Designs by Baker Design Group
Christmas at the Omni
Showcased on this stunning Oregon Fur tree was unique ornamentation, sparkle succulents, and frosted elements to coordinate with the hotel’s existing color palette. Through the lobby, guests are greeted by three floor-to-ceiling windows and suspending, oversized ornaments and garland to create a hanging garden idea. The Landing introduced you to two 9-foot Blue Spruce trees with natural elements with hints of flocked sprays and metallic ornamentation. And upstairs each of the ballrooms featured two Flocked Alaskan Pine trees. Baker Design Group created a cohesive Christmas design to enhance the season for Omni guests and their employees.
Chateau Du Lac
With an impeccable eye for design, this client’s stunning 10,000 square foot new build was complete just in time for the holidays except for one important detail; she needed Christmas décor to match. Although matching was definitely not the name of the game! With an eclectic personal style combining elements of modern, transitional, Mediterranean, and glam there was never a dull moment planning this Christmas project. By relegating competing styles to specific areas of the home, we were able to provide to a cohesive theme despite the numerous palettes being engaged. This plan can be seen in both the interior and exterior design. For the exterior, we executed a plan that included updated traditional with reds and natural elements, flowing to a soft, festive iced berry and cedar design and finishing with a modern frosted succulent palette. Inside, no room was left untouched. Our client’s dream of Christmas in every area was fulfilled without overdoing it. Each family member had their own tree complete with personalized décor from modern glam to childhood whimsy. Large living spaces were made cozier with rich metallic and opulent blue designs on everything from trees to garland and several well-placed arrangements. Three additional individualized palettes awaited loved ones in the deluxe two-story guest house and detached “game house” culminating in an overall space which would delight any hostess.
The high-end design of Omni’s luxury brand comes together with the innovative creativity of the Dallas Cowboys franchise to create a visually stunning space at the new Omni Star Hotel. This dynamic partnership set the backdrop for one of our most prestigious Christmas designs ever. With 16 stories, 300 rooms and over 35,000 square feet of meeting space, we had our work cut out for us creating custom pieces to parallel the scale of the space. To do so, we featured 2 fully custom, 18-foot, champagne trees in the upstairs corridor overlooking the 50-yard turf field in the heart of The Star’s compound. Showcased on these immense trees was unique ornamentation and brand specific color palettes. As the lobby, corridors and rooms are filled with tasteful takes on football imagery, the task for us was to underscore both the elegance of the Omni brand and the sports theme of the Dallas Cowboys without being too obvious. Downstairs, we chose a stunning 14-foot flocked tree in a customized color palette of turquois and gold to match the artwork and ambiance of the reception area. Complementing the tree were two sets of large-scale, lit branch, topiaries in mixed metal finishes which flanked the reception and concierge desks. Suspended crystal drop pendants in the Charlotte Jones Store, ornate wreaths and drops for the Neighborhood Services Restaurant and lush garlands adorning the fireplace in the family room created a cohesive Christmas design to enhance the season for guests and employees.
RealPage Inc. Blue
Baker Design Group, a leading DFW Christmas Design Company specializing in exclusive and customized holiday decor, had a great creative opportunity to design for a new space that was recently located in the hub of Dallas marketplace. The lead designers in this project were Linda Baker and Heather Mattox. The RealPage, Inc. building is designed with clean lines, pops of turquoise and orange's to accentuate many key areas. The overall color palette consists of turquoises, silvers, platinums, and whites. The stair step area with Vickerman's white trees welcomes you the second you walk in the building, which also accentuates the design that is curved around the reception desk. As you look up, you see three additional floors completely outlined by decorated garlands. Around the bend is a 15 foot Vickerman flocked tree fully decorated with a sophisticated palette. In the center of the building, each landing is designed with a forest of richly flocked Vickerman trees with pops of color. Different sized trees distinguish the overall look giving it great depth as you look up to the top of the building.