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Ryan Bailey from Mountain View Community Church in Frederick, MD brings us this nice, warm Christmas look.
From Ryan: Our worship space wasn’t originally really designed to be a permanent worship space, but more of a multi-purpose room that has, over time, become our permanent space. As a result, stage design can be a bit tricky for us. Since our first rows of seats are quite close to the stage area, things that work well on larger scales where people are farther away (crumpled up chicken wire, etc.) end up looking like… well… crumpled up chicken wire… when your seats are close up. So we’ve tended to focus on designs that lean more toward the rustic, home-y side of things, while still looking modern and not quite traditional.
Years - Couple - Designs - Pallet - Trees
A few years ago we did a couple of designs using pallet trees, etc., and in the process we added the black curtains and Edison bulb strands, which added a ton of depth to our stage. For this year we wanted to do something different, and we ended up being