5 Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day

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It’s that time of the year again to celebrate love and friendships. We’re talking about Galentine’s Day, of course! Whether you’re keeping it low-key or making a day of it, we’ve put together a list of five ways to celebrate the day in the comfort of your own home. We got you covered to be the hostess with the mostest. 

Movie Marathon

Who doesn’t love a good movie marathon? Text all your gal pals and ask for their recommendations of which guilty pleasure rom-coms you should all tune into. Then, turn your home into the ultimate mini-movie theater by hanging string lights, scattering accent pillows around and of course, keep it cozy with blankets! No expensive movie ticket required. 

Outfit + food suggestion: Your favorite pair of PJs and popcorn! (Extra butter, please) 

Crafts Day

Remember when you were a kid and how happy you were to create something so artistic? Let your creative flag fly with a day of arts and crafts. Capture your memories and put together that scrapbook you’ve put off for so long or better yet, test out your green thumb and create your own terrarium. 

Outfit + food suggestion:  Let your outfit be as colorful as the work you’re about to create. From the neon green to the radiant pink, no color is ever too much. 

Self-Care Night

We all know how important self-care is. Rally up the girls and pamper yourselves, you deserve it! While a good face mask is important, a good scented candle can set the relaxing mood. Whatever self-care means to you, today is that day to do it with friends!

Outfit + food suggestion: Sweats, slips, robes, you name it. Think of anything that makes you say, “Ah” and feeling the most relaxed to help you kick off self-care night! As for food, might we suggest a good charcuterie board? Yes, please.  

Mimosa Brunch

Save money by skipping the restaurant and host a brunch at home instead! Enjoy good food with good company while pouring the bottomless mimosas. Guaranteed always a good time. 

Outfit + food suggestion: Don’t save that amazing #OOTD you would’ve worn outdoors! Rock your best #PoshStyle and create your own photoshoot at home. Top it off with all the best brunch dishes, eggs benedict and mimosas anyone?  

Bake Off

Being a #PoshBoss is great but now it’s time to find the next Cake Boss. Whether you’re a fan of baking or you just love sweets, host a friendly competition in your kitchen to find the winner of the Great Posher Bake Off. But let’s be honest, we’re all winners here. 

Outfit suggestion: Channel your inner baker but make sure to wear clothing that you won’t have a hard time moving around in. You need to make sure you can get easily make your way to the oven to the sink in less than a few seconds! It is a bake off, remember?

Hosting a Galentine’s Day celebration? Tune into our Galentine’s Posh Party Livestream to close out that night on Facebook Live! See you there.

12 Simple Ways to Get Your Home Holiday-Ready

There’s truly no better place like home for the holidays. Get ready to transition your Posh Home with our top 12 holiday essentials. Use this easy guide to make your home merrier with ornaments, stockings, holiday wreaths, Hanukkah decor, and much more!

POSH TIP: Get creative with your ornaments by simply placing ornaments in a large bowl. Make the bowl really stand out by including some ribbon or pinecones.

POSH TIP: Traditionally wreaths are known to hang on doors, this year incorporate them in your home as table centerpieces to give your tablescape the perfect holiday touch.

POSH TIP: If you’re going for a more minimalistic look this holiday season then incorporate neutral stockings! And if you’re going all out with your stockings this year monogram them with each family member’s name!

Posh Tip: How to Take Your Home Covershots to the Next Level

Covershots are a first impression of your closet and style because they’re the first thing a buyer sees as they’re scrolling through Poshmark. Set your Posh Home Covershots apart from the rest by following this simple guide that will have you leveling up your Covershots in no time.


Lighting

Do take advantage of the natural light in your home! Open up all the curtains or blinds and let that natural shine through. This will make your Covershot come to life. Lacking the natural light? Try out a ring light to get that light just right.

Don’t take photos in dark areas that will create shadows on your listings.

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Do get creative and use home decor like plants, coffee table books, etc. to make the shot feel homier and show how the pieces fit into a larger space. 

Don’t overcrowd your Covershot. Although adding additional decor to your Covershot makes it more visually appealing, make sure you aren’t overcrowding an image with too many items that will make the buyer do guesswork on what’s actually for sale.

