How to Get Your House Super Bowl Ready

How to Get Your House Super Bowl Ready
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    Hut, hut, hike!

    That's right, with the Super Bowl right around the corner, many people enjoy getting together to watch the annual Super Bowl game.

    It's a time for cheering, a little shouting and lots of delicious party food!

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Because the Super Bowl is synonymous with the word party, there are a few ways to get your house ready for your guests to enjoy the big game! Get your house Super Bowl ready with quick and easy tips.

Determine Where the Game Will Be Watched

Is there going to be one central location within your house where the game will be watched? Or do you have multiple rooms with TV’s where guests can watch the game? First, you need to determine where guests will be watching the game as this is going to be the focal point of the party. Once the location or locations are set, make sure that there is ample seating for guests. If needed, folding chairs can be placed throughout the room. Think outside the traditional seating box and have floor cushions, bar stools and benches available for guests as well. Place seating evenly around the room and make sure guests have a clear view of the TV.

Decide How the Game Will Be Seen

Have a home theater? This is the best time to show your home theater off! Watching the Big Game on the big screen is an experience in and of itself! Not only does it allow everyone to see the screen, but it adds an extra special touch to the event.

DIY Easy Super Bowl Treats:

For those that don’t have a home theater, there are ways that you can still enjoy watching the Super Bowl on a large scale. Some of you may even have access to a projector. If this is the case you can easily hook up your projector to show the game. Be sure to have the game project onto a large wall, preferably a white wall if you do not have access to a screen. Guests will rave when seeing the game triple sized!

Have Your House Party Ready

Have the main level of where the game will be shown picked up. The normal de-cluttering, dusting, and vacuuming should suffice.

As far as food goes, have a dedicated area where food is located. Many items may need to keep hot. The best bet is to set up a buffet on your kitchen counters. You will then have access to outlets for your slow cookers as well as heating trays. In case of spills of messes, having the food located in the kitchen ensures for quick and easy clean up.

Be sure to set up a beverage area as well. Place drinks in coolers to keep cold, have a bucket of ice and cups available for guests to help themselves.

Most of all, kick back, relax and enjoy this year’s Super Bowl with family and friends!

Ann Martin is a contributing writer for Dinnerware Center, which offers a beautiful collection of dinnerware styles and sets from many brands, including the Reed and Barton brand. They also carry an array of gorgeous flatware, including Reed and Barton flatware sets. Ann is a freelance writer for other home and cooking websites. When Ann is not writing, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.

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Ann Martin

Ann Martin is a freelance writer for Dinnerware Center, which is home to an extensive collection of dinnerware and flatware sets. Ann is a writer for other home and cooking websites. When Ann is not writing, she enjoys reading and spending time with her family.