A garden oasis and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River

Holiday Preening

Laurel Rimmer is Wave Hill’s Assistant Director of Public Programs.

This week a collaborative group of staff and volunteers added some seasonal sparkle to Wave Hill with nature and garden-inspired décor for the holidays that draws on the muted hues and beautiful textures of the winter landscape.Justine-et-al-at-work

Jen-at-workNancy-at-workFragrant greens, pinecone garlands, feathers and natural materials gathered from the gardens mingle with demure, twinkling lights and metallic accents to creative a warm and festive atmosphere.Cones-and-grasses

wreath-makingWHH-bannisterArtfully designed wreaths and exuberant planters at the entrances to the main buildings and The Shop welcome visitors and shoppers alike.WHH-front-door

Glyndor-front-doorPVCWe are thankful for all of the talented and creative people who worked together to make Wave Hill even more beautiful!WHH-reception-fireplace

WHH-Mark-Twain-Room-fireplaceWHH-tearoom-fireplaceArmor-Hall-fireplaceA limited selection of items from the holiday display are available for sale in The Shop.

If all of this creative abundance inspires you to get crafty, drop by the Holiday Workshops in Armor Hall on December 10 and 11 to make your own holiday decorations and gifts inspired by the gardens at Wave Hill.

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