Home for the Holidays Dish and Design showcases gifts and more

It was fitting that Homestyle readers tuned into the latest Dish and Design virtually from home once again, because the latest installment of the decor and hosting event was all about entertaining en casa. 

The presentations, hosted by Homestyle columnist Maureen Feighan, kicked off with some ideas from local interior design blogger Haneen Matt from Canton Township. 

“Haneen’s home is like her palette,” said Feighan, introducing the mom of four who has been featured in Homestyle as well as Better Homes and Gardens. She showed the virtual audience of more than 150 how to deck out their fireplace area for the winter season. 

Haneen Matt, an interior design blogger based in Canton, talks about her design inspirations as she demonstrates holiday decor.

Matt demonstrated how she crafted some greenery with silver and gold ornaments above a mirror using chicken wire as a base and securing the decorations with zip ties. 

“The more variety you use the more real it looks, in my opinion,” she said of faux greenery. She was working with a round mirror from Anthropologie, garland from Kirkland and decorations were from At Home and Hobby Lobby. “I love mixing high and low … I go all over the place.”

Debbie A. Cunningham

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