You’ve heard her name before: she’s a country-superstar-turned-lifestyle-maven with bestselling cookbooks, an award-winning cooking show, food products, fragrance and of course furniture and home decor. Trisha Yearwood’s furniture collections are here at Homemakers and we are overjoyed to share them with you!
The weather is improving, days are getting longer and those bugs with the flashing bums are returning—we’re not taking a side on the firefly, lightning bug debate. This all means one thing: summer is coming!
With the return of warm weather come plenty of things to do in Des Moines. We’re barely able to contain our excitement for grill outs and summer festivals. And, we have an otherworldly item to add to your 2016 Des Moines bucket list…
Remember the kids’ table? You know, the little dining setup segregated from your “adulting” family. Whether it was a small, round dining table http://www.homemakers.com/kitchen-and-dining-tables/ or a pullout card table, almost everyone has experienced this seating arrangement, complete with waterproof tablecloth and paper napkins.
If you’re reading this post, we’re assuming you’ve now graduated to the adult table. Which means at mealtime, you understand the kids that need something more to look forward to than Uncle Phil’s casserole.
To help out, we talked to our senior visual designer, Brandon Roush. He shared tips on fashionable and fun Easter kids’ table decorations, like using a black sharpie to write names on terracotta pots and filling them with crayons for fun placeholders.
Everyone knows a quality mattress is central to good sleep, but the supporting players shouldn’t be overlooked either. A well-rounded sleep experience is critical in ensuring support, comfort and longevity.
Let’s take a closer look at five must-have sleep accessories every bedroom should have.