Christmas Decor By Danz
Danielle Crosskill Lemaire, Christmas Decor by Danz founder

“It's the most wonderful time of the year! I have felt this way for as long as I can remember thanks to my mother and father. It doesn't get better than quality time spent with family and friends, giving and sharing, Christmas carols, scrumptious food, togetherness, the true Christmas spirit, and of course the lights and decorations!

“But how could I find a way to prolong the season and share my joy of Christmas? My passion for design and hospitality coupled with the fact that I eat, breathe and sleep everything Christmas fuelled the natural path to Christmas Decor by Danz. Seeing the happiness on my clients' faces when I have completed an installation, knowing that I have shared some of my joy for the season makes it all worthwhile!”

— Danielle Crosskill Lemaire, founder, Christmas Decor by Danz

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A delightfully delicious candy cane tree representing a fun automotive brand.
The FloaterAn extremely detailed bespoke piece consisting of floatingChristmas baubles.
Bringing seasonal cheer to Jamaica's largest appliance stores inKingston, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios.(Photos: Azi Photography & Christmas Decor By Danz)
The Christmas GalaxyAn original composition of 3-D elements floating in a uniquely designed wooden tree.
The Dream Team(From top) Ian McKay, Danielle Crosskill Lemaire and Gillian Crosskill.Missing from photo: Shantay Ferguson
Funkyoff-the-walldesigns fora cool andtimeless lineof cars.
Funkyoff-the-walldesigns fora cool andtimeless lineof cars.
An avant-gardetree andshowroom decorrepresenting apowerful luxuryautomobile brand
An avant-gardetree andshowroom decorrepresenting apowerful luxuryautomobile brand
The Christmas AtomA compositionof atom-like ballscreating a moleculardesign. (Photos:Christmas Decor ByDanz)
The Nutcracker
Bespoke holiday tablescape designs
Each treeis carefullycuratedwhether forthe home,office orvacationvilla withunique colourschemes andcharacter tocomplementyour space.

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