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Decorating for the Holidays

Decorating for the Holidays
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New England’s style genius, Matthew Mead, creates a sparkling new look for decorating for the holidays, from tabletops to mantels, to staircase.

Love of nature and a passion for colorful china and glassware are the essential ingredients in Matthew’s elegant style.


Follow his tips to make this season one that friends and family will never forget.

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2 Responses to Decorating for the Holidays

  1. Mary Strayer November 18, 2008 at 4:02 pm #

    I love the ideas, and this site, but most of all the magazine….such an enjoyment to me! Thanks!

  2. Sharon Todd November 19, 2008 at 8:49 am #

    These ideas are great, and this site is fantastic. Can’t wait to use some of these ideas this
    year. Yankee Magazine has got to be the best bang for your buck in these tough economic times. I don’t know what I would do without my monthly does of “Yankee”. Thanks for putting out such a terrific magazine.

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