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Architectural Digest debuts its AD100 list for 2019.

These DIY gift tags are just about the cutest idea we’ve ever seen.

Tour a historic abode outside London that’s filled with collected British charm.

How design star Emily Henderson decorates her family home for the holidays.

Three natural, greenery-forward ways to set the holiday table.

Photo by Mark Weinberg.

Photo by Mark Weinberg.

What We’ve Been Up To… 

Every holiday celebration needs a fabulously festive signature cocktail, and we’ve gathered more than a few recipes that are guaranteed to get the party started (and keep it going well into the evening):

Try greeting guests with a cup of piping hot mulled wine to warm them up as they step in from the cold. Or opt for this potent punch, which needs at least a few days to steep and calls for four different spirits; it’s one of the South’s best-kept secrets. For something fruity and seasonal, this trio of apple-cider cocktails is certain to please. Still looking for more ideas? A pick from this collection of punch recipes should do the trick.

A Parting Piece of Knowledge… 

Nostalgia reigns over the holidays, which is perhaps why Spode’s Christmas Tree collection has been a top-seller since it debuted 80 years ago in 1938. Featuring a Christmas tree (of course) decked out in classic ornaments, the pattern is available in everything from dinner plates and coffee mugs to French presses and cookie jars.

Shop Spode’s Christmas Tree collection →

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