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You don’t know how you ended up here, but somehow you've found yourself hosting New Year’s Eve at your house, entirely unprepared. Hey, it happens to the best of us. Don’t fret. We’re here to help with some helpful tips on how to create a NYE tablescape that is both ohmigod-amazing and affordable. We tapped the incredibly talented Sloane Solomon of Found as our expert, and she's full of brilliant, budget ideas. With pieces she already had in her pad and a few organic materials, the Wynwood home-store owner completed a whimsical centerpiece inspired by good luck traditions observed by several cultures. Think lucky charms, pennies, black-eyed peas, and Chinese dragons. Pretty creative, no? Click through to borrow Solomon’s solutions.
Photographed by Elizabeth Renfrow
At 6:30 p.m. EST, a countless number of people will be gathering in bars and around television sets to eat, drink, and cheer as they watch Super Bowl XLIX. Some people have been following these teams since the season started, and some still can't name the two teams that made it to the championships. Some are planning read
Some people develop an irrational rage when faced with a product they could make themselves. But for us, even if we had access to the same materials, the same embellishments, and the same starting piece, we are not Junya Watanabe. Our pants would just look weird instead of wonderfully weird. But for those of you with read