48 cards and gift wrap Dining Design Photos

Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birtday
sale to buy gift cards for the movies, because movie watching was something they loved to do as a family. It was the perfect alternative to having unloved objects in their home.So what do you do about birthdays? In my experience it rarely works to set a no-gifts policy. We’re wired to be gift givers. If
not presents are opened. Now when it comes to asking a grandparent not to give a gift, it's a whole 'nother ball game. It's like asking them to stop breathing. It’s not possible. You can guide them toward more useful gifts, though, by being open about what your children really need. There are times when
What to Ask for in Lieu of Gifts One of my clients actually had three train tables! She bought one, and two separate friends gave her two more. Not wanting to seem ungrateful, she
“nichole” — luv88prpl
sarah & bendrix
love the valentine wall. It could also be framed "special" cards through the years. - - Like so many things, I wish I had thought of it earlier in my life.
Perhaps you and your family would prefer to make your own cards. Maybe you enjoy baking and decorating to the max; that’s just not my thing. We all get to decide how to celebrate.It’s seems like such a small thing
“Pictures same but different, photo ideas??” — twinks76
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tahoe Modern
Poker table is too much, folding card table is too little. This look is just right for a card/domino table.
Really lovin the round tables now. Just more intimate and wraps the conversation around everyone instead of the person at the end of a rectangle table having no idea what is going on.
“Chairs” — n1storck
Tom Sibley Interior Photography NYC
Tom Sibley Interior Photography
Great room, Saarinen table, wrap around sofa with 1 conversation chair,
Card table and chairs
“Fire place” — carolinegraciano
Architectural Ceramics Inc
22 Reviews
Stone Floor
Wrap around bench breakfast seating
“piso” — yeral
Peace Design
Dining Room
table actually has a large leaf in the center that can be removed when it's just the family. They use it as a dining table on one end and a homework or card table on the other. Very flexible!
window wrap
“windows trim” — Monika Harris
Rita from Design Megillah
Home for Chanukah
When I was growing up Chanukah was simply lighting the menorah for eight nights and getting a few gifts. Today, we are surrounded with so much more--I want my holidays to reflect who I am and take it to the max! Please visit my blog www.designmegillah.com for more Chanukah ideas.
I like the way the dishes are arranged and the little gifts are set inside the bowls.
“Miracle” — zalfas
Jill Asher
Finishing Touches- Junior League of Palo Alto-Mid Peninsula Holiday House Tour
Centre de table from gift boxes
ribbon wrapped around garland
“Window sill” — jenzim619
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