Decorations

7 Star-Spangled Accessories for the Fourth of July 

These seven finds will proudly display your patriotic side.

Graduation Centerpiece Ideas to Complete Your Party

Set your celebratory table with one of these fun graduation centerpiece ideas.

7 Totally Unexpected and Insanely Fun Ways to Transform Peeps

Simple crafts that take Peeps from candy basket must-have to captivating Easter decor. 

10 New Year’s Eve Party Decorations From Etsy

Throwing a big bash to celebrate the New Year? Set the scene for an elegant soiree with these unique and festive decorations.

Creative Ways to Decorate With Pinecones This Season

Sometimes the prettiest holiday decorations don’t actually come from the store. We know: It can seem daunting to DIY, especially during a time of the year when your to-do list is filled with other pressing tasks. But creating your own trimmings is not only a fun way to take a time-out; it also means more flexibility to craft something that suits your home’s existing décor. You can swap out colors (think silver or gold if you don’t love the traditional red and green), use new materials (try your hand at a ribbon wreath instead of the evergreen variety), or even bring a little bit of the outside in (yes, we think pinecones make a great choice). Though the Christmas tree or a wreath on the front door is an obvious way to add natural elements to your home, these out-of-the-box ideas are just as beautiful. Plus, it’s likely the guests at your annual dinner party have never seen these upscale holiday crafts before, so you might even have guests asking where they can buy their own. Once the holidays are over, you don’t have to quickly retire these items. Most of these crafts will look right at home until the first signs of spring.

New Year’s Party Decorations

Celebrate the countdown in style with these decorative party picks.

How to Bring the Outside in This Thanksgiving

Add some natural, rustic charm into your house with these 7 easy-to-make designs.

7 Small Decorating Tricks to Get Your House Ready for Fall

The coziest season of the year is here. There are plenty of things to like about fall—crisp weather, beautiful fall foliage, and the excuse to indulge in the season’s best food and drink (pumpkin everything, apple cider, and more). When summer changes to fall, everyone changes their wardrobes from shorts and bathing suits to chunky sweaters and warm scarves. So why not transform your home décor for a new season? Fall is the perfect time to experiment with different textures, thicker textiles, and a darker, dramatic palette.