With the soon to be celebrated holiday of Thanksgiving to look forward to, there’s never been a better time to check out some American style around the home. The holiday is central to the American feeling of homeliness, and can help to bring out a domestic warmth and comfort associated with the season.
Originating as a harvest festival based on the first festival of New England colonists in 1621, Thanksgiving has been celebrated in the United States of America on and off since 1789, after President George Washington proclaimed it as a national holiday. Today it is celebrated on the last Thursday of November, and is a major event in family homes up and down the land, even rivaling Christmas in terms of importance and prestige.
As another Thankgiving rapidly approaches, we thought it’d be a great idea to have a look at some of the American inspired ideas currently available at Dotmaison.
How about making the most of a truly American continental brunch with the Tex Mex collection from Sagaform? The striking collection of kitchenware and dining room essentials could help spice up a party in the tastiest of ways. Comprising of a taco serving set and stoneware plates, the collection is perfect for lovers of Tex-Mex foods and offers the chance to celebrate the hottest and most delicious creations from the country! Chow down on a Thankgiving feast with these beautiful items and you’ll be sure of a treat!
It doesn’t get much more American than the designs of American Freshman. Currently available at a seasonal discounted rate, the inspiring creations of bedding and cushions emblazoned with stars and stripes will be able to put your home firmly in the mood for an American style housewarming. Drawing from the strong and empowering look familiar from American colleges and universities, the American Freshman collection is an all round winner for proving style, character and warmth to any bedroom.
A different kind of American vision and style is offered by Kate Spade New York. The cool, modern and intrinsically American style of the design company lends itself beautifully to a whole range of items including stationary, serving plates and dinner items plus lovingly created thermal flasks. The items, often highlighted with pop-art style sloganeering such as ‘eat cake for breakfast’ – provide a very cool New York kind of modern talking into everyday life. As a way of celebrating that most American of holidays, there couldn’t be much better!
Robert Monk November 11th, 2016