As time goes on， Christmas preparations can become monotonous - you choose the same theme every year， the same colour palettepillow cases home decor， you worry year in year out about the expense of decorating for Christmas and some of you will never know when to stay stop! The same dilemmas， just a different year. Let this year be the turning point though - from tired looking Christmas decorations to impressive festive rooms throughout the home - starting with our lounges. This Christmas， spruce up your lounge with our helpful tips， advice and ideas to making it the best looking lounge on the block! We have a wealth of inspiration here so let's not waste any more time!
Yes, chickens do wear aprons! Just ask your friends who keep poultry in their backyards –?if they don’t already have these for their feathered friends, they’ll want you to make some! These bib-like garments –?also known as hen saddles – cover their backs and protect them from being injured and/or having their feathers pulled out. Make them in shades to match the fowls’ feathers, or have fun with bright novelty prints and trims for highly-visible garments that prevent wayward chickies from blending into the scenery.?Simple to make, chicken aprons are a unique gift for your favorite backyard poultry farmer. You could even use them to barter for fresh eggs!personalized teacher supplies
Dad Model or Model Dad? Good question! Zach Buchner and Janel Allgeier are such fun people and amazing parents who let us shoot in their home for our Spring catalog. Zach is an artist and educator who creates colorful, textured paintings that are sculptural with plaster and paint layers. He shows with Andrew Rafacz Gallery in Chicago and teaches at Northwestern University. Janel is a Project Development Manager at Grohe America who works closely with architects and interior designers. Together they make a fantastic team with a beautiful home that mixes fun color with sophisticated textures and great modern pieces. We were able to capture some of our favorite images in the context of their home and they were willing to jump right in!