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Hand Off Holiday Decorating By Enlisting One of These Seasonal Pros

The most wonderful time of the year can also be the most stressful. These local companies can deck your halls in style–just be sure to contact them early.
Holiday Warehouse decoration
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Baker Design Group

This interior design group offers a range of holiday services, from whole-home install and takedown to custom tabletop arrangements. (They can incorporate your existing decor, too.) Prefer the DIY route? With a few clicks, get a curated collection shipped to your door, ready to install.

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Navy Blooms

This floral design firm will outfit your tree, mantle, or porch in the style of your choosing, with optional takedown service. For a fee, owner Keely Vendig will also organize and label your items so they’re ready to stow away. Short on space? She can store them for you, too!

Holiday Warehouse

The Plano megastore offers bespoke residential design for select clients. Walk the store with the staff to choose your pieces—or let them work their magic—then sit back and watch them sprinkle the holiday spirit throughout your home.

Mary Cates & Co.

You may already know that Mary Cates & Co. is a go-to resource for holiday staples, from ornaments and stockings to custom wreaths and artisan-made Santas. But did you know they also offer full-service in-home decor? For inspiration, pop by their annual Christmas show on Oct. 8.

Heidi Arwine Interiors

Looking to overhaul your holiday look? The team at Heidi Arwine Interiors helps a select number of clients create and source a complete design scheme they love, then perform a stress-free install and takedown.

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