Incorporating Fiesta Into Your Home Decor

Savvy Media is proud to partner with San Antonio based decorators, Cheryl Green and Theresa Naramore of Twin Sisters Interiors .  In this video blog, Twin Sisters Interiors share festive tips on how to incorporate a little Fiesta into our homes.

Fiesta graphic for video

It can be said that in San Antonio, Texas there are five seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter, and Fiesta.

We celebrate it, take off of school and work for it, and of course, decorate for it.

Yes, “Viva Fiesta” echos throughout the South Texas city each April as family, friends, and many visitors come together to Fiesta – or basically, party – for nearly two weeks.  Fiesta-themed events are held all over town.

So why not Viva Fiesta inside your home as well?

Whether it’s for a party or just seasonal decor, bringing a little Fiesta into your home can be simple, festive, and a lot of fun.

“Consider every room your guests will be using at your home and add just a touch of Fiesta to it, ” says interior decorator, Cheryl Green of Twin Sisters Interiors.

In today’s video blog I talk with Cheryl, and her twin sister, Theresa, as they show me several easy decorating tips to incorporate a little Fiesta into our homes.  Take a look.


Cheryl and Theresa purchased the metal bucket and wooden crate seen in this blog at Michael’s.  The Fiesta hats, runner, tins and everything else Fiesta-themed they picked up at Amol’s party supply.  The paintings displayed on the mantle and outdoor kitchen were painted by Cheryl Green.  Wreaths by Josie Tober wreaths (on facebook).

Also! We have a giveaway opportunity coming up tomorrow on Twin Sisters Interiors facebook page!  Follow them … and you could win one of the decor items seen in the blog!






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