his time of year calls for beautiful autumn weather, wonderful times with friends and family, and a delicious spread of food. An entire day of cooking and spending time with loved ones provides a great experience for all. So, take your holiday to the next level with Splacer’s favorite picks
This stunning San Francisco space features a modern chic California style. Vibrant colors and features of the venue make it extremely unique – a garden room, for example, contains a garage door that makes for a fluid indoor/outdoor experience. Indoor swings at the end of a kitchen island are an awesome, fun addition for guests of all ages. Beautiful, scenic views and ample room for lots of guests provide the perfect setting.
Our townhouse combines both rustic and urban elements, giving the space a really interesting vibe. With creative additions, such as an antler chandelier, a Native American tapestry, and exposed brick, the juxtaposition of urban and rural is incredible. The house feels like a cabin, yet resides in the middle of Brooklyn. If you want to escape the city streets, come hang out in this wondrous space.
Choose a tasting or barrel room for your holiday celebration. Wooden barrels and expansive tables serve as interesting decor, and can be customized and shifted to fit your event’s needs. While you’re enjoying your meal, sample the wines produced in-house for an unparalleled experience.
The parlor floor of this beautiful brownstone is like no other. With room for speakers, exquisite wall detailing, eclectic art pieces, vibrant rugs, and so on, this space makes for an unforgettable event. Neutral colors on all walls allow for giant chandeliers and other dramatic pieces to shine.
This space is so cool – every room of the home features at least one full wall of glass. Nestled on a little hill, the house is surrounded by gorgeous grounds. A built-in pool, a gazebo, several patios, and an expansive lawn all add to its mysterious charm. Around Thanksgiving, vividly-colored leaves are scattered throughout the lawn, providing great natural scenery.
Words by Katie Roscoe