Ever wondered why commercial, entertainment, and government properties decorate for the holidays? Here are 3 reasons why businesses decorate for Christmas.
When the Christmas season arrives, businesses do their best to spread holiday cheer on their properties. One way they do this is with a giant Christmas tree. When selecting a tree, there are a few things to keep in mind.
When it comes to commercial Christmas decorations, many property managers and owners will agree, the bigger, the better. This thinking is particularly true when it comes to the tree. But giant commercial Christmas trees require a sizeable investment. The larger the tree, the more expensive it will be. So, what happens when you want a bigger tree than your budget permits?
If you are decorating for a mall or outdoor shopping center, there’s a good chance you will need a Santa set. You may be wondering what you need to create a warm and welcoming Santa display for his guests. Here are five essentials for a successful Santa set. Essentials for a Successful Santa Set 1. A Comfortable chair One of the most important elements of a Santa Set is the chair. Santa’s chair is where guests take photos, so it needs to look aesthetically pleasing. Another thing to keep in mind is the size of the chair. Santa isn’t the only one sitting on the chair; he is accompanied by a guest, sometimes more than one. The chair also needs to be comfortable, especially since he will likely be sitting in his chair for a long time for the duration of the season as children read off their wish lists. 2. Entertainment for children Entertainment is a commonly forgotten element when it comes to designing a Santa display. There may be a long line to see Santa, and you want to keep the kids entertained. You also want them to be in a good mood when it’s their turn to take [...]
For the Christmasworld 2020 show, Globallconcept showcased designer, Kimi Hasegawa's Shunju collection. Check it out!
2019 was an exciting year for Dekra-Lite. Our team worked on lots of fun projects throughout the country, but many of our largest projects were in California. Here are a few of our favorites!
Every year, color experts at the PANTONE Color Institute come up with the Color of the Year. They comb the world, drawing inspiration from various industries, travel destinations, and socio-economic conditions. This year, the PANTONE Color of the Year for 2020 is Classic Blue.
It can be frustrating to spend a long time on a holiday display and have it ruined by cords and wires. Here are 8 of our favorite tips to hide extension cords.
Holiday window displays are an essential tradition. People love to window shop, especially during the holiday season. They love to weave in and out of stores to check out their displays and holiday decorations.