The rose and eucalyptus garland makes a strong statement of promise and hope. Pink Christmas balls and greenery in clear cylinder vases set on the grand piano mimic the palette of the garland.
With a lifetime passion for injecting a touch of holiday glitz and glam into her Christmas decor, designer Jackie Glass shares her unique take on this year’s holiday décor theme for her lovely mid-century-style home that evokes a sense of promise and hope for this much-anticipated holiday season.
This Christmas, everything is coming up roses for Jackie and her family with the promise of better days ahead and the hope that life is slowly but surely coming back to normal. Excited to decorate her home with the joy of Christmas once again, Jackie is looking forward to celebrating the season with friends and family while sharing a positive holiday message.
Making an instant impact when you enter Jackie’s welcoming dining room off the main entrance hall, a striking garland, hand-crafted with pink paper roses and seasonal eucalyptus, designed exclusively for Jackie by Canadian artist Catherine Oxley of Bouq Paper Flowers, is gracefully entwined throughout the impressive glass globe chandelier over the dining room table. Jackie’s holiday message is undeniably conveyed to her family and guests through this unique and elegant floral art installation.
Jackie invites us to step into her stunning modern glass home, nestled in the heart of Ontario’s wine country at the foot of the Niagara Escarpment and hopes you’ll be inspired by her holiday décor lovingly composed of a mix of new and favorite decorations from Christmases past.
Designer Jackie Glass, http://WWW.JACKIEGLASS.CA