Divine Holiday Design – Part One

Nandina’s most popular design seminar, “Divine Holiday Design,” takes place this Thursday evening in both our Aiken and Atlanta locations. We have always partnered with Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Floral Design and will feature her incredible talent again this year. Holiday decorating is one of the most enjoyable and challenging tasks that all of us take on each year. That might be one of the reasons that this specific Wine & Design is one of the most highly anticipated events that we sponsor. It is a night full of creative design ideas, and kicks off the holiday season in style! This year we are going to feature four different holiday design themes with all of the tricks and trimmings to make them happen within your own home.

Rustic Thanksgiving Bounty transforms to Whimsical Woodsy Christmas; High Style Holiday Glitter, Elegant French Rustic, and Traditional Equestrian round out a night that is sure to please any holiday decorating aficionado.

Here are a few of my favorite examples of each of these themes. You will have to check back after our Wine & Design to see our interpretation and design transformation of Rustic Bounty, Whimsical Woodsy, High Style Glitter, Elegant French Rustic and Traditional Equestrian Holidays.

Equestrian Chic doesn’t get much better than this, classic pine garlands, a little animal antlers and a footstool of horseshoes, all with a white wood paneled backdrop.

Another example of Equestrian Chic!

French Rustic is defined by a Tone on Tone palette of white and natural mixed with mercury glass and natural birch – so beautiful.

Purple and white with a little glitz and glamour!

This gilded Ginko wreath hanging on a mirror doesn’t get any more glamorous.

Striped stockings hanging on a ladder behind a tree filled with fanciful ornaments – perfect example of Woodsy Whimsical!

1 Comment

  1. Posted by DocCal - Online Appointments For Doctors

    Designs look great! Really like the natural birch. An amazing idea.

    Posted November 9, 2011 at 10:48 am | Reply

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