place two wingback chairs side-by-side facing in opposite directions—they should overlap just enough that two people can comfortably chit chat. then, add a small drink table nearby. it’s a modern take on a 19th century conversation chair.
and perfect for a party.
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she’s clever, she’s crafty, she’s a former art director for vogue living who now circles the world with an inspired, stylish eye. one thing she isn’t: afraid to dig her boldly-manicured hands into a DIY project.
we like to think of ebony bizys, the australian-born, tokyo-based creative behind the entertainingly lighthearted blog hello sandwich, as a kindred spirit. (read about her tamaki roll parties in our book, all in good taste.)
with the holiday season zooming in, we turned to hello tokyo, her new craft-focused book, for new twists on one of our favorite adornments: the bow. it turns out creating your own couldn’t be simpler:
step 1. cut a rectangle of paper (your favorite gift wrap works perfectly here), using pinking shears if you have them to create scallop edges on the left and right sides.
step 2: scrunch it in the middle to create a bow shape, and secure with a bit of string or thread.
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