Have any of you started your Christmas decorating yet?
Have you ever thought of hiring a professional interior designer, particularly me, to help you get your home ready for the holidays so that you can enjoy a stress free holiday season?
I have a Christmas and Holiday decorating service that is one of the many design services I offer and it is also my claim to fame for being on Good Morning America.
I have also done holiday designer showhouses in Atlanta, the USGA museum in Far Hills, New Jersey, a New Jersey senator, and lots of hospitality spaces.
I was even featured in an article in Forbes magazine and published in Design NJ for my Christmas decor in 2011.
This holiday decorating service is used by many of my clients for their private homes because they are either too busy with work or their family and need the extra help we can provide for them.
We love making Christmas a Stress Free Holiday!
My clients contact me in the early fall to get on my calendar, because we only have a few weeks to get the decorations installed. Once we determine what needs to be done, I bring in my design team and get our merry on!
I received a call from Kelly Page, a popular blogger in Atlanta to help her get her home decorated in time to be posted on her blog, Bluegraygal, and to feature the flocked Christmas tree from King of Christmas on a segment today, for the NBC program, Atlanta and Company.
She was so busy that she couldn't do it herself and called in my team of elves to help her.
She recognized she had too much on her plate and we happily came to her rescue.
The results were stunning if I do say so myself. Kelly has a lot of Frontgate holiday decor which is worth every penny.
Having pre-made garlands makes decorating a breeze but we still did a lot of the decorating placing each ornament, ribbon, and garland in the proper place.
Design tip: Always check your pre-lit decor to see if you need to purchase new lights and use LED lights if possible because they last longer and use less energy than incandescents. LED's are cooler and won't burn your house down. Have you ever held 300 mini lights in your hand? A lot of heat going on...
FYI: LED lighting is more expensive and if you're watching your holiday budget, stay with incandescents. As a professional interior designer, I recommend LED lights.
The flocked tree was dense and the fabulous! The French Blue and Linen ornaments from Frontgate were divine!
Her dining room fireplace had 2 large Frontgate pre-lit and pre-made garlands on top.
Design tip: If you plan your next home or redesign your fireplace, add an outlet or 2 on top of your fireplace to plug in your lights. Clever huh?
I added lots of candles to her dining room table along with a flocked garland, holiday picks, and 4 large tasseled tie backs to create an elegant table centerpiece.
All the professional photos were shot by Sarah D. Harper
Wasn't that a lovely home we created for Kelly and her family?
If you live in the Atlanta area ,please feel free to call me today at 866-579-2092 or fill out my Contact page to discuss how we can create for you a stress free Christmas!
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Robin LaMonte is the acclaimed interior designer behind her company, Rooms Revamped Interior Design based in Atlanta, Ga.