Cute Home Decor Ideas You Can Steal From Karen’s Vigil

It’s a crazy world out there, but your home shouldn’t be! With work stress, relationship hassles, and the manhunt for Karen’s killer still in full force, it’s more important than ever to create your very own safe haven, complete with room-warming textiles and darling conversation pieces. And hey, Karen’s not using hers anymore, right? Bring a sense of peace and healing into your life with these cute and cozy decorating tips inspired by Karen’s beautiful vigil last week.


Tea Lights & Candles!

Light a match and say a prayer with these adorable vigil candles! Line your floors, hang them from your ceiling, or scatter them around your mantel. Recreating that gloomy glow is a great way to bring warmth and relaxation into your home, unlike Karen, who was always getting fired.


Beautiful Bouquets of Sympathy Flowers

Turn that frown upside down and craft it into a wreath! Bring nature’s healing touch into your home and heart by adding some green to your grief, similar to the kind Karen grew in her garden. In fact, dig up Karen’s garden. Studies show that those who stop to smell the roses are innocent until proven guilty, and that’s a beautiful thing!



Inspirational Wall Quotes

Karen’s death reminds us to live each day in gratitude. Surround yourself with inspirational quotes and affirmations that’ll help you stay grounded, centered, and 100% sure of your alibi. Here are some ideas to get you started, but feel free to make them your own!


“Live Each Day Like It’s Your Last—Because For Karen, It Was”

“Don’t Cry Because It’s Over, Smile Because They Found No Evidence”

“I Did Not Kill Karen”


Throw a Housewarming Vigil!

You’ve spent all this time redecorating; why not share it with your own vigil-themed housewarming? A fun night with your closest friends, family, and Karen’s ex will remind you of what’s truly important in life. Just make sure people don’t get too angry—you wouldn’t want the cops to show up and search the place and find anything incriminating in the basement in a brown tarp under the floorboards.


And there you have it! Once you’ve completed these simple steps, you’ll be able to breathe in “peace” and breathe out that lingering sense of Karen’s memory.