The Dewberry’s holiday décor is a highly anticipated affair, cherished by guests and locals, alike. In collaboration with a discerning partner, each year The Living Room transforms into a captivating holiday wonderland that evokes the spirit of the season. Discover the designs of The Dewberry’s holiday décor over the years.


We partnered with Schumacher, the venerable American design house known for its eye-catching textiles and wallpapers, to create the 2023 holiday tree and décor. The Living Room transformed into a celebration of textiles with a menagerie of red fabric slipcovers and custom trimmings set aglow with a bow-crowned fir tree. The decor was complimented by The Red Tassel: a delightfully festive cocktail crafted by our masters behind the brass bar.


Beloved floral and event designer, Lewis Miller Design created an exotic and sumptuous take on traditional holiday greenery in the iconic Living Room incorporating a gemstone palette of vibrant turquoise, amethyst, and ruby. Hotel guests and visitors alike discovered hidden butterflies, a clutch of exquisitely wrapped presents, botanicals, and silk flowers.


Van Wyck & Van Wyck, the internationally renowned event and design firm, transformed the hotel with a beautiful design inspired by an icy, winter landscape. The celebrated event designer Bronson van Wyck along with sister and Charlestonian Mimi van Wyck, brought a touch of the North Pole’s wintery mix to the South.


Founder and creative director of House & Parties, Rebecca Gardner, honored The Dewberry’s historic Kennedy-commissioned building with décor evocative of the holidays in the 1960s. The exterior served as an artful nod to the President and his tenacious race to space, with a magical installation of atomic age constellations and starbursts, while the interiors featured a retro curtsy that made it a glamorous destination for fun.