Styling

Do style your items. For a Home listing, similar to clothing, buyers look to sellers for inspiration on how to style, and giving a glimpse of what an item looks like in your home will do just the trick. Have fun with styling your item and be sure to include detailed shots of the item itself.

Don’t leave room for imagination. This photo is great as an additional detail shot, but there’s nothing in this photo that gives reference to the pillow’s size. Help your potential buyers envision how they can see this in their home with your Covershot.

Editing

Do use minimal editing on your Home listings. If your space was too dark make sure to bring up the brightness and make that photo Covershot-worthy.

Don’t use harsh filters on your images that could misrepresent the item you’re selling.

Listing

Do get descriptive with your listings. When crafting a description, think about how you would describe the item if your buyer couldn’t see it. Posh Tip: when your listing’s description contains more than 100 words, the likelihood of a sale increases by 40%.

Don’t write a five-word or less description. Add ideas on how you’d style the item, or share a personal anecdote about it. Poshmark is inherently social and adding these details will build a stronger connection between you and your buyers.

Introducing: The Seasonal Decor Market

Introducing the Seasonal Decor Market—your destination for year-round holiday decor. Switch to this NEW Market to connect with Poshers who love seasonal accents and discover unique pieces to add to your space. Dress up your home for fall with these festive favorites. 

Celebrate every season in style—switch to this Market by tapping the menu on the top left!
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Your Go-To Home Style Glossary

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With the exciting addition of Home on Poshmark, amazing finds transcend the closet and now can make their way to your living spaces. This guide dives into popular interior design styles to help you add some HGTV-worthy flair to your listing descriptions and define the styles you love to make shopping for home on Poshmark that much easier. 

Boho

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Riffing off a bohemian interior design style means creating a personalized and bold atmosphere. The word ‘bohemian’ refers to a socially unconventional person who is often involved in the arts. This style captures visuals and combines them with a relaxed spirit.

Defining characteristics:
Textures, creative art paintings, rustic finishes, global accents,  bold colors and patterns

Must-have pieces:  Textured pillows, candle lanterns, patterned sofas, woven chairs, wood accents, vintage rugs, lanterns, tapestries, floor lamps, floor pillows, and pouf ottomans

Coastal

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Whether you live near the coast or just daydream about ocean breezes coming through your window, there is nothing like an airy neutral to give you that beachside bungalow coastal feel.

Defining characteristics:
Neutral color schemes, stripes, hints of blue, woven wicker, indigo tones, seashell or mother of pearl accents

Must-have pieces: Neutral sofas, neutral linens, blue throw pillows, wicker accents, sheer curtains, wall art, nautical-inspired art

Contemporary

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Looking for bold meets minimal? Then contemporary is meant for you. Contemporary spaces are a combination of modern and minimalist styles. These spaces have clean lines and strong shapes. 

Defining characteristics: Clean lines, minimal adornment, high contrast and neutral color schemes, open floor plan, bold accents and hues, polished fixtures, sculptural shapes

Must-have pieces: Globe pendant lighting, concrete coffee tables, touches of greenery, glass vases, contemporary artwork, printed pillows

Farmhouse

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Farmhouse decor style is known for its appreciation for historic and vintage American times. Set the tone with neutral color palettes, weathered furniture, and industrial accents.

Defining characteristics: Reclaimed wood, open shelves, farmhouse tables, antique wall decor, weathered frames, industrial metal

Must-have pieces: Slipcovered chairs, pottery, vintage rugs, wicker baskets, mason jars, reclaimed wood decor, fresh flowers, antique wall clocks

Glam

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When it comes to glam, the more sophisticated and glamorous the better! Each piece of decor and furniture feels elevated and luxurious. With pops of bold gold finishes and luxe materials, these spaces will have you feeling glam.

Defining characteristics: Contrasting colors, chandeliers, wallpaper, velvet fabrics, dramatic crown moulding, high ceilings, polished wood and chrome

Must-have pieces: Starburst mirrors, gold accents, patterned headboard, gold throw pillows, geometric rugs, large mirrors, curved couch, chrome bar cart

Industrial

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Industrial interiors give off a raw sophisticated edge. This design style embodies a utilitarian appeal; think exposed materials and dark tones.

