3 Cozy Holiday Homescapes You Need To Get In On
Comfy vibes only courtesy of Jess Ann Kirby.
Published Sep 28, 2018 7:04 PM
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We’re in love with Newport-based @jessannkirby’s coastal inspired lifestyle and aesthetic. Between the stunning, saturated seaside photos featured on her Instagram page and the lifestyle advice on her website, Kirby embraces a cozy yet carefree vibe all year round. This holiday season, Kirby and husband @craigsmackay are extra excited to snuggle up in their newly renovated home —aptly named @thecozyranch— and create some new seasonal memories.
Kirby took to Domino’s Instagram page this weekend to give us a peek into her newly-finished home and how it’s being prepped for the best time of year! For Kirby, whether it’s hanging by the fire or hosting guests, keeping things comfy cozy is key.
Pancakes by the fire
If this picture itself doesn’t inspire you to take your Sunday morning breakfast with you to the living room to eat by the fire, we don’t know what will. With temperatures quickly beginning to fall, grabbing a blanket, a good book and your favorite breakfast treat is a perfect way to start the day.
A stocked bar cart
Kirby is ready for holiday hosting with her perfectly styled bar cart. We love the way the metallic finish of the cart brings out the rest of the gold details in her living room, plus it’s filled with everything her and her guests need for the ultimate holiday cocktails. Keeping the drinks close to where people will hang out (likely by the fire) is important for making your party space flow. (Pssst, we’ve also got you covered with tips for to properly stock a bar cart.)
An easy-to-replicate tablescape
Kirby’s simple tablescape creates the coziest winter oasis for her and her guests. With just a bit of winter greenery and lots of mood lighting (think candles and classic white lights) this setup is proof that creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere is all in the details. Throw some shearling over your dining room chairs for an extra plush seating situation.
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