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GAYLORD TEXAN ARCTIC

ICE!’ IS BACK! GAYLORD TEXAN’S ARCTIC HOLIDAY TRADITION RETURNS AFTER TWO-YEAR HIATUS

Holiday Classic The Polar Express™ Told Through Ice Sculptures

Gaylord Texan Resort invites guests to “freeze the day” this Christmas as the hotel’s longtime holiday tradition, ICE!, returns Nov. 11, 2022 – Jan. 1, 2023 after a two-year hiatus.

Using more than 2 million pounds – or 1,000 tons – of ice, the holiday classic movie, The Polar Express, will be brought to life by a team of 40 ice artisans who work for approximately six weeks to create the nearly 17,000-square-foot, frozen attraction.

Starting with more than 6,700 massive ice blocks – created by three different ice manufacturers because of the sheer amount needed – carvers will tally more than 12,000 man-hours on the project. The artisans, using skills passed down from generation to generation, following a 300-page design book to create the spectacle. Ice carvings range in size from details as tiny as a coin to soaring scenes more than 30 feet tall.

The environment will be kept frozen by a state-of-the-art chilling system that maintains the temperature at a frosty 9 degrees Fahrenheit. And while the 9-degree temperatures turn ICE! into one of the coldest spots in Texas, guests experiencing the attraction will be provided Gaylord Texan’s signature blue parkas to keep them warm.

Colored ice (created by a chemist who mixes special food colorings to ensure sculptures maintain their bright colors the entire season), clear ice and LED lights are all used to create the display. Although this will be Gaylord Texan’s 15th time to present ICE!, this is the first time that The Polar Express™” has been featured at ICE! during the resort’s holiday celebration.

“We can’t wait for our guests to once again experience the magic and wonder of ICE! during this year’s Lone Star Christmas celebration,” said Chuck Pacioni, general manager of Gaylord Texan Resort. “Since debuting here in 2005, ICE! has always been a one-of-a-kind attraction for our guests, and we’re excited to welcome this Gaylord Hotels tradition back this year with The Polar Express™ and all the beloved characters from the classic holiday movie.”

Inside of the ICE! attraction, guests can also take rides down two-story-tall ice slides, traverse through ice tunnels and arches, and visit Carver’s Showcase to see live sculpting demonstrations. The ICE! experience concludes in a separate area dedicated to an awe-inspiring Nativity scene, meticulously carved and shaped in a dramatic display of crystal-clear ice.

The talented carvers that create this arctic artwork will travel more than 7,000 miles from their homes in Harbin, China, to Grapevine, Texas. Known as “Ice City,” Harbin is no stranger to elaborate ice carvings – it’s home to the world’s largest annual ice and snow sculpting festival in the world. At Gaylord Texan, some of the same artisans who create the Harbin festival will carve 300-pound blocks of ice into the larger-than-life, whimsical scenes. Carvers will use chisels, chippers, tongs, handsaws, grinders and even chainsaws to bring The Polar Express™ scenes and characters to life. The artisans from Harbin
have created ICE! for Gaylord Hotels for many years but haven’t been able to travel to the United States the past two holiday seasons because of international travel restrictions in place due to the pandemic.

There’s Snow Much More!

While ICE! is the signature attraction for the 2022 Christmas at Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas celebration, there are plenty more festive activities, events, attractions and dazzling decorations throughout the 125-acre resort. The entire resort
transforms into a holiday wonderland with more than 2 million lights, elaborately themed Christmas trees all throughout the
garden atrium and convention center, more than 15,000 ornaments, and miles of garland. Christmas shows and
activities are presented in the atrium, while parts of the convention center transform into Christmas Village, a bustling,
holiday hamlet with village storefronts.

Here’s a rundown of the events, live entertainment, hands-on activities, holiday meals, exciting attractions and notable news taking place this holiday season at Gaylord Texan:

Shows and Live Entertainment Highlight the Holidays

  • Yule Be Amazed

Get in the Christmas spirit at “Cirque: Winter Wonderland”. This action-packed fusion of theatre and cirque features high-flying stunts, acrobatic feats, jaw-dropping juggling, stunning contortion, and so much more.

  • Ready, Set, Glow!

The resort’s atrium comes alive each night and dazzles with thousands of dancing lights on a towering Christmas tree, synchronized to a high-energy soundtrack during the #LIT Light Show.

