As we stare down the barrel of the holidays, we’ve come to realize just how different things are going to look this year. We anticipate a lot less people traveling cross-country to be with family and loved ones and sitting at a table of 20+ smiling faces.
Which is why we concocted a Multi-Home Holiday package! So despite being under separate roofs across different time zones, you and your loved ones can all be sitting down to the same table.
All one needs to do is email our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org with the individual addresses you wish to send a tablescape to and the number of people at each address. Then choose a look to send out and … voila! Everyone can gather at the “same” table and play a game or two over Zoom — yes, Zoom is highly encouraged for these fun moments!
And yes, there are benefits to #settingthetable in multiple homes across the country…
Seeing how each of them styled the same look a different way in their respective homes was an immediate conversation starter and ice breaker to those awkward Zoom Dinner Party moments, take a look…
“The Multi-Home experience felt like we were all sitting around the same dinner table and not each in our own homes!”
“We’ve hosted Thanksgivings in the East Village for 10 years now and it’s our favorite holiday. Each year, I obsesses over theme, styling the table and games while Kris mans the kitchen. 2020 is the ultimate surprise and delight moment to gather our crew with a Multi-Home celebration, table top and all … with Clu manning the Zoom deets.”
“I have a BIG family and being together during the holidays is really important to us. We plan on having a FaceTime Thanksgiving this year, and even though we’ll each be in our own homes, having the same menu and table set up is a special way to make us feel like we’re together.”
“I’m the only member of my extended family who doesn’t live somewhere in Los Angeles County. Yes, we should be part of the LA tourism board. But because of my remote location in the East Village, I will take any excuse to feel like I’m at my mom’s dinning room table, outwardly annoyed at how fancy she has made it even though we’re just eating soup, but inwardly so happy to be taken care of.“