Image of four friends sitting on a black and white plaid couch laughing over drinks.

Host a Housewarming Party

Throwing a housewarming party? Invite your friends over and start creating memories. Right after you give them “the tour,” of course. Look below to see how our housewarming went!

Photo collage of a couple having a housewarming party in thier living room.
Woman Wearing White Long-Sleeved Shirt And Gray Pants Collage
Picture of a bright yellow pillow and a black and white zig zag pillow on a white couch.

Go light for warmth. Go bright for energy. And remember, next to black-and-white accents, small pops of color go a long way.

Two rugs one blue with large white and gray diamond shapes and one gray with black rectangles decorating it.

A cozy home starts at ground level. So, try a patterned rug with neutral colors and rich textures.

A black clock with white roman numerals.
Woman Wearing White Long-Sleeved Shirt And Gray Pants Collage
Blue jar lamp with white and blue lamp shade.
A thick black framed mirror hanging on a white wall.

Rustic touches make your space feel inviting. Instantly. Like a shiplap clock, vase with metal handles or fir-framed mirror.

Two women talking behind a large white dining table covered with plates and food.

Smart Setup

Buffet-style dining? Yes, please. It lets your guests eat at their own pace. And keep coming back for more.

Photo collage of a couple setting up for their housewarming party.
A black wooden chair
A round sheer light fixture

For subtle farmhouse style, think antiqued woods and distressed metals. They give a lived-in look that adds warmth to new homes.

A stack of plaid, red, and white plates that reads farm to table on the top plate.

Why not provide plate options? That way, guests can grab the one that suits their appetite. Or personality.

A cream colored table runner on a white table.
A black and white checkered napkin.
Several blue and beige roaster figurines in a row.
A picture of a framed wall hanging that reads Bless the food before us the family beside us and the love between us.

You know “farm charm” when you see it. Gingham napkins. Hand-painted hens. A heartfelt message. It’s all in the details.

How’d your housewarming party go? Show us with #Pier1Love.

Assorted images of dining products

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