New Year’s Eve is one of the most celebrated and anticipated events of the year. If you’re planning the party, you can’t drop the ball. New Year’s Eve parties are entirely different than the typical get-togethers you host. Send off 2018 in style with festive decorations, creative use of space, and some fabulous furnishings. Let’s get this party started!
A Party On Wheels
The bubbly bar: a New Year’s Eve party must-have. A well-styled bar welcomes guests and shows some of your personality. We love the open display a bar cart provides and, because cocktails just taste better in fancy glasses, use the space to show off your favorite stemware and decanters. Cheers to a New Year!
Style your bar cart:
Ring In The New Year
The countdown is on! Perfect for a photo backdrop or as a reminder that Father Time is here to hand over the New Year, pull out all of your favorite clocks into an easily set-up gallery wall. More exciting than simply watching the ball drop, your collection of clocks will add to the action once the midnight hour strikes.
Get the look:
It’s easy to have a big bash in a small space. You just need a little rearranging and planning to create the perfect party venue. Get people to take a seat andÂ get out of the wayÂ relax with a cozy living room arrangement. A festive, plush sofa encourages conversational groupings and gives guests a place to lounge. Cushioned pile rugs, like this hand-knotted JD Staron piece, offer backup floor seating and help define the space. Finish it off with an open, airy coffee table, and you’ve formally introduced function to fashion.
Make the most of your space:
Coffee Brew Year
Not everyone on your guest list regularly sees midnight. A coffee and dessert bar at the end of the night gives your party a little extra buzz. Set your after-dinner delight to be stunningÂ andÂ self-sufficient with a gorgeous antique coffee set. Sweeten it up with a sampling of desserts and, as you look out on the sea of awe-struck friends, cherish the moment you mastered the art of hosting.
Set up your station: