The Tour was held November 30th and December 1st and featured seven wonderfully different homes located throughout Decatur. I love participating in this event not only because I get to see a sneak peek of all the homes but also because the Tour proceeds support many deserving non-profits in the city. I also get free reign to design specifically to the style of the homes.
The above dining room table design consisted of David Austin "Juliet" roses, white lilies, ilex berries and pine nestled in a silver chafing dish.
Here we have large silver sleigh filled with bright green hydrangea, white lisianthus, and bells of ireland.
A family of deer are tucked in a silver jardiniere and surrounded by eucalyptus pods, white cottage yarrow, pine and white "snowy jewel" roses.
This foyer table crystal hurricane was surrounded by a large fir wreath and "leonidas" roses, white baby tulips, and furry leucodendron pods. Tucked amongst the fresh flowers and greens were a few large gold ornaments and sparkly green hanging amaranthus.
A rich cranberry-colored collection of protea, scabiosa and alstromeriea in a crystal compote completed the design for this dining room table.
A nest of hot pink celosia, red sweetheart roses, and feathers held a white snowy owl. A whimsical design for a home with an eclectic design aesthetic.
And last is a turquoise ceramic dish containing a geometric design of succulents (echeverria), green dianthus and red pincushion protea.
Happy Holidays from bloom floral design!
Posted by Cathy at 7:51 PM