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Great Savings on Home D├ęcor this Holiday Season

I love shopping a lot & with every festive season I’m all geared up to start my shopping. As I have professional commitments I hardly have time to visit malls and stores to buy home furnishings. So, I decided to look for options online. While looking for great collection, I found Gilt.com. The site immediately captured my attention. They almost have everything you need to add charm, comfort and colors to your house.

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I was excited to see their home utility section. The collection was simply awesome. I ordered for Alliyah Hand-tufted rug, lasagna Pan, blue saucepan with cover, and duvet set For quite a while I was looking for floor lamp to add to my living room. Thankfully, I found Adams floor lamp to set the mood for a perfect get together evening.

While I was browsing the home category I found interesting and unique holiday decor ideas and pieces to style the foyer. I added Christmas deer globe orn, origami polar bear ornament, small penguin with head up, red silk palliates stocking and white pinecone four votive holders. For Foyer I ordered the Pine Juniper Wreath and Joy tabletop decor.

I checked their collection for men, women and kids and it was quite affordable. They feature jewelry, handbags, watch and beauty and health products to choose from. I even added some toys for my little one.

They have the best of cars model to choose from.

After I had added all the items to the cart, I checked my favorite coupon site LavishCoupons.com! I found a number of coupons like 70% off + Free shipping on selected purchases and flat rate shipping coupons. You will surely be able to save hundreds of dollars at any occasions with this exclusive coupon code website.

Who is home

Based on the article of Time magazine, Canadian edition, who’s home.
In US, large families are vanishing: only 10% of U.S. households have five or more people. In 1970, 21% did.
One third of households have just two people( that includes older couples whose children are grown.)
More than 37 milliion Americans are older than 65. Among those 65 to 74, 1 in 4 is still working.
In the household which is married couples with children. 64% are both parents work, 30% are husban works only, 4% are wife works only.
In the household which is single parents, say single mother, 62% working, 15% not working. For single father, 21% working, 2% not working.
Let’s see more data.
There are 24.2 milliion households which are married couples with children under 18.
8 million – unmarried, no children.
31.4 millioin – married couples, no children at home.
11 million – unmarried, with children under 18.
37 million – nonfamily households, a person living alone, unrelated people living together or people in group settings.

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