The Women’s Committee of the Pasadena Symphony Association hosted the 43rd Annual Holiday Look In home tour and Holiday Boutique this weekend. This year the committee of over thirty volunteers selected four unique homes, two in the historic district of San Marino and Pasadena, both originally developed by railroad magnate Henry Huntington.
The designers did a magnificent job of bringing out the homes natural beauty with the delicate touches of flowers and generous holiday decor. The rustic smell of the wood burning in the fireplace and holiday music playing in the background brought forth the peaceful warmth of the holiday season.
For the minimal price of $35.00 people stood in lines out the door for their moment to walk-thru these architecturally diverse masterpieces. The Library District of San Marino offered two styles from different end of the spectrum. One, a contemporary home built in 2007, the other a Spanish Colonial Villa. The Oak Knoll district of Pasadena featured two homes in the styles of French Normandy and French Country.
Proceeds from the Holiday Look In Home Tour support the Pasadena Symphony’s commitment to help bring music education and engagement to the San Gabriel Valley. To support the Pasadena Symphony you can visit http://theorchestras.org/