Lovesac Mayfair's Blog

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the Sacs are so delightful…

As Thanksgiving moves further away and the winter time holidays get every closer, us on the 3rd Coast are rapidly approaching the horrible ice age known as the “Wisconsin Winter.” Once the first snow falls (and people subsequently forget how to drive), the roads begin to ice over, the wind begins to pick up, and staying in a state of hibernation until March starts to look more and more appealing. After much internet searching, lurking around blogs and the such like, we’ve found that this hibernation sentiment is bigger than just the Greater Milwaukee Area. People all over are choosing to stay in for the winter instead of going out – it’s called a staycation.

Rather than going out on a vacation, people are staying in and spending that extra vacation money on nice things to make their time in their own house more enjoyable – both for their staycation and beyond. We at LoveSac totally support this: what better to entertain holiday guests on (and relax on after they leave) than Sacs and Sactionals?

‘Tis the season, so gift one to yourself of give the gift of staying in to a friend. We still have ManorSuede Sac Packages running ($550 for a SuperSac, $400 for a CitySac.) Oh, and did we mention the new ManorSuede for 5 Series Sactionals? Or the Heathered Tweet Covers for 6 Series Sactionals? Or the new Buddha Bowls?! Ramen Bowls?!! New Lamps?!! Yeah, we have everything you need to stay indoors.

Once you’re all squared away and comfortable, you can then feel free to move onto more interesting pursuits in your staycation time. Maybe you could do some DYI (DesignSponge has some great projects – we love their paper picture frames!), cook some new gourmet food (or at least gawk at it), or even just expand your knowledge online. The best part about all of these things is that with some LoveSac help, you can do them in comfort; and avoid the slushy, snowy wreck that is about to be the outdoors. That’s what we call a ‘Happy Holiday,’ folks.