Episode #32: Home For The Holidays

Holidays 2020 are here, and somehow it’s been the longest and the shortest year – all at the same time! If you have recently moved from the city, or you are thinking about relocating to the suburbs for the first time, I’m here to give you some holiday decorating tips for your new (and most likely, larger!) home. I don’t want to talk just about décor though, and a big part of this episode is sharing how these holidays will differ from past years, and what my family will be doing that’s different. As you’ll hear, there are some silver linings from this year too though, and I want to share those with you as well today!

I would love to know how you and your family are celebrating and decorating this year. Please DM me on Instagram, @ http://instagram.com/jillkalmaninteriors or email me, jill@jillkalmaninteriors.com and tell me all about it!

As mentioned in this episode, you can go to https://jillkalmaninteriors.com/ to get some great freebies I have for you, including my Mini Moving Guide and Welcome Home Planner! As well, My Welcome Home Moving Organizer available for just $29, and it’s designed with EVERYTHING you need to move (which is why I say that it’s “the moving organizer that you can’t live without)!

Finally, I have an exciting announcement that I want to share with listeners of the podcast. In January 2021 I will be launching my digital course, Style & Accessorize Your Home in a NY Minute! In this course I’ll be revealing my secrets, tips and tricks in a simple video course that’s broken up into modules. This will give you the resources, solutions and really quick wins at an affordable price – all with direction from me. To get on the waitlist and to be the first to know (as well as quality for the special introductory price offer), go to http://jillkalmaninteriors.com/course-waitlist, or you can find details on my Instagram Profile as well.

What You’ll Learn from this Episode: 

  • My biggest pet peeve (and tips to avoid it) when it comes to holiday décor

  • Some ideas of things I’ve done this year, and in the past, using materials and colors in and around my home

  • How you can start to get creative with your lights and plants this holiday season

  • What I mean when I say that it’s ok to “mix the highs and the lows”

  • In what ways this holiday season will be different for me and my family, and how I’m still planning to make it special for all of us

  • The silver linings and positive things that we can pull from 2020, and how you can shift your perspective to see the opportunities available right now