Not the party type? Too much effort? Find out today why you should not miss this opportunity! It’s not like a birthday that comes again every year. A house warming only happens every 5 to 8 years per family. It could be because you move into your new house, or maybe you have done major renovations and want to celebrate the end of the building process with your friends. It does not have to be expensive. It can be an informal sausage sizzle, or just cheese platters and a few bottles of wine. What’s important, is to get your family and friends over and have a party!

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WHEN SHOULD WE PARTY?

Do it as soon as possible after you moved in. Like in days or one or two weeks. At this stage, people will still expect a bit of chaos, unpacked boxes and you will not have to present a picture perfect home.

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FREE LABOUR

Still have a few boxes in the garage that need to be moved upstairs? Or maybe you want to try out different furniture layouts for your living area. What better time to move these items than when you have a few people over, ready to help and who still feel sorry for you being in this “overwhelming situation…” This works especially well if you have a case of beer close by.

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FREE DESIGN ADVISE

It is the perfect opportunity to “ask for advise” from all your friends on how you should place your furniture, paint the walls or do some extensions to your home. This is why it’s good to host a house warming before you have unpacked everything and before you have put your personal stamp on your home. Friends will still have the confidence to share ideas. Especially because most people believe they are decorators by heart…

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FREE GIFTS

It’s tradition to take a gift to a house warming. A new plant, some gadget for the kitchen, a cute ornament or just snacks or wine. I usually take potted herbs. If the host loves gardening, they can plant it. Otherwise they can at least use it in a few dishes when cooking.

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Okay, this blog was a bit tongue in the cheek, but seriously, it’s a good excuse to throw a party! Don’t wait till your home is perfect, use it as an excuse to just enjoy a wonderful evening with friends, celebrating your new home. It’s a great milestone, it needs to be celebrated!

Until next time,

eriana bredenhann interior designers hills district sydney

 

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