Today, we’re featuring a “corporate” Christmas interior design project that felt more like a home. Adding coordinating Christmas decor to this already beautiful assisted living made it really feel like a home for the holidays for its residents.
The color palette of the main living area was in blues and greens. We loved getting to work with the tall ceilings; they allowed room for a 12′ flocked tree full of rich blue ribbon, ornaments ranging from snow-dusted, to gold with crystals, and mixed metallics.
The light blue poinsettia floral elements in the design of our mantle garland played well with the floral pillows. This living room was the perfect transitional style to bring in our youthful mix of traditions and trends in our Christmas designs.
Ah. The perfect match of garland to artwork here is what makes this Dallas Christmas Interior Designer feel great. It’s satisfying to see our Christmas product come from being purchased at Market, separated in our warehouse, designed in our floral work room, and then placed to its perfect home!
These custom outdoor wreaths deserve a closer look.
These natural pine cones amazed me! I can assure you that we did not find these from any trees in Dallas. They pair so well with the tartan ribbon!
A large-scale matte gold Nativity complemented the navy console and colorful butterfly prints behind it.
This woodsy, whimsical arrangement, custom made for this assisted living by our floral designers, greets visitors and keeps the reception desk merry. I think this is a sweet nod to a more vintage Christmas Village that the residents will appreciate. What do you think of the Christmas design for this Coppell Assisted Living?