  • Merry & Light

This wonder of holiday magic and light conjures cozy feelings of Christmas with a sparkling array of larger-than-life décor and immersive state-of-the-art light elements. Guests will be wowed by an amazing wonderland of one-of-a-kind photo ops and memory-making moments melding modern technology with good ol’ fashioned holiday tradition.

Tons of Fun at Interactive Attractions

  • Make A Holiday Escape

Guests test their winter weather wits as they race against the clock inside the three exciting Escape Rooms. Families and friends can choose from “School’s Out! Holiday Breakout”, “It’s Showtime!”, or “The Holiday Heist”.

  • Race Down Snow Tubing Hill

Calling all thrill-seekers! Grab a tube and zoom down the two-story, eight-lane Snow Tubing hill covered in real snow.

  • Snow Much Fun

At Santa’s Snow Throw, guests can grab their very own bucket of real snowballs and take aim at interactive targets created by Santa’s Elves.

  • Take a Yuletide Glide

Enjoy a festive perfect day or evening at our 6,000-square-foot ice skating rink made with real ice.

  • Christmas Carousel

Get in the holiday spirit by taking a spin on this timeless, family-friendly ride. Enjoy endless fun with an unlimited ride ticket!

  • One-Stop Christmas Shop

Guests can make sure their Christmas shopping is complete at the Emporium in the Village. This festive store features wall-to-wall holiday gifts, collectibles, toys, plush, home décor, apparel, ornaments, branded merchandise and more.

Hands-On Fun This Holiday Season

  • Believe in Your Elf

Guests learn the secrets of being a part of “Team Santa” at the Elf Workshop. Santa’s top toymakers share the secrets of becoming one of St. Nick’s helpers as they create a special keepsake gift or craft to take home for someone special.

  • Make a Date to Decorate

In the Gingerbread Decorating Corner, guests let their Christmas creativity run wild while they adorn gingerbread treats. After they’ve reached confection perfection with their edible art, they can enjoy a sweet meet-and-greet and photograph with Nutmeg the Gingerbread Man.

  • A Very Beary Christmas!

In Christmas Village, guests can experience Build-A-Bear Workshop®. Guests make their own furry friend, take part in the iconic Heart Ceremony, and personalize them with seasonal outfits, accessories, sounds and scents.

More Décor Than Ever Before! Overnight Stays Sweeten the Holidays

  • A Tree-mendous Holiday

It’s beginning to look A LOT like Christmas! In all, there will be more than 2 million holiday lights sparkling at Gaylord Texan. More than 100 Christmas trees – with more than 15,000 ornaments – will be on display, including the centerpiece 54-foot-tall tree in the main atrium featuring a light show.

  • Rooms with a View

There’s never a better time than the holidays for guests to book a room with an upgraded atrium view. With balconies that overlook acres of Christmas décor, guests can immerse themselves in the festive surroundings.

There’s More in Store with Charlie Brown and Friends!

Your favorite Charlie Brown character and friends will be featured in two more holiday events at Gaylord Texan – a character dining experience and a family scavenger hunt.

  • Breakfast with Charlie Brown & Friends is a one-of-a-kind dining experience including a delicious breakfast to enjoy with friends and family. Afterward, take photos with your favorite members of the Peanuts gang like Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Snoopy!
  • Merry Snoopy Scavenger Hunt

Search high and low to help Snoopy deck his house out for the Dog House Decorating Competition in this fun scavenger hunt. Complete the quest to win a souvenir.

A Round of Applause for Santa

  • St. Nick Takes ‘Santa’ Stage

Guests can chat with the jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus, to make sure they’ve secured a spot on his prestigious Nice List. Santa will meet guests from Nov. 11 through Dec. 24, before he heads back to the North Pole for his gift-giving journey. Presented by DEI.

