Decorative decorators like Janet and James have been turning their Christmas decorations into a Christmas story since the 1970s.
Now, the sisters are taking their ideas a step further with a new Christmas wall decor that they say is the first to feature pink and orange.
The Wall of Angels is a $3,000 project that is the brainchild of the Wall Sisters, who own and operate a business called The Wall Art.
The sisters were inspired by the colorful, white walls and other decorators at their sister shop, The Wall, which they said was one of the first businesses to incorporate traditional Christmas decorations.
“Our family used to decorate Christmas walls, and then we wanted to be able to use those same walls for our own purposes, so we had to get creative,” Janet Wall, owner of The Wall Arts and Crafts, said.
“So when we heard that we could decorate a wall in the shape of a flower, we were like, ‘Wow, this is a beautiful idea.'”
Janet Wall and her husband, James, began planning their project about eight years ago.
It took a while to find the right decorator, but once they did, they were able to create a wall that has more than 1,000 pieces and will be up for sale through Decatur, Georgia, based Art of Decor.
The wall is adorned with more than 100 flowers, including a pink star, blue and white snowflake, and a white and blue snowflake.
It’s designed with the help of art deco and design elements from the 1970’s.
“The idea of having all these different flowers, and the snowflakes and all that, that just kind of comes to life,” Janet said.
Janet and her sister have been decorating the wall for about four years now, and have been selling the art pieces for $3.99 apiece.
Janet Wall said they have also been able to turn some of the pieces into Christmas presents for their children, ages 10 to 17.
“We are excited to see what this will be used for and to see where it goes,” she said.
The new wall decor has been installed at The Wall in December and is currently being sold on the wall.
Janet said that some of her customers have asked to decorating their walls, but Janet and the Wall sisters said it’s never been their intention to do so.
“We just wanted to have a wall to decorates, and to do something for our children and to say that this is something they can take home and cherish,” Janet explained.
“It’s something they don’t get to do in their own home, but they get to say, ‘That’s what Christmas is about.'”