With todays casual lifestyle, even in the most elegant of residences, the outdoor areas of homes have truly become an extension of entertaining and decorating. Since our everyday routines have changed so drastically within just months, the exterior living space has been proven essential to our health and well-being.
It should be made official; January is houseplant month. Theres a feeling of emptiness in the post Christmas season after the Christmas tree comes down. The home immediately misses that big beautiful, lush green tree that took center stage in so much celebration.
The holidays are a time for celebration! Sharing faith, food and tradition with family and friends is the earmark of the season. This special time of year affords us an opportunity to reflect upon our personal, religious and communal convictions.
A few weeks ago, I attended a tea party run by the Mad Harlot Tea Societys outrageous, Penelope Proper. It was held in the old Calderone Theatre, (the building that houses Uniquely Natalie) and it was truly a day of nostalgia. Women wore hats and dressed for tea, ready to be transported to a time when life was slower paced and the elegance of home and table were de rigueur.
Nothing is as important to our sense of well-being as the comfort of our home. Our home is an extension of ourselves, a reflection of who we are, what we enjoy and how we choose to live. Whether large or small, simple or grandiose, we can put our very own stamp on our home and make it as unique and distinctive as we are.
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