Sneak a Peek Inside the L’Esprit de Noël Home Tour, Nov 16-17

The Central City Opera Guild and Denver’s best designers and florists are putting the finishing touches on the L’Esprit de Noël Holiday Home Tour. Six Belcaro and Bonnie Brae homes have been trimmed with the most festive and fashionable decor our experts could cook up, and their doors are open to you November 16-17! Reserve last minute tickets here

Central City Opera takes you inside one of the six architecturally iconic homes for a first look at some of this year’s lovely seasonal decor.

In it’s 42nd year, L’Esprit de Noël has become a quintessential Denver tradition. Thousands of visitors explore several architecturally and historically compelling homes decorated for the holidays. It’s a wonderful way to support local arts while getting in the spirit of the season! Visitors are encouraged to bring their family and friends and draw inspiration for their own holiday decorating.

For decades, L’Esprit de Noël has raised funds to help support programs of Central City Opera, including the summer Festival, historic preservation, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists Training Program and year-round education programs.  

Central City Opera and the Guild thank the L’Esprit de Noël homeowners for lending us their homes for this tour, not to mention the teams of incredibly talented florists and table designers whose work is being showcased. Thank you, also, to the donors, sponsors, advertisers and volunteers who make this tour happen each and every year.

We can’t wait to see you there!

2018 Sponsors

Gold: The City of Glendale, Kristin & Jim Bender, Barbara Ferguson; Silver: Dan Fead of LIV Sotheby’s, Pamela Todd of Megastar Financial; Bronze: AssuredPartners Colorado, Boa Construction, Inc., Denise & Jim Sanderson, Karen & Andrew Ritz, Suzie & Marty Erzinger, Margaret & Stan Baker; Media: The Denver Post, Colorado Expression, The Villager Newspaper and Bonnie Brae Living

 

Designers & Florists

Birdsall and Co, City Floral, Flower Power, Plum Sage Flowers, Swanky Bastard, The Tended Thicket, Dwell Antiques, Homebody, T is for Table and The Lark

 

By Margaret Siegrist

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