Sure, dryer sheets are super useful when you have stinky socks, but what about the rest of the house? Put those puppies to work doing these four chores:
Between the heart-shaped candy, cookies, Hallmark cards, and whatever else you can possibly think of, it doesn’t take much for this default Valentine’s Day symbol to get old. Fast. But, that doesn’t mean you should completely skip the decorations! Go rogue this Valentine’s Day and be heartless with your décor – literally. Here are six chic and classy ways to decorate for Valentine’s Day without using hearts:
We love January. Not because the 27th is Chocolate Cake Day (although that’s a great reason, too), but because every January, Pantone announces it’s Color of the Year!
2013 was a great year for all things Emerald. This year, we’re looking forward to bringing Pantone’s Radiant Orchid into our homes! Radiant Orchid by Pantone is designed to be a mix between fuchsia, purple and pink. It’s described as being an “expressive, creative and embracing purple.” So, in other words, perfect for home décor.
They save your pants from stains and your face from smeared sauces, but your napkin isn’t just functional. Let that square piece of cloth double as your table’s pièce de résistance (read: the best part) this holiday season with one of these napkin rings:
If carving pumpkins sounds like work to you, ditch the knife this year so you can have all of the fun without any of the mess. Here are four ways to impress your neighbors with slice-free pumpkins: