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How to Impress Your Guests This Festive Season

As the festive season rolls around, many of us are prepping the house in anticipation of visiting guests. Here are some tips to make you the host of the year!

1. A good host is a host who is always prepared

The best festive get together is spent bonding over food & drinks. Hence, be sure to stock up on a variety of drinks and cooking ingredients (especially since markets are unlikely to remain open during major festive days) so that you can whip up a good meal in a moment’s notice. Especially when guests rock up unannounced.

2. Decorate in moderation

Overpowering your living room with festive decorations can make your space feel closed in and less homey. Instead of overwhelming the entire living room with festive décor, identify liven selected sections with a few choice pieces. Remember, less is more!

3. Dress your coffee table

As guests take their seats in the living room, all eyes are undoubtedly surveying the coffee table. From your tablecloth, to the tidbits tray to the selection of cookies inside the jars, your guests will be inspecting it all. So, pay attention to all the details!

4. Give your living room the wow factor

What’s the one thing everyone shows off during the festive season? Their brand new TV unit.

Stay on top of the league with the sleek and luxurious Panasonic Viera 4K Ultra HD TV with astoundingly vivid picture quality. Furthermore, it offers a 178° viewing angle! This means, everyone gets to enjoy the show and there’s no need to race for the best seat in the house.

5. Relive memories together

Of course, when you get together with family and friends, it is the best time to take a walk down memory lane together to round up that fuzzy feeling of reuniting together. Just hook up your USB of picture albums to your TV and be transported back in time to the best shared memories together.

There you have it, simple ways to impress your guests during the festive season. Be warned though, your guests might enjoy your home so much that they refuse to leave. But hey, the festive season is best spent with the people who matter most right?