Enjoy Resort Amenities, Book Packages That Are Sure to Please

  • Packages and Tickets

Also being unwrapped this year: new Christmas at Gaylord Texan packages that include special room rates and admission to select events. Guests are encouraged to book their experiences early, as advance online reservations are required for all ticketed events. Admission is limited to many of the holiday experiences and showtimes. For tickets, more information, or to book an overnight stay, guests may visit ChristmasAtGaylordTexan.com.

illustration by Alex Bogdan for use by 360 magazine

Three Inexpensive Ways to Create a Modern Looking Home

We all want to have a home that is cosy and modern. The only thing that may keep us from pursuing our modernization project would be the thought of how much it would cost. After all, the beautiful homes and interior designs we see in magazines or our friends’ homes look expensive and, therefore, elusive. However, creating a modern-looking home does not need to cost an arm and a leg, as you may imagine. With your creativity and resourcefulness, you can have a place that looks exactly how you dreamed it would be. For instance, you can always find cheap fabric to make beautiful curtains and other DIY home decor projects that can enhance the look of your home.

Read on below to learn a few valuable tips on how to create a modern-looking home inexpensively.

  1. Wallpaper or repaint

Two of the best ways to modernize your home is to refresh its walls with a new coat of paint or wallpaper. Nonetheless, it is essential to pay attention to the colors you decide to use. It is best to repaint with lighter shades such as creams and pastels if you have smaller spaces. These colors will make the rooms look more expansive. Darker shades will only make small areas look even smaller. Regarding the wallpaper, it would be a better option to keep away from patterns that are too bright or have too many prints going on. Should you decide on this, you may want to confine it to one wall as a contrast. Busy patterns can also make a room appear cramped. You may also want to pay attention to your doors, repainting them in a complementing shade to give them a fresh appearance.

  1. Neaten the place

It is no secret that decluttering can instantly transform any home into an attractive and cosy place. If you have too many things occupying most of your space, your home will only look cluttered and uncomfortable to live in. Most modern homes are minimalistic, making them more spacious and airier. Keep your surfaces clear of unnecessary items and avoid overdoing the decor. Have a place for everything and keep everything in its proper place. Lastly, avoid overcrowding with furniture that you don’t need. You want to have space to move around, so it would be best to keep your floors clear.

  1. Add a touch of nature

Plants and flowers beautify any room you put them in. Their colors add life and make a home look pleasant and welcoming. More than that, plants are excellent air purifiers that help remove toxins from your indoor air. They can be included in any home’s room to enhance their look further and keep the air clean.

Your home is a reflection of your personality. The home environment can also affect your mood. Thus, it would be an excellent idea to do what you can to make it as attractive and comfortable as possible. Then, you can start your remodelling project without worrying about spending too much. These tips will help you achieve what you set out to do on a budget.

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KO Média – ELLE DECORATION CANADA

KO Média is excited to unveil the fall issue of ELLE Decoration Canada featuring a new way of imagining your dream home by designer Nicholas Ancerl. Crestwood, described as “a dramatic home among the treetops” of Barrie, Ontario, has yet to be built. Instead, it has been brought to life with 23 photo-realistic renders. “The contemporary interiors will have a rustic touch and a neutral colour palette,” Ancerl explains. “We want the colours of nature, seen through the expansive windows, to dominate the interiors.” When asked about setting expectations too high for homeowners with such stunning renders, the designer assures: “Nothing can take away from the experience of actually stepping into a real space.”

This edition is imbued with a desire to create bright, airy living spaces that are both functional and serene. Included are Toronto-based architect Anya Moryoussef’s transformation of a single-car garage into a modern workspace inspired by traditional Italian studiolos; a prefabricated house reimagined by architect Alain Carle to capture the natural play of light and shade throughout the day; an architectural firm’s ingenious use of every nook and cranny in a tiny Vancouver home brimming with joie de vivre; and wood-and-glass containers fashioned by a Montreal couple to give their Old Port loft structure without sacrificing any natural light.

In the spirit of the season, Athena Calderone, author of Cook Beautiful, shares recipes that capture the tones, textures and tastes of fall and tips for creating the ultimate autumn table settings. Readers will also find a curated list of outdoor armchairs, loungers and swings from which to soak up the sun, and patio heaters in all shapes and sizes for the chilly months to come.

We caught up with Quebec native Philippe Malouin, creator of the Hanger chair, to find out how he continues to keep things simple after being listed among the world’s 100 top designers by Architectural Digest. Designer Montana Labelle offers advice for combining elegance and simplicity from her newly opened Lifestyle Studio in Toronto; and Quebecer Danielle Carignan, a pioneer in the personal organizer profession, shares tips to declutter your space and your life.

And for those seeking an escape, this issue has everything from top coffee makers for a meditative morning routine; to a seaside hospitality complex in Iran that blends seamlessly into the blazing red, yellow and orange rock formations of Hormuz Island.

The fall issue of ELLE Decoration Canada will hit stands and Apple News+ today.

interior design illustration via Kaelen Felix for use by 360 Magazine

Home Decor Inspiration

Evesome’s Fall/Winter 2021 2022 Collection

Evesome’s Fall/Winter 2021 2022 collection features eye-catching decorations that are sure to compliment any space. The French boutique brand is designed in Paris and produced by artisans with an eye for detail. This lavish company invites luxury into your life with their newest look book. The colorful collection of both home goods and accessories makes for a vibrant, boho chic home display.

When entertaining, guests are sure to love lounging with Evesome’s ornamental tweed pillow. Dress up for the occasion with an elegant tweed coat, fuschia pink wrap scarf, or stylish pom-pom beanie. For everyday use, the company’s versatile totes and clutches are perfect for easy transport. To view all of Evesome’s products, please visit their website.

Evesome Fall Winter 2021 2022 look book featuring tweed pillow. Image via Vaughn Lowery for use by 360 Magazine

Viridian Bay Coastal Decor

Viridian Bay, an online home and garden decor company, celebrates coastal decor trends below that will give your home that beachy vibe. From candleholders and lanterns, to wind chimes and torches, there are so many ocean-themed decor options for both indoors and out. These laid-back, summertime interior design options will transform your home into an oceanic oasis.

Viridian Bay offers coastal creatures décor, featuring different creatures from the sea including octopuses, fish, sea urchins and starfish. The home and garden company also has ocean-themed lighting décor, such as a sandpiper lantern and seashell oil torches are a perfect way to add a soft glow to your outdoor living space. Not only sea-themed, but also useful and practical home details, try a pair of flip flop beach towel hooks, floating jellyfish bookends, or a shell-inspired hose holder.

Viridian Bay coastal decor image via Sharyn Frankel for use by 360 Magazine
home improvement illustration via Kaelen Felix for use by 360 Magazine

Popular Wall Art Types to Display in Your Home

By: Paul Williamson

Walls are the perfect way to harmoniously unite your interior while transforming the entire feel and tone of your home.

However, one issue many homeowners struggle with when it comes to decorating their walls is choosing the perfect wall art decoration. This is mainly because there are so many types, which makes people feel uncertain about which one will best fit into their decor.

To help you make the right decision, here is a brief list of the five most popular wall art types you can display in your home.

Canvas prints

If your home is decorated following a modern or traditional interior design style, canvas prints are an excellent choice. They are very versatile as they come in many sizes, colors and designs. You can easily match or contrast your canvas prints with the rest of your decor. You can hang canvas prints above the living room sofa or your bed to make them the focal point in the room.

Wall mirrors

Wall mirrors have recently become a very popular wall art decoration. A major reason is because they have the ability to reflect light, which helps increase brightness in the living space and widen even the smallest, darkest rooms in the house. They also come in many sizes, shapes and designs, and can be flawlessly incorporated into every room of your home.

Tapestries

If you are looking for an original wall art decoration, then tapestries are the perfect option for you. One of the reasons why people choose them to refresh their interior is because they can add art and color to a room without having to paint the walls. They are also available in any size and shape, and can be hung in many creative ways.

Hanging plants

If you want to avoid hanging traditional pieces of art, you have the option of decorating your walls with hanging plants. The best thing about this wall art type is that you can be innovative. You can make your own art display using plants and various colored flowers. You can also opt for multicolored plant pots to hang from rope or a wooden branch.

Lighting fixtures

Another less traditional wall art type you can opt for are lighting fixtures. You can find them in many sizes, shapes and styles. You can place lighting fixtures either next to or above another wall art decoration to illuminate it’s presence. Wall sconces are among the most popular types of lighting fixtures, of which you can easily incorporate into a living room gallery wall.

Final thoughts

Having a well-decorated wall is the perfect way to provide a homey finishing to your living space. It gives you the opportunity to make your home both polished and functional at the same time. In case you need inspiration, you can use our post as a reference to choose the most suitable wall art decoration for your interior.

interior design image by Kaelen Felix for use by 360 Magazine

Interior design illustration by Nicole salazar for 360 Magazine

SS21 INTERIOR TREND: BEIGE BALANCE

Over the next four weeks, Desenio will be launching its key trends for SS21. This week, Desenio is introducing Beige Balance, a trend that puts warmer hues in the spotlight. Welcome to the new neutrals: here are some tips for bringing the Beige Balance trend to life.

ELEGANT RETROSPECTION

“We’re seeing a new, elegant take on the warm neutrals trend, influenced by the 60s and 70s,” says Desenio’s Executive Creative Director, Annica Wallin.

The elegant aesthetics of the 60s and 70s are making a huge come-back. Juxtapose warm neutrals with dark brown or black accents to give definition. Consider incorporating vintage posters in your gallery wall to create a sophisticated tone.

MIX AND MATCH

“Layering cozy textures and different natural materials helps to create intrigue in an otherwise minimalistic home,” says Annica Wallin.

Minimalist interior trends in 2021 focus on pared-back spaces that are also cozy and inviting. Experiment by mixing textures and shapes that complement and contrast. Why not pair graphic art prints with curved statement-furniture, or offset cozy fabrics with wooden frames? Use your creative intuition to figure out what works for you.

RETREAT TO COMFORT

“Like never before, there’s a desire to create a cocoon in our home to retreat from the outside world,” says Annica Wallin.

The Beige Balance trend is all about creating a comforting environment to make you feel at your most peaceful, no matter what the world throws at you. Select prints featuring mindful quotations or zen photography so that you can truly enjoy your space.

To read more design content from 360 Magazine, check out this article on DIY interior design.

CORVETTE STINGRAY: THE MID-ENGINE REVOLUTION

Available May 19, 2020

The officially licensed Corvette Stingray: The Mid-Engine Revolution (Motorbooks, May 19, 2020) chronicles the full development story behind Chevrolet’s re-imagined sports car with an engaging, detailed text and photography from GM’s archives and Corvette team members. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the history, detailed, development, and technology of a modern-day supercar masterpiece.

Corvette is Chevrolet’s iconic performance car. Its importance to the brand cannot be overstated. Thus, each new generation is sweated by Chevy’s designers, engineers, marketing staff, and executives to ensure that it sets the bar higher than the preceding version.

With the eighth generation, Chevrolet has done more than raise the bar or move the goalpost—they’ve torn down the stadium and started from scratch. For the first time ever in a production version, the new Corvette features a mid-engine configuration. Though Corvette engineers have experimented with this engine placement over the past several decades, 2020 marks the first time GM has committed it to production cars.

Corvette already had prodigious power on tap, but its front-engine configuration put some limitations on its handling and traction. The new mid-engine Corvette eliminates any final performance barriers and takes the battle to supercar rivals like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren. Chevrolet has experimented with mid-engine platforms for its legendary sports car since the late 1950s—now it’s reality! Corvette Stingray: The Mid-Engine Revolution takes the reader from those early prototypes through the design and engineering process used to create today’s Corvette Stingray supercar. It’s the Corvette story all enthusiasts will want in their automotive library.

Book Specs
CORVETTE STINGRAY: THE MID-ENGINE REVOLUTION
Available May 19, 2020
Hardcover, 192 pages
ISBN: 9780760367438
Published by Motorbooks

Working as a Party Planner

If you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking about getting into party planning. Odds are, you’ve always been a great host or a “get this party started” kind of person and you’re wondering if you should turn it into a career. You might be pondering: what’s working as party planner actually like? Is it all fun and parties all of the time?

The truth is, every day is different. On the busiest of days, you’re in the office from the crack of dawn and out at parties and launches until late hours of the night. It can be exhausting at times, but the thrill of seeing your event come off just as you’d planned it is totally worth it. Then there’s more low-key days, of course. Like any job, there are good days and there are bad days, and a lot of it is hard work.

So, what’s it all like?

Non-event Days
As mentioned before, not every day as a party planner will be an event day. Weird to think about, but more often than not you’ll have a non-event day than a party day. Fortunately, not every day is as jam packed as the ones where you’re up early and out late. Still, a regular day has you busy with tasks.

Clients and Planning
On these days you’re probably touching base with a lot of your clients as well as going over details for events. There’s researching and sourcing, holding meetings with the clients, and scoping out venue requirements as well as caterers.

Creating themes, schedules, and count-down to-do lists are standard in the event-planning world. The planning of events basically comes down to minute details, so you have to be on top of all aspects of the event. It’s also incredibly useful look into coverages for your events. You never know when elements of an event or client will go downhill. Business insurance for party planners is an absolute must. That includes invitations, arrivals, catering, decoration, staffing, and so much more.

Correspondence
Then there’s other normal work stuff like e-mailing, figuring out contracts, and coordinating teams. Because you’ll probably be working on a few projects at once, upkeep of communication with clients is crucial. You’ll have to set aside some time every day or so to update clients.

Additionally, there’s the part of the job where you have to seek out new clients. You’ll need to prepare proposals for your potential clients and probably do some promotion and marketing as well.

Event Day
Once event day comes around, you’ll be working flat out from the crack of dawn to the end of night (or, depending on when the event ends). Event day includes:

• Arriving early.
• Setting up and ensuring vendors and contractors are set up.
• Confirming staff knows what to do to make sure the event runs smoothly.
• Helping attendees in arrival.
• Overseeing the schedule and troubleshooting problems that arise with a backup plan (Always be sure to have a back-up plan!)
• Evaluating the event based on attendees, those who’ve commissioned the party, and yourself. Learn from each event to do better at the next.
• Be professional and excited. It’s imperative to wear a smile on event day! Even if you’re not feeling it, fake it ‘til you make it.

Overall, being a party planner can be different depending on the day. What you can definitely expect in the short term is a lot of planning and correspondence. Non-event day hours can look much like standard 9-5 days, but there’ll be longer days leading up to an event day. You’ll have a relatively flexible schedule, with some weekend days.

If you’ve made it this far, it might be time to seriously consider this as a career. Not everyone is gifted with hosting capabilities. With being a party planner, you’ll have flexibility in your schedule and freedom to pull off amazing events. Just know that you have to be meticulous in your planning, stay up to date with correspondence, and don’t skimp on business insurance.

With any luck, you’ll parties will be the talk of the town!

Design Flow x Home Depot

Design Flow today announced the launch of their 100% sustainable Matrix Décor Screens in the U.S. at Home Depot in 60 stores in California and online. They are a major hit in Australia and the UK. DIY, designers, landscapers, contractors and home owners in the U.S. now have an instant option for privacy, screening, and decorating that benefit the planet.

“We are thrilled to partner with Home Depot to offer our line of Matrix Décor Screens here in the U.S.,” said Mark Found, Managing Director, Design Flow. “We believe that consumers in the U.S. will really enjoy the variety and versatility the Matrix Décor Screens offer, just like we have seen in Australia and the UK over the past few years.”

Made in Australia from recycled car bumpers and currency, Matrix Décor Screens bring a new level of design to any indoor setting and enhance any outdoor living space . Marrying 100% sustainability with beauty and function, Matrix Décor Screens are available in over 40 different designs and seven different sizes ranging from 2’x2’ to 4’x8’.

Rather than waiting years for a traditional planting to grow together or purchasing expensive laser cut metal or outdated wooden or vinyl lattice that damage the environment, Matrix Décor Screens provide immediate gratification as a ready-made solution for privacy and design and can be further enhanced with background or recessed lighting that:

  • Will not rot, rust, crack or fade
  • Do not need painting or contain harmful chemicals
  • Easy to maneuver, trim and install
  • Resistant to mold and insects
  • Covered by a 15 year structural warranty

Design trends come and go – but nothing delivers both function, style and sustainability like Matrix Décor Screens – a more modern yet elegantly purposeful design element that can be used indoors or outdoors for wall art, privacy screening or creating accent walls. Check out all the creative design possibilities on YouTube.

About Matrix Decor Screens

Headquartered in Carrum Downs, Victoria, Australia, Design Flow develops Matrix Decor Screens, a line of 100% sustainable decorative privacy panels and screens with a modern edge that are truly, well — groundbreaking — bringing a new level of design to any indoor setting or outdoor landscape.

With its variety of designs in multiple sizes, Matrix Décor Screens provide any home with style and privacy. An affordable alternative to laser cut metal which can cost hundreds of dollars and an upgrade from traditional plastic and wooden lattice, Matrix Decor Screens are currently available at Home Depot in 60 stores in California and online at.

Learn more on the Matrix Decor Screens website or join the conversation on Facebook or Instagram.