Christmas and New Year’s Eve are coming. So are the holiday guests. With more Americans traveling this time of year than ever–100.5 million people last year alone, it’s easy to for even the most experienced host to get stressed out. While we can’t serve your appetizers or chill your New Year’s Eve bubbly, we do know how to up the style ante of your home in ways that’ll help you stress less not only during the holiday season, but year-round, too.
With its circular shape, the Melange Empire State of Mind dining table will put guests at ease because everyone will be able to see each other and feel part of the conversation.
With dramatic Baroque flourishes and greige shimmer accents, the Sanctuary buffet conjures images of Old Hollywood glam. It also solves two classic entertaining problems by providing extra serving and storage space within arm’s reach of the table.
Guests will never guess that Annick, with its classic silhouette and tufted back, is actually a recliner. Up to you whether you spill the beans or keep this comfy chair’s secret to yourself.
With rustic luxe finesse, the Roslyn Country rectangle cocktail table is a double-duty asset. Its spacious tabletop holds lots of snacks so guests can relax and nosh without ever leaving their seats. And with two full-depth/full-width drawers, Roslyn is the perfect place to stash items that need to be quickly picked up at the last minute before guests arrive.
During the holidays, portable serving carts like this are invaluable because it saves lots of running back and forth to the kitchen. The Highland bar cart is thoughtfully designed with a sturdy metal frame, three spacious made of glass for easy clean-up, bottle cubbies and side rails to keep contents in place during transport.
With clean lines, modified wings and a sophisticated gray linen headboard/footboard, the Urban Elevation shelter bed will send even the most weary host to dreamland in style.
Ready to stress less, relax more during this holiday season? Furniture like this can help. So can your nearest Hooker Furniture retailer. Don’t delay. The holidays are upon us.