Looking for new decor ideas for the holidays? The much anticipated Indianapolis tradition, A Home for the Holidays, will feature vintage holiday design from some of Central Indiana’s most prestigious design professionals. Tickets are $15 per person. Proceeds benefit Coburn Place.
Dates: November 23-26 | November 29-December 1
Show Hours: Daily 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. | Sundays Noon-7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15 per person | Group rates available
Location: The Christian Theological Seminary’s Hospitality House | 1042 W. 42nd Street
Purchase Tickets at the Door or at:
– Capel Rugs | Castleton
– McNamara Florist | Carmel, Broad Ripple/Glendale and Willow Lake locations
– CoburnPlace.org | Buy Now!
This year’s show home is the historic Christian Theological Seminary Hospitality House located at 1042 W. 42nd Street. The magnificent English colonial home has ties to the prominent Holliday, O’Neal and Dye families. In 1921, W.J. Holliday, chair of the W.J. Holliday Co., decided to move his family to the suburbs to escape the “noise and soot” of the city. The home was built in 1929 as a wedding present for his daughter Lucy Holliday O’Neal and her husband Perry, parents to legendary Golf Course Architect Alice Dye.
A Home for the Holidays is a signature event hosted by the Circle City (IN) Chapter of The Links, Inc. and sponsored by the Indiana Design Center and the Christian Theological Seminary. The event began as “Holiday House,” a joint community project of the City of Indianapolis and Circle City Links. It was re-branded in 2007 and continues as an annual, highly anticipated community event. A Home for the Holidays celebrates 15 years of showcasing beautiful central Indiana homes decorated for the holidays by Central Indiana’s top interior designers.
Special Event: An Afternoon with Sheila Bridges | Book Signing and Q & A
The Circle City (IN) Chapter of The Links Inc. is pleased to present nationally acclaimed designer Sheila Bridges as the guest judge for this year’s A Home for the Holidays home. Named “America’s Best Interior Designer” by CNN and Time Magazine, Sheila Bridges founded her own interior design firm in 1994. She has been a regular contributor on NBC’s Today Show, hosted her own network television show, appeared on Oprah and has been profiled in numerous national and international publications.
Designers are invited to come and meet Ms. Bridges at a signing of her latest book, “The Bald Mermaid, A Memoir,” Thursday, November 21, 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m at the Christian Theological Seminary Hospitality House. Ms. Bridges will participate in a thirty minute Q & A session beginning promptly at 3:15 p.m. The book will be for sale at the event. Click here for more information.