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Holiday Décor on Display in Georgetown
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Holiday Décor on Display in Georgetown

Top designers create lavish holiday designs for charity.

Designer Kelly Proxmire of Bethesda created this holiday mantel.

Designer Kelly Proxmire of Bethesda created this holiday mantel. Photo by Jessica Yurinko

Light Up the Season

Through Dec. 20

Four Seasons in Georgetown

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C.

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Alexandria-based designer Victoria Sanchez – pictured with the patients who served as her inspiration – created this tree for “Light Up the Season.

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Designer Camille Saum of Bethesda created this tree for “Light Up the Season.”

Those still looking for inspiration for holiday décor are in luck thanks to some of the area’s top tastemakers. The lights and shapes of Christmas trees, holiday mantels, a menorah and other décor, designed by some of Washington’s top interior designers, are on display.

The designers donated their time to create festive displays for an event called “Light Up the Season” to benefit for Children’s National Health System. The designs were unveiled earlier this month at a festive event that included activities such as holiday cookie decorating, ornament making, a visit from Santa and Children’s National Dr. Bear mascot, musical performances and youth entertainers, silent auction.

Each original piece is a collaboration between patients of Children’s National and area designers and businesses. The Creative & Therapeutic Arts Services at Children’s National worked with the Children’s Health Board to pair designers with patients for inspiration

The holiday décor will be on display and available for purchase at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown through Dec. 20.