From Everyday to Dressy With Accessories
Accessories can add that extra "pop" to an outfit, so why not to your home? According to designer Sara Zorochin, it's the little things that can turn everyday rooms into great entertaining spaces.
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Designer Mela Catanzaro helps homeowner Lanette Swopes add decorative elements in her dining room as she prepares for a party:
Asian scroll wall hangings (Urban Outfitters)
candles, orange potpourri (IKEA)
cream dining room chair covers, cream table runner (Bed, Bath and Beyond)
red/orange champagne glasses, red/orange beverage glasses, Mod pattern highball glasses (TJ Maxx)
Polaris crystal star, Austin adjustable pillar and taper candle holders, Estate votive screen, silk orchids, square silver dimpled tray (Illuminations)
round copper chair pillows (Target)
red napkins, Moroccan napkin holders (Pier 1 Imports)
orange tropical tablecloth (Crate & Barrel)
glass pedestal bowl, rectangle silver tray with handles, chili pepper bottles (Tuesday Morning)
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