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Three Things Your Home Needs For Summer

It’s finally here! The best season of the entire year, well at least in my eyes. I love the warm sunny days of summer. The best feeling in the world is opening a window in my house, on a nice day and letting the summer breeze roll in. I especially adore summer for creating the perfect atmosphere for entertaining and hosting friends. A house filled to the brim with laughter and loved ones can really make a person feel like their living life to the fullest. With that being said, there are some home décor essentials I embrace during summer to help my house play the part. 


Cover up with style.

A glass cloche is a summer essential in my house. Glass food covers, like the ones from etúHOME, are great because they don’t sacrifice style for functionality. When you set your food outside, simply cover it up with the dome so that it’s safe and sound. I love placing fresh desserts underneath mine as well as a simple cheese spread or little appetizers. 


Embrace a summer fragrance.

With the change of the season, you should always switch out your candles so they correlate. The light and airy scents of the etúHOME Palermo, Aix en Provence and Budapest candle are perfect for the season. Just like opening a window and breathing in the fresh air of the season, these candles bring an entirely new experience into a room. The large etúHOME candles are aromatic and are great for filling a room without being overpowering. The best part, once your candle is gone, you are left with a small glass bowl you can use as décor later on.  


Clearly display flower arrangements.

I live for the fresh blooms that come with summer. You can practically find flowers in every room of my home this season. With beautiful flowers, a beautiful vessel to display them in matters. I tend to lean towards the beautiful appeal of recycled glass vases and mason jars for an amazing display or stand-alone vase. With etúHOME’s wide selection of colors and varieties, you can’t really go wrong.

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