I love travel posters and have decorated my home with them for years. Each time I go somewhere, I usually try and pick up a travel poster. My preference is
Synagogues and other public Jewish spaces often have clever, built-in Jewish motifs worked into things like iron gates, windows, panelling, etc. but rarely do you see that kind of thought put
Long-time readers know I’m big on trolling the after Christmas sales in search of bargains and new items to add to my Hanukkah decor stash (and for Jewish occasions all year round).
Yep, it’s finally done. My dining room redecorating nightmare is over. You’ll remember I started this project in February and I was hoping to get it finished before Passover. It
In addition to my dining room (which I will be revealing shortly), I have also recently redecorated my dinette. Located at one end of my kitchen and bounded by three walls,
Although there is a Christmas song that says it is “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” in fact, AFTER Christmas for me is the most wonderful time because of sales!
Because I don’t host Thanksgiving, I had the opportunity to spend the day doing a little holiday decorating since Hanukkah was only a week-and-a-half away at that point. With my husband
A hamsa is an amulet shaped as an open palm, often interpreted in Judaism as the hand of G-d or Miriam. It is an ancient symbol, predating Judaism, and is
There are so many lovely physical ritual objects that are used in Jewish weddings, it seems a shame to put them in a closet at the end of the ceremony.