The cold winter weather is a perfect excuse to spend an evening in for a movie-night. I love lounging in front of my television with a bowl of buttery and salty popcorn and a big box of Junior Mints. Even though I love comedies, I enjoy watching other genres of film as well.
Standing in my living room in front of my Panasonic plasma TV. The picture on the television is gorgeous!
Staying warm in a cozy blanket, snacking on your favorite candy, and watching a movie that's either a classic you have watched dozens of times (for me it's Gosford Park and Pillow Talk) or a film that was just released (my new favorite is The King's Speech) -- having a relaxing night-in may be the perfect way to spend a weekend evening.
Take a look at these living room accents and movie-night must-haves -- they are the perfect pieces to have on hand for a night at home...
1 My movies on Netflix that I will be watching during my next movie night. The next three movies that will be arriving are Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, The Leopard (Italian Version), and In the Mood For Love.
2 Pillow Talk -- one of my favorite movies!
3 Doris Day and Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk.
4 Another favorite movie of mine, Dead Poets Society with Robin Williams.
5 If only I could fit this Waring Pro popcorn machine next to my television...
6 This is a popcorn maker that would be a better fit in my apartment.
7 I love the idea of having disposable popcorn bowls -- they are perfect for when friends join for a movie night, it will make the clean-up so much easier.
8 For those who prefer ice cream at their movie night, these bowls would be perfect to use!
9 Other ice cream bowls from Macy's.
10 Having a great tray to have avilable for your living room will be very helpful.
11 Put all of your snacks and beverages on a tray for movie-night.
12 I love this Martha Stewart tray that was made from punched-out corks, the perfect way to design a tray and it will keep your drinks, plates, and bowls from sliding around on the tray.
13 I love this colorful tray that was photographed in the May 2010 issue of Martha Stewart Living.
14 Make your trays fun for your living room table and design them to have photographs at the bottom.
15 I love that this tray can be elevated.
16 Putting a mirror on the surface of a living room or dining room tray will add charm.
17 Put a round tray on a square table to bring different shapes to the room.
18 For movie night, dine in front of the television!
19 To make a silver tray look more chic, add a colorful wallpaper to the bottom of the tray.
20 I always love to have a warm blanket. I love these from the Martha Stewart Collection at Macy's.