Holding a Family Reunion at Your Country Home

Posted by Piper Classics on July 8, 2015 at 11:30 AM

A family reunion can be fun and exciting. It’s a chance to reconnect with loved ones you haven’t seen in years or meet distant relatives for the first time. You’ll get to hear or tell funny stories, play games, and make memories.

Hosting the family reunion can be a different story: dozens of people coming to your house, some of them maybe staying over, all of them expecting to eat.

But it doesn’t have to be a headache, or at least not a big one. By working with your family to plan a gathering, it can bring everyone closer together. (Besides, we want to give you a chance to show off your country décor.)

Here are a few tips on how to plan, cook, and decorate for your next family reunion.

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Topics: Country Entertaining

5 Independence Day Country Décor Ideas

Posted by Piper Classics on June 25, 2015 at 10:30 AM

When Christmas comes, you put up some lights and decorate the tree.

When it’s Halloween, you hang fake cobwebs and turn your home into a haunted house.

When it’s the Fourth of July, you…put up a flag?

America’s birthday is almost here, and although it’s one of the more celebratory holidays on the calendar, your décor may not reflect that.

No one’s saying you need to go as big and bold as your town’s firework display, but there are a few touches you can add to get your home ready for July 4.

Here are a few simple tips collected from around the internet to have a simple, stylish Fourth of July.

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Topics: Americana

Not Your Mother's Country Decorating

Posted by Piper Classics on June 17, 2015 at 2:30 PM

There's a comfort in old things. Your worn-in sneakers fit better than your fancy dress shoes. Your neighborhood pizza place can be more relaxing than a hip, high-end restaurant. Sometimes you want an old Law & Order rerun instead of the latest watercooler addiction.

That desire for comfort and authenticity is at the heart of country decor.

A few branches down on country decor's family tree you'll find farmhouse decor, or farmhouse primitive, a simpler, less cluttered version of country. It is characterized by interiors with fewer nick-knacks, lighter, brighter colors, and more clean open space, combined with the rustic accents of traditional country. 

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Topics: Modern Country

A Country Pillow For Every Season

Posted by Piper Classics on June 11, 2015 at 2:00 PM

The seasons change quickly, and chances are you want your country décor to change with them. But you also may not have the time – or the money -- to do a major decorating overhaul every three months.

That’s where Piper Classic’s line of country pillows comes in. With the right mix of colors, fabrics and themes, pillows are an easy and low cost way to do seasonal country décor on a budget. In that respect, throw pillows can be the most important accessory you own.

Here’s how to make them work as the seasons change.

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Topics: country pillows

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