THIS IS HOW WE HOLIDAY
Occasionally, after we finish a comprehensive interior design for a client, they ask us to create their holiday decor. And, even more occasionally -- we say yes!
As much as we love decorating for the holidays -- and we really, really do -- we can't let it take us away from our projects, transforming people's homes. But, once in a while, the timing it right.
This project, in historic Indian Canyons, was finishing at the holidays after nearly a year of renovation. With our clients moving in during mid-December -- and all clients' family coming to Palm Springs for the holidays -- we just had to include holiday decor in our Big Reveal plans!
Above: The light fixture is by Arteriors available here on our website. The paint is "Tropical Teal" DE 5754, by Dunn-Edwards.
Our team's David Clark and Keith Fortner made custom wreaths for the home's new (but retro) front doors. Read on to see the rest of the holiday decor and a few sneak peeks of this project.
The Tree & The Living Room
This house is all about a sophisticated yet colorful palette. Lime green, turquoise blue and pink all play starring roles in this home's interior. Why should the tree be any different?
Above: The swivel chairs and shelving unit are custom, mixing easily with coffee tables by CB2.
Above: We purchased a live tree at Palm Springs High School -- it's a fundraiser for their band -- and had it flocked.
Above: The Breeze Block ornament, available in multiple colors, is custom-made for our shop and available both in-store and online here.
Naturally, we didn't just stop at just the living room.
We had to sprinkle some holiday cheer throughout the home!
Above: The kitchen faucet is by Brizo. The exterior sconce is by Arteriors, available here.
Dining Room & Bar
Above: The Palm Springs neighborhood stir sticks (Indian Canyons shown here) were designed by Christopher and are available at our retail shop.
Stay Tuned for More!
We hope you have enjoyed this sneak peek of our recent Indian Canyons project, all dressed up for the holidays!
Stay tuned to Instagram for the Big Reveal of the entire home. #CKMiSuenoProject
Happy Holidays, friends!
Flowers and Styling: Keith Fortner
Photography: Public 311 Design