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Classic Christmas

The Cascia Christmas Walk returns to its roots with traditional home tours offering seasonal inspiration for all who attend.

It’s time to deck the halls and trim the trees. In need of some inspiration before getting started?

Dec. 4 marks the return of the Cascia Christmas Walk, which this year will revive the traditional home tours of previous events. Four midtown homes are featured, all decorated with distinctive motifs and floral arrangements by local florists and designers. Each is unique in its styling and sure to provide inspiration for any holiday setting.

Along with touring the homes, Cascia Christmas Walk guests can peruse the Cascia Boutique, a unique shopping experience with 60 vendors offering a variety of holiday gift ideas. Seasonal gift baskets sponsored by Cascia families also will be available to purchase. The Cascia Bistro will be open, offering up delicious treats from Catering Kitchen LLC.

The Cascia handbell choir and select choir will perform holiday favorites in the Scianna Performing Arts Center as well, and Santa Claus will be present for photo opportunities.

The Cascia Christmas Walk is presented by the Cascia Hall Parent Faculty Association and benefits the school’s new world language lab.

Cascia Christmas Walk
11 a.m.-4 p.m., Dec. 4

Admission is free to campus events, including the Cascia Boutique, Cascia Bistro and Scianna Performing Arts Center events. Tickets to the home tour are $15 and can be purchased in advance at www.casciahall.org or at the Cascia Hall Upper School or Middle School offices, 2520 S. Yorktown Ave. Tickets are $20 the day of the event. Free shuttle bus service from the school to the homes will be available. On the day of the event, Cascia Christmas Walk visitors should enter the school grounds from the South Utica Avenue entrance.

1619 E. 36th Place
Designs by Jay Roberts at T.A. Lorton

Christmas decorations aren’t limited to this home’s interior. Inspired by nature, the outdoor kitchen’s tabletop is adorned with rustic reindeer and trees made of painted white branches. The enclosed patio’s fireplace features silver accents, matching the ornament-laden wreath hanging over the mantel. Inside, contemporary styles mix with traditional white and neutral decorations to complement the home’s aesthetics. A papier-mâché snowman, a favorite holiday decoration of the homeowners’, was made by Leslie Rowland and adds to the dining room’s atmosphere.   
Home sponsored by Oklahoma Landscape, Abersons and Leslie Rowlands Interior Artist LLC

2140 E. 30th St.
Designs by Elizabeth Wallis of Petal Pushers

Elizabeth Wallis decided to highlight this historic home’s features in creams and silvers, with splashes of vibrant reds. Live greenery adds to the entry hall setting’s crystal deer and trees. The first-floor tour will include stops in the grand formal living room, kitchen and family room. Wallis incorporated pewter tabletop items in the dining room, with live amaryllis and poinsettias scattered throughout the home providing red accents.
Home sponsored by Rossi Brothers Company and Clare Ashby, ASLA landscape architect inc.

2133 E. 32nd Place
Designs by Margaret Ferrell Design

Using whites, creams and neutrals, Margaret Farrell and the homeowners transformed this home into a winter wonderland. The family room provides a winter retreat, decorated in neutrals and accents of gold and silver. The first and second floor will be on display for the tour, including a pink-themed girl’s room and matching holiday decorations. Downstairs, guests can view the formal living room’s colorful Christmas tree, adorned with animal ornaments — a personal collection the homeowners have gathered for many years.
Home sponsored by Powers Design & Build LLC; Clare Ashby, ASLA landscape architect inc.; and Oklahoma Landscape

3133 S. Columbia Circle
Designs by Toni Garner of Toni’s Flowers

The entryway sets the stage for this home, with magnolia branches and flowers, metallic ribbons and decorative trees encompassing a statue of St. Francis. Nearby the formal dining room is decked in creams, silvers and golds. Throughout the rest of the first floor, guests will see a sports-themed Christmas tree in the office and a fully adorned outdoor living space. The large kitchen will be decorated for the season, highlighting the homeowners’ collection of Frankhoma Christmas plates collected over the years.


*Home sponsored by Renaissance Hardwood Floors, Blue Ribbon Landscape and Crystal Pools

                    

 

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