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    Leaflike turns Santa green at Hilton Birmingham Metropole

    Leaflike has swapped Santa’s traditional red suit for an on-trend moss-green alternative, and it’s attracting quite a lot of attention…

    santa in a moss green suit by leaflike

    Hot off the heels of its eye-catching display at The Brit List Awards 2021, as Decorative Partner, Leaflike has just unveiled yet another green-fingered installation as part of a spectacular festive display.

    Each year, Leaflike creates seasonal showstoppers and festive floral displays, and this year is no exception as its creative ‘Green Santa’ display is stealing the show at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole. Creating a festive focal point in the lobby, its also becoming the most photographed Santa in town!

    “The best thing about this Christmas scene is creating something different by design,” said Brandon Abernethie, Head of Design, Leaflike. “Watching the vision become a reality and most importantly making it a successful installation for the customer, ultimately enhancing the arrival experience for their guests and seeing the magic unfold when the public react by taking photos!”

    Made from reused wooden reels, and then covered in live planting, the tree itself is sustainable and can be recycled and repurposed once the festive season is merely a memory. All this, together with a little Christmas magic and Santa in his environmentally friendly green moss suit, makes for the perfect green Christmas photo opportunity.

    > Since you’re here, why not check out the biophilic design, created by Leaflike, inside Pan Pacific London?

    Leaflike is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

    Main image credit: Leaflike

    Pauline Brettell / 29.11.2021


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