It’s All in the Details: Going All In on Celebrating at Home

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It’s All in the Details

Going All In on Celebrating at Home

If your friends and family are allowed to travel this holiday season, they’ll likely arrive at your
home road-trip-weary and in need of a stiff drink, extra pillows, and velvety-soft sheets. And even if they show up
pre-Hanukkah, they’re probably staying put through New Year’s to comply with quarantine rules. That means it’s time
to dial up the cozy, elevate the guest room to oasis status, and get this hunkered-down holiday on lock. And if
you’re spending the holidays solo, may we suggest giving your own bedroom the guest room upgrades below?

FOR THE GUEST ROOM

FOR A COZY GAME NIGHT

GIFTS THAT GET YOU INVITED BACK

FOR FAMILY DINNER

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