O Christmas Tree
Three gold and white trees, decorated by Saint T Event Design, adorn the lobby of the ROK Hotel. The trees are positioned alongside the Laura Facey sculpture located in the lobby. (Photos: Located Photography)

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas tree

How lovely are thy branches.

Merry Christmas, everyone! SO spotlights today the impressive festive decorations at the ROK Hotel. The Sharon Howell @ sharonsaint_t. Howell and ROK team collab is a variation on the original idea for the lobby which would have seen suspended multi-sized orbs from the ceiling above a 20-ft tree. Perhaps, next year! The three trees, of varying heights, used as an alternative are magical.

A simple palette inspires the garland that dresses the staircase banisters. Art plays an integral part of the hotel's design and so integrating the Christmas decorations in a way that accentuated these pieces was paramount.
The Palate Restaurant, defined by its deep blue, inspires a blue and golden colour palette for holiday décor.
The Palate Restaurant, defined by its deep blue, inspires a blue and golden colour palette for holiday décor.
A simple palette inspires the garland that dresses the staircase banisters. Art plays an integral part in the hotel's design, and so integrating the Christmas decorations in a way that accentuated these pieces was paramount. (Photos: Located Photography)

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