Salon Christmas Decorations

Superrich Clients Pay This Decorator To Put Up Their Salon Christmas Decorations

A garland around the front door (or something festive framing the door) is a great way to set the mood since you see it from the street. This will ensure that your decorations keep the tone professional and not tacky or cheesy. You can layer your decorations throughout seasons. For example, bring in pumpkins in the fall and then add more decorative items to them for Halloween (such as adding spiders or tasteful ghosts). Then you can take away elements for Thanksgiving. Don’t go too scary for Halloween since you want to keep it professional and avoid scaring young clients. For January, Diane sets the tone for the new year with green orchids and ivy at the base. The symbolism of the green orchids is that they will bring money and success. They also last about 3 months if you have the right light source. Diane shares that you can even get them at Costco. Orchids not your style? Succulents or bamboo are also a nice way to bring in the green and natural elements. 2017’s Pantone color of the year is a fresh green called Greenery, so you’ll be right on trend! 8. You can get leaves and plants at your local market or Trader Joe’s. It won’t break the bank and will help you create a welcoming environment for your guests. [Images courtesy of Studio Fifty Fifty].