Wedged between Halloween and Thanksgiving, the height of November positions itself as the perfect time to incorporate autumnal decor into your home.
Whether you're planning on purchasing a new home, renovating or just a home-improvement enthusiast, here are some other home trends that have flourished in 2015, room by room.
Whether you're celebrating a birthday for an adult or child, a book exchange, a baby shower or any other special occasion, a book-themed party is a spirited way to honor the book lover in your life.
As the weather gets cooler, nothing can be more enjoyable than getting cozy with a warm blanket and relaxing with the perfect book.
With Halloween just a handful of days away, finding a quality and creative costume can be a challenging ? especially for your dog. If you still haven't found that perfect dog costume, it may be time to turn to a glue gun, glitter or felt.
For many, one of the best parts of fall is the beginning of football season. No matter the team, a favorite experience among football fans is the party beforehand. Participating in tailgating is a lively way to celebrate your favorite team. But to tailgate properly, you need to entertain your guests and friends, and the best way to do that is to set up some fan-favorite games.
During the height of football season, nothing beats sharing an afternoon with friends and family outdoors, right before the big game. But no function is complete without the perfect menu to accompany the football fun. Below are some themed and weather-appropriate recipes to feed the masses, course by course.
Going down the pet food aisle can be overwhelming. There are so many brands, types and flavors of dog food. Without a specific recommendation, it can be very difficult for you to find the right food for your dog.
Sgt. Tracy Jones puffs out his cheeks as he lies on his back and lifts his left leg. The pain is evident on his face, but he does not cry out...
...And the original Georgia Girls are hoping for fewer raised eyebrows when they tell their friends why they're not in the stands at home games. "It's taken a little more seriously when it's not just girls," said junior Tracy Jones.