Defining characteristics: Worn leather, exposed brick, metal, concrete flooring, exposed pipework, dark tones

Must-have pieces: Leather couch, edgy art, scented candles, exposed metal lamps, dark rug, black and white photos, old road signs

Mid-century Modern

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Mid-century modern pays tribute to clean lines, bright colors, and geometric patterns. The furniture from this design era is best characterized by an Eames-style chair.

Defining characteristics:
Eames-style furniture, geometric patterns, clean lines, natural wood, graphic patterns, bold colors 

Must-have pieces: Tulip table, coffee table books, gold accents, egg chair, graphic posters, minimal greenery, magazines

Minimalist

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Less is always more with a minimalist interior style. Set the perfect minimalist feel with clean lines and monochromatic tones.

Defining characteristics:
Open floor plan, neutral surfaces, white walls, touches of wood

Must-have pieces: Black and white art, bright greenery, coffee tables, simple rugs, coffee table books, monochromatic throw pillows, wood accents

Modern

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Modern style looks to clean lines, strong architecture, and minimal feel for its definition. Elevate your home with a modern crisp look that will leave you and your guests in awe. 

Defining characteristics: Neutral colors, flat surfaces, minimal texture, strong lines, warm textures, sleek silhouettes

Must-have pieces: Streamlined couch, womb chairs, bright throw pillows, wall mirrors, geometric lighting, modern artwork or photography, sculptural wood, ceramic pieces, neutral rugs with texture

Rustic

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A rustic style takes on the rugged feel of a cozy cabin connecting to a reminiscent past and nature. Bring in that natural beauty with weathered materials, earthy tones and textured fabrics.  

Defining characteristics: Finished wood, distressed metal, exposed wood, rough-hewn beams, weathered material, warm earthy colors

Must-have pieces:
Candle lanterns, pottery, quilts, antlers, cow-hide rugs, pottery exposed metal decor, textured rugs

Scandinavian

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With Scandinavian style, it’s all about combining the modern aesthetic style in combination with a refreshing take on minimalism. Keep it real simple with bright whites, light-colored wood in tables and furniture legs to give it that airy feeling.

Defining characteristics: Open spaces, neutral upholsteries, light and bright white walls, organic shapes

Must-have pieces: Neutral throw pillows, throw blankets, wood accents, minimal art pieces, bentwood ottoman, minimal accents, wool rugs, green plants, knitted throw, sculptural candlesticks

Shabby Chic

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Shabby chic decor is all about making it personal, relaxed and effortless. When it comes to making your home shabby chic make sure you let your imagination run free by incorporating a variety of art and mismatched decor.

Defining characteristics: Floral patterns, pastels, mismatched pieces, whitewashed wood, comfortable fabrics, weathered wood

Must-have pieces: Knit throw blanket, slipcovered sofa, vintage coffee table books, vintage rugs, picture frames, tufted ottomans, leather chairs

Traditional

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From antique furnishings to artful accessories you can never go wrong with the classic traditional home design. Give your space that timeless look with traditional furniture, framed art, and oriental rugs.

Defining characteristics: Curved lines, ceiling moldings, antique chandeliers, detailed work, textured surfaces, refined furnishings

Must-have pieces: Linen drapery, wood chairs, tile flooring, overstuffed couch, coffee table, vases, antique furnishes, skirted pieces, old-fashioned sofa

 

Transitional

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A transitional style takes on the traditional design framework and mixes it with contemporary. This style combines the elegance and harmony with simple silhouettes and neutral flooring. 

Defining characteristics: Textural touches, clean lines, toned-down color palettes, rich woods, silver metalwork, warm neutrals, neutral flooring, minimal accents

Must-have pieces: Silver accents, simple chandelier, accent lamp, abstract art, neutral throw pillows, neutral throw blankets, hide rug, potted orchids, cashmere throw, contemporary artwork, glass lamps