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11/4/16

The Home Depot Canada's Holiday decor preview: Winter Wishes


Today I am starting a series of posts to share with you my experience at The Home Depot Canada's exclusive Holiday decor and product preview. I want you to see the beautiful things I saw at the event. As soon as I arrived I was received and welcomed by staff and leading decor and lifestyle expert Janette Ewen. Lovely ladies! 

 



Janette and staff introduced us and presented the trendiest Holiday products. We learned about the beautiful "Winter Wishes" theme. Very wintry and Canadian! 
  
The entry was beautifully decorated with a White Spruce like Christmas tree in the "Winter Wishes" theme. It had a variety of blue and silver ornaments. It looked very real! The White Spruce is a tree with dense foliage and symmetrical proportions. Perfect to decorate with tons of ornaments and lights!

Christmas trees are very dear to me because the remind me of tree trimming and decorating for the Holidays with my Mother. The lights on this beautiful Christmas tree kept changing into different colours, blue, green, pink and white. It was mesmerizing! I will show you the new innovations in lighting that were presented soon on another post.

There was also a matching "Winter Wishes" wreath on the wall and LED Tinsel Gift Boxes on the floor {I will show you these lit boxes soon on another post} in blue and silver.


Isn't the "Winter Wishes" wreath a stunner? It looks so elegant and rich. Love the blue against the silver  and pine cones. Our door is dark. I believe it would look fantastic on it!

Stay tuned to my next post! More beautiful and festive decor for you to see. 

"Winter Wishes" theme stunning dinning room display and white background wreath above images © The Home Depot.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Gabriela Delworth. Crafts Designer & Stylist, Author, Instructor who makes creativity a ritual. Aesthetically reactive to beautiful things. 
Mission: to inspire you

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