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The New Years Eve hosting hack every household needs to bring in 2024

by LLP Reporter
19th Dec 23 11:44 am

It’s that special time of year once again – the skies are set to light up with bright bursts of joyful colour as we all gather to celebrate New Years Eve.

Deliciously toasted marshmallows, fun family games, sparklers, and hearty food are all on the cards. But, if you are looking to celebrate more intimately at home this year, why not create your own chic yet safe bonfire alternative?

Harbour Lifestyle, the luxury and exclusive outdoor furniture brand, has revealed that this year, using a firepit in place of a personal bonfire is the ultimate NYE hosting hack.

With Google searches for ‘fire pit’ up 200% in the past 30 days, it is clear the nation is already looking to invest in a stylish heating element for their garden spaces this winter – and this New Year’s Eve is the ideal time to light up your garden space with your newest investment.

Joel Garthwaite, CMO at Harbour Lifestyle, said, “New Year’s Eve is all about making memories with your loved ones, and there is no better place to create these than in your own abode.

“Large events can be expensive and arduous, especially if the weather is not compliant with your plans or younger children are involved, so a get-together from the comfort of your own home may be preferable this year.

“Although it may be difficult to craft a full-size bonfire in your own garden safely, there are alternatives to ensure your guests still encounter the full seasonal experience we associate with the 31st December.

“Utilising a fire pit as a stylish, safer version of a bonfire for your soiree allows you to keep the cosy atmosphere alive, without causing potential damage or creating safety hazards in your outdoor space. Plus, your firepit can also be used for the remainder of the year and beyond as a sophisticated source of heating and light – making the perfect autumnal investment.

“Consider toasting marshmallows, making s’mores, lighting sparklers, and sharing stories around the firepit, just as you would with a bonfire – creating a dreamily intimate and cosy Bonfire Night experience that your guests will remember for years to come.”

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