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    Holiday 2020 Preparation Ideas

    How Best to Get Ready for the Holidays

    Now more than ever we’ve gotten very accustomed to our personal space. We’ve also gotten smarter and more creative with figuring out new ways to make our spaces work for us. Our homes have always been our sanctuaries and for a lot of people, they’ve also been a key component to our get-togethers, especially around the holidays.

    Beautiful tables covered in delicious food and surrounded by family and friends is a holiday tradition. While warm weather has afforded us the opportunity to update our patios and improve our outdoor gathering game, as cooler months approach, how will we adjust our indoor hosting rituals?

    Let’s get the holiday season ready with some ideas and key products that will have you set for your upcoming get-togethers.

    Seating Arrangement Ideas

    While sitting around one table may not work, setting up a few smaller tables might do the trick. You could even try splitting food up into smaller serving dishes and setting them up on the individual tables to let your guests serve themselves. They can dig in at their own convenience and won’t be too shy to ask for that second helping!

    Another idea is creating seating arrangements that don’t rely on a traditional table. This could be a great way to include more guests. Check out these tray tables. They’re perfect for setting up on either end of a sofa, that way your guests can chit chat and still relax in their personal space.

    Utilize Bar Carts and End Tables

    BYOB. When going to a party, how often do guests show appreciation for receiving their invite by bringing a bottle of wine to share with their hosts? While sharing is definitely caring, why not encourage your guests to show some self-love and bring it for themselves!

    Bar carts have a great way of adding style and sophistication to dining area décor and have great functionality. Smaller versions can be a good way of dedicating drinkware to individual groups of guests and creates a spot for them to place their own glasses and bottles.

    Try using end tables, too. Write your guests’ family name on a simple card and place it on a bar cart or end table, they’ll know exactly where to pour themselves that glass of wine.

    Your Party Hosting Game Just Leveled Up

    The holiday season has a tradition of bringing people together and there are lots of ways to keep that tradition alive. Here’s to finding new ways to celebrate. Cheers!

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