2014 Boston Flower & Garden Show
2014 marks our design team’s 21st year as lighting designers for the Boston Flower & Garden Show. We are honored and pleased to be part of this great event that brings a little bit of Spring to Boston after a cold, wintry season.
This year’s show was, as always, wonderful! The creative displays of beautiful flowers and outdoor scenes by the exhibiting businesses and organizations brought the exhibit hall to life and of course, the lighting gave it a feeling of warmth and realism that made you forget it was still Winter outside!
If you live in the Boston area we hope you were able to attend the show and see for yourself the beautiful displays, but if you didn’t we’ve compiled a small collection for you to view and enjoy.
Interiors by M.S. (Maria Sadeck) won the “Best of Show” Award for this stunning outdoor garden display complete with working fireplace and sitting area.
Samantha’s Garden took this year’s theme “Romance in the Garden” into serious consideration when planning their display. The swing bed surrounded by a plush garden display looked utterly inviting!
The Newport Flower Show display is one many longtime visitors look forward to each year, and this year they did not disappoint. Their intricately detailed train display featuring a mini replica of a Newport Mansion was a crowd favorite.
Click here to view additional exhibit photos.
If you were able to attend this year’s show we would like to hear from you. Comment below and tell us which exhibit was your favorite and what you look forward to seeing each year you attend.
To view some “behind the scenes” footage of the show, and our own Nancy Goldstein “rolling” her way around the show getting things ready, click here for a video clip from a local news station.
To learn more about Light Positive, schedule a lunch-and-learn presentation, or discuss lighting solutions for your projects, please contact us directly at 781-631-2502. We also hope you’ll visit our website to view our project galleries, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.