The Georgetown Jingle will showcase holiday décor by
Georgetown Jingle, an event held December 3 at the Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC, will celebrate design and the holiday season while raising funds for a good cause. Dozens of top area designers, Georgetown businesses and Washington Design Center showrooms will create and donate festive trees and tabletop displays for the event. Proceeds will benefit the Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program at Georgetown University Hospital.The event will feature a silent auction of designer Christmas trees, mantel décor and tabletop displays; a holiday boutique of hand-sewn stockings and tree skirts; tastings from a number of Georgetown restaurants; a children’s workshop; and a “giving tree” game of chance offering many special prizes.Dozens of area designers and showrooms will create signature displays for the Jingle. Tree displays will be auctioned in their entirety, while at least one item in every tabletop display will be donated for auction. Participating interior designers and design firms include Camille Saum, David Mitchell, Ernesto Santalla, Frank Babb Randolph, JDS Designs, Inc., Justine Sancho, Kelly Proxmire, McDonald & Associates Interior Design, Matt Swingly, Michael Roberson, Nestor Santa-Cruz, Pamela Ryder, Sandra Meyers, Annette Hannon and Victoria Neale. Sherry Donghia, vice president and creative director of Donghia Furniture and Textiles, will create the center tree at the event. Washington Design Center showrooms donating product to the silent auction and holiday boutique include Brunschwig & Fils, Stark, Donghia, Duralee/Highland Court, Foremost Appliances, Hines, Holly Hunt, Michael Cleary, Nancy Corzine, Odegard and Osborne & Little. Attendees can also shop for apparel and home fashions from such Georgetown purveyors as Gucci, Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers and Burberry.The Georgetown Jingle will take place on December 3 from 4 to 7 pm. Admission is $100 per person or $250 for a family of four. For more information on the Georgetown Jingle, visit www.georgetownjingle.com.