Cityscapes’ Holiday Elf: FOUND

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That’s right… The missing Cityscapes Holiday Elf has been found alive in New Hampshire.  Also discovered was some amateur footage showing his recent adventures north of Massachusetts.  Click here or on the picture above to see what he has been up to for the past week.

Now that Cityscapes can (hopefully) keep an eye on their holiday mascot, follow along with all of his adventures here on the Cityscapes blog or on our Facebook Page

Give us a call today to bring the elf by for a free holiday consultation!

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Breaking News: Have You Seen The Cityscapes Elf?

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Click HERE for the latest updates on the Cityscapes Holiday Elf

Check in with Cityscapes every week for updates on this breaking story,

and in the meantime, call us today for a free consultation for holiday decorations in your lobby, office, interior or exterior!

Cityscapes Holiday Elf!

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Keep an eye out for the Cityscapes Elf this season as he adventures around the city preparing for the holidays!

Follow his adventures every Friday through the New Year!

 

 

Cityscapes Hosts First Holiday Showroom Open House of 2014!

On Wednesday, August 20th, Cityscapes started the holiday celebrations a few months early by inviting clients to view our Holiday 2014 designs!  Our familiar themes from past years were on display as well as new themes Jack Frost, Metallica and Almond Joy!  It’s never too early to start the holiday cheer!  Contact us today to discuss the right holiday design for you!

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Cityscapes Wins Big at the PIA International Awards Gala

The Plantscape Industry Alliance International Awards Gala was held on July 14, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio.  Cityscapes is proud to announce that we were the winner of the Gold Award for Holiday 2013 at one of Boston’s largest office buildings!

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Cityscapes’ 2013 Holiday

 

 

It was another successful holiday season here at Cityscapes as we helped decorate Greater Boston inside and out.  Our design team came up with some truly creative new schemes and designs to fit the needs of each space specifically.  Check out the whole gallery at our Holiday Décor page!

It is never too early to get your lobby set up for next year’s holiday season! Call us today and have a safe and Happy New Year!

Office Plants Magazine

Are you in the holiday spirit?!  Cityscapes sure is!  Check out this month’s issue of Office Plants Magazine.  The Holiday tree featured on the cover was installed by Cityscapes in 2007 in Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall!  Take a look at the magazine at http://www.pageturnpro.com/Johnson-Fediw-Associates/38092-Office-Plants-Magazine-December-2013/index.html#1 

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Come Visit our Showrooms!

Come check out Cityscapes’ amazing holiday showroom and greenhouse showroom anytime! Take a look at some of the newest designs and pieces in the interior plant and holiday decor industries!

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Hanging Ornament Sculptures

Our new hanging ornament sculptures are a hit for the holidays!  Perfect for interior displays, add these to your holiday decor this season for a sleek look that will have everyone in the seasonal spirit!

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Pumpkins as Seasonal Succulent Planters

Check out this this fun, creative idea in the LA Times about incorporating pumpkins into your plants for the Fall season! http://www.latimes.com/home/la-lh-pumpkin-succulents-planter-photos-20131023,0,46168.photogallery#axzz2jmwO39wp

Laura Eubanks from Design for Seren­ity said she conceived the pumpkin planter idea three years ago after wanting to do something different with Trader Joe’s pumpkins. Her process involves gluing sphagnum moss and succulents to the pumpkin rather than cutting it open, to prolong the life of the pumpkin. The succulents, she says, don’t mind the glue — even if you’re using a hot glue gun to set the design quickly.  Visit her website at http://designforserenity.com/

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