OMBRE AMBIANCE - This stunning Christmas Tree located in a custom built Jarvis Bay home features a unique ombré effect throughout the colours of the tree. The teals and blues of the ornaments perfectly matched the existing design theme of the room. This year’s Festival of Homes tour raised $1

2016 Sylvan Lake Festival of Homes wows attendees with intricate Christmas décor

See inside some of Sylvan Lake's most stunningly decorated homes this holiday season

 

 

SPRIGS OF SPRUCE What better way to adorn your holiday dining table than with fresh sprigs of spruce strategically placed atop the plates and surface? This setting is complimented by a festive birch candle to round out the look. The annual Festival of Homes Tour is organized by Krest Homes, KLRT Commercial and Lapp Realty.

 

NIGHT TIME NOEL This modern bedroom features a delightfully placed white Christmas Tree capable of adding the perfect touch of the holiday season to any room.

 

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS COFFEE This espresso bar got a a Christmas makeover complete with its own tree and Starbucks themed ornaments.

TRADITIONAL TRIMMINGS Make your center piece the focal point of table talk during Christmas dinner this season. Compliment your dinner with a Christmas cracker to leave your guest’s full of food and fun.

 

 

ROYAL REDS The rich reds and golds embellishing this Christmas tree pair well with a matching garland which beautifully garnishes the mantle of this warmly lit fire place.

 

Send Sylvan Lake News photos of your Christmas masterpieces for a chance to be featured in next week’s paper. Leave photos in the comments below or email to editor@sylvanlakenews.com – happy holidays!

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