As the snow settles into Jackson Hole, turn on some holiday music, light a candle, and prepare for the long winter ahead. Though the weather is frightful, with a few simple changes to your entryway, your home will be ready to welcome guests all winter long.
Share the warmth
This time of year, local non-profits host coat drives where participants donate old or outgrown gear. Consider cleaning out the coat closet while helping out a good cause and donate to St.John’s Episcopal Church or the Browse & Buy. Donating will warm your heart while clothing those most in need in our community!
Stop snow in its tracks
Wipe the snow and slush off your boots using a stylish new doormat. Stopping the dirt outdoors leads to less cleanup and entryway upkeep. While you’re at it consider adding a stool or bench near your doorway so guests can slide their boots off instead of tracking puddles through the house. Here are some of our favorites:
Savor scents of the season
Evergreen, cranberry, and warm spices wrap this season in memorable scents. Whether you choose a candle or diffuser, curate your selection to reflect the holiday decor and create a full sensory experience. This year, we’ll be testing stovetop potpourri as a natural and classic alternative!
Hang up and hang out
Keep necessities at hand while controlling clutter. Organize coats, scarves, and beanies with a catch-all basket and coat hook. Bonus: small gloves are harder to lose when they are given a home!
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