Entertaining is a passion for homeowners Vincent and Elizabeth Moro, who are in the process of restoring their mid-1830s Chadds Ford farmhouse. While the house is being renovated, they need a space for entertaining—and their barn is the perfect spot. Located on land that was once a ski area in the 1970s and ’80s, the barn at Chadds Peak Farm is large and rustic. Tap the link in bio for more photos and the story behind this couple’s stunning holiday decor. #MainLineToday 📸: @tessamarieimages
Extravagant holiday lights are one of Matt Wetzel’s earliest memories from his childhood in #Gladwyne . Today, he and his partner, Don Thomas, love creating luminous displays for their own home. The two run the interior décor company, @thomasmatthewdesigns, where business is bustling most of the year—except for the holidays. Looking to fill that void, they created a niche design- and-installation branch focused on seasonal lighting and decorations. Click the link in bio to learn more about how the couple is bringing holiday magic to the Main Line. ✨ #MainLineToday 📸: @tessamarieimages • • • • #mainlinepa #thomasmatthewdesigns #interiordesign #holidaylights #christmasdecor #holidaydecor #holidaystyle #igers_philly
Thanks to the culinary prowess of its namesake chef, West Chester’s Andiario has little problem filling its 34 seats. In fact, landing one of those seats is no easy feat right now, thanks to the accolades that continue to pile in from foodies and critics around the country. Tap the link in bio for our full review, plus a tip on how to snag yourself a reservation. #MainLineToday (Pictured: Braised chicken leg with plums and shaved chestnuts.) 📸: @stevelegato
Happy Thanksgiving, Main Liners! We wanted to take a moment to thank our readers for their constant support. Local journalism is more import now than ever, and we would not be able to do what we do without your continued readership. Thank you for making us an integral part of your lives. We hope you have a happy and safe holiday! ❤️ #MainLineToday 📸: @thesuburbansoapbox
At Longwood Gardens, the holiday season is a year-long affair. While A Longwood Christmas doesn’t open until Thanksgiving day, planning for the annual display begins a year in advance. Each year’s theme is finalized by March, and lights start going up two weeks before Labor Day. And while perimeter decorating starts early, certain parts of the display must wait until the week of Thanksgiving for setup, leaving the crew just three days to bring it all to life. Tap the link in bio to read more about how Longwood pulls it off year after year. ✨ #MainLineToday 📸: Carol DeGuiseppi and Morgan Horell.