Happy Presidentsâ€™ Day, everyone. If your pad is decidedly lacking in presidential representation, consider adding some with any of these fun and very unimpeachable items.
The eagle: beloved national bird of presidents past and present. This brass eagle has great potential as wall flare. $58.99.
29" Wall Eagle in Antique Brass, $58.99
Today is also George Washingtonâ€™s birthday. This Washington bust would make a regal bookend. $18.95.
Sale- George Washington Bust, $18.95
Let Honest Abe keep watch over you with this nifty replica painting. $199.
President Abraham Lincoln: Classic Art Reproduction, $199
Make use of these placemats and youâ€™ll never again forget that Millard Fillmore was actually a president (1850-1853). $54 for a set of four.
Our Nations Presidents Set of Four Placemats by Simrin, $54
Like Bill, this corkscrew may not be entirely classy, but boy, it sure is charming.
CSB Bill Clinton Corkscrew, $18.24
Stick this life-sized cardboard Reagan in a corner the next time you throw a party and heâ€™ll have your guests a-chattering in no time. He was â€œThe Great Communicatorâ€ after all. $34.99.
President Ronald Reagan Life-Size Cardboard Stand-Up, $34.99
If you’re entertaining then you know what a money pit the holidays can be. Why not try something wild for your holiday party for $29 including s/h. This 20 minute DVD promises to “take you through the entire color spectrum.” Literally.
Color Light DVD by kyouei co ltd, japan
Since Halloween is just around the corner, I thought I’d feature a few frugal decorating ideas for entertaining. These pieces can be kept out for the Fall, and they’re cool enough to be used year round!
Bone Collector Candy Dish from Target, $19.99
Bone Chillers Ice Cube Tray from Exit9 in NYC, $9
Spider Wine Stopper, $2.69. Pick them up at Target and display them on a few bottles at your table!
Faux Wood Skull Clock looks like an expensive vintage mantel clock, $34.95
Own your very own mini "Damien Hirst" for only $24.95!
And here are some ideas for displaying pumpkins, for diy tips go to Country Living and Martha Stewart Halloween Central!