March To The Beat Of Your Own Little Drummer Boy

Christmas Tree

Halloween? Over.

Thanksgiving? Done.

But with Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us, it’s batten down the hatches, full steam ahead.

Christmas. Coming.

With that most festive season of the year now in our sights, it’s time for our annual blog post that serves to showcase our Christmas furniture and décor items.

With more than two dozen holiday-themed 3D objects waiting to be placed in your favorite Egowall living space(s), we know there is something in this list that you will like:

Royal Guard Nutcracker

Christmas Trees (2): Green (unflocked) and White (flocked)

Gift Boxes (3): Green, Red, and White Snowflake designs

Glass Bowl (1): Holiday motif with a seasonal inscription

Nutcrackers (6): Nutcracker, Royal Guard Nutcracker and Drummer Nutcracker (large and small variants of each style)

Ornaments (6): Green Decorative, Red Snowflake, and Plastic Silver (both small tree ornaments and large yard ornaments of each style)

Poinsettia (2): Red Leaves with Red Bow and White Leaves with Green Bow

Green Steel Runner Sled

Reindeer (1): Wooden

Santa Sleigh (1): Wooden

Sleds (2): Green Steel Runner and Antique Wooden

Stockings (6): Red, Candy Cane, Santa, Snowflake, Snowman and Striped

Several of these Christmas objects can be seen above and at right. Click on any one of them to get an expanded view.

To see these items in use - along with the other holidays items not pictured here - please log in to Egowall and visit our Christmas Ornament Showcase space, seen below.

Interior of Christmas Ornament Showcase Space

Interior of Christmas Ornament Showcase Space

There's still time in this holiday season for you to decorate your living space(s) with some Christmas cheer to beautify your virtual home(s) during this most wonderful time of the year.

Tell YOUR holiday story by marching to the beat of your own little drummer boy.

And after you're done, be sure to share your spaces with your friends, family and colleagues here and on Facebook and Twitter.

Sign up for a free account and Be the Real You™, now and at all times of the year.

🎄 Happy Holidays 🎅 from all of us at Egowall.

It’s Halloween. Everyone's Entitled to One Good Scare.

Just like clockwork, October is here and the rest of the holiday season is just ahead.

Let’s ignore the presence of Christmas decorations in some of our finer retail establishments and focus on the first of the trinity of upcoming American holidays.

You may be seeing Halloween decorations out and about in your neighborhoods, and they’re sure to increase in number as we get closer to the end of the month.

This is the only time of year when neighbors proudly display pumpkins, skeletons, tombstones, spiders and (especially) cobwebs. Maybe you’ve already dressed up your own home for the occasion.

Coffin

Did you know that you can do the same thing in Egowall?

We have more than fifteen assets for you to add fun seasonal décor to any of your living space(s).

Jack-O-Lantern - Scary

The available Halloween-themed objects - several of which are shown at right (click any of them for a larger view) - are:

  • Candy Bowl

  • Cemetery Gates

  • Coffin

  • Flying Bat

  • Hanging Bat

  • Swooping Bat

  • Scary Black Cat

  • Standing Black Cat

  • Happy Jack-O'-Lantern

  • Sad Jack-O'-Lantern

  • Scary Jack-O'-Lantern

  • Tombstone - Crumbling

  • Tombstone - RIP

  • Tombstone - Skull & Crossbones

  • Web Floor Mat - Large

  • Web Floor Mat - Small

  • Web Floor Rug

To see photos of the rest of our spooky assets, check out our Instagram feed or our Facebook page.

Tombstone - Skull and Crossbones

In the game itself, you'll locate these holiday objects in the "Miscellaneous" section of the Furniture shopping category for each applicable living space style.

Add one or all of them to your inventory and use them to boo-tify your living space(s) for the season.

After you've done that, we'd like to see what you come up with. Share your favorite sites here in the comments.

Whether you are going to a costume party or staying home to dole out too much candy to trick-or-treaters, we hope you have a fangtastic holiday.

And don't forget to #BeTheRealBoo at all times.

And if you happen to live in Haddonfield, please be very careful.

Make Your Rooms Smile and Create Fantasy

During our time together in this blog we have primarily focused on discussions about

Photo by Kaboompics.com from    Pexels

Photo by Kaboompics.com from Pexels

  1. the living spaces available for purchase,

  2. the furniture items that you can use to decorate the rooms in those spaces, and

  3. the ways that you can manage your favorite photos and other digital assets for displaying them in those rooms.

Furniture fills most of the space in any room - real or virtual. So it stands to reason that there are more furniture items available in the game than any other digital objects.

But a room has to have more to really be - and look - complete. It needs small items spread about to add flavor, warmth, and personality.

That’s a group of furniture items that we don’t think we’ve paid quite enough attention to before now.

So let’s take care of that.


Our furniture catalog includes more than 70 decor items spread across multiple styles, including holiday-themed items for Halloween and Christmas.

Recently, we featured a sampling these items in our daily Instagram feed. We wanted to share a few of our them with you here as well so you can get a look at them.

Once you’ve seen them - and they look great within the game as well - you can get a sense of how you might use them to enhance one (or more) of your living spaces.

Click on any of the panels in the gallery below to see a larger version of the image.

Then visit us at www.egowall.com to get and use them for yourself. 

BTW, the title for this post is adapted from a quote by Juan Montoya, the famous Colombian-born architect who specializes in residential interior design.

The full text of the quote: “A room should never allow the eye to settle in one place. It should smile at you and create fantasy.”

 So very true.