Samantha Style: Party Perfect

May 11, 2017

 

So you're throwing a party! Probably not a 24,000 sq ft. showroom party like Samantha Stevens and the team hosted at revolve edmonton this Friday night, but the design principles are the same. Whether you decide to have a last minute shindig or a well-planned special occasion it's all about making your guests feel welcome and at home in your space.

You may even, like us, being inviting friends that you haven't met yet. Friends of friends, friends of family, family of friends and you want them to feel relaxed, comfortable and happy to come back any time.

Here are Samantha's Top 3 pointers on making your place, big or small, Party Perfect:

#1.  De-clutter to ensure lots of table space for guests to place drinks/dishes.

#2.  Set the mood with lighting. Not too bright. Not too dark. Just warm and cozy.

#3.  Create an inviting space with plenty of seating and some toss cushions.

Lounge on the Emmy Sectional in person, set your drink on the Ghost Sofa Table and bask under the light of the Metal Floor Lamp at our new Edmonton Showroom.

Thanks for coming and helping us celebrate our Grand Opening in Edmonton Friday Night. We had a blast and it looked like you did too. Congrats to $300 Gift Card Winner Maude Bombardier!!





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