Good Morning America: Get The Good Life
Are you ready to Get The Good Life? Good Morning America teamed with design guru Jonathan Adler, author of 100 Ways To Happy Chic Your Life. They are applying some of his advice for glamorizing your home this holiday season. Learn why you should invest in a chandelier and pick an accent color for your winter decorating.
GMA: Make Your Own Stockings
Personalizing your decor is one key to creating a welcoming environment. You can make your own stockings with velvet and bedazzling them to your tastes.
“Turquoise is a miracle color” that goes with everything, according to Adler. It is a great accent to classic Christmas colors, and it can also be representative of Hanukkah.
Good Morning America: Spraypaint Vase
Feel free to go nuts at the holidays, using silver and gold to create a glitzy look. You can spraypaint a vase silver or gold to create a shiny metallic accent. Spraypaint is apparently the way to go if you want to repurpose an item you already own.
GMA Chandelier Size & Price: Invest In A Chandelier
Lara Spencer asked Jonathan Adler about his policy on chandeliers, which he believes should be in every home. “Chandeliers I think should be bigger than you think you need and more expensive than you think you can afford,” he said.
If you already have a chandelier, you can jazz it up for the holidays to make it special year-round.
Good Morning America: Holiday Placeholders
Use photos of your guests to create custom placeholders for all your holiday guests. Use glitter to add some creative holiday accessories, such as a tiara or mustache.
Jonathan Adler said you can also pick an accent color and use it to tie all the details of your holiday decor together. How much time and effort do you put into your holiday decorating?
I’m curious, because it seems like if you are really into decorating for the holidays, you probably got started before now. On the other hand, if you don’t go all out, then you probably aren’t going to be that inspired to buy a chandelier in the next four weeks. But maybe I’m wrong. It has certainly happened before.