What if your house looks like a movie theater?
That’s what you’ll get with the Holiday House of the Americas, a new Christmas decorating and decorating studio in North Carolina that promises to “show the true beauty of Christmas” in a way no one has ever done before.
The company says its Holiday House decorates in real-time, creating the “authentic feel of the season.”
The studio is run by an eclectic mix of people, including artists and craftsmen who have been decorating houses for generations.
The studio will be open from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1.
The company will have about 15 people working on the project.
The studio was founded by former North Carolina state Sen. Chris Holtschneider, who was in the spotlight after the 2014 murder of Democratic state Rep. Debbie Lewis, a former teacher and activist who was murdered while delivering a speech at a North Carolina church.
Holtschkeider is a member of the Christian Coalition, the Republican Party and has been described as “the most influential conservative politician in North America.”
Holtscheider was the first Republican state lawmaker to endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
He’s also a prolific social media presence, tweeting and posting his thoughts on social media.