads with us at Stylish Eve, so happy decorating!


















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Kia McClain at Expedia CruiseShip Centers: Kia McClain is an avid lover of fashion and style; she started her fashion-writing career as a ghostwriter and stylist. Kia is also a successful entertainer and syndicated, freelance writer at Yahoo! As a poet and spoken word artist (Fierce), she became a top ten artist on popular music sites. This exposure led to her becoming a radio personality at 99.3 the Joynt, where she had a show with World Famous DJ DX, close friend to Nicki Minaj. Nicki often created drops for the show and stopped by the station as an indie artist. Kia also met celebrity photographer, KJ Anderson, who started an entertainment company with her, She served as co-CEO of the company for over two years. Kia has worked with world-renowned celebrities such as Jeff Timmons of the multi-platinum boy band, 98 Degrees and more with her own marketing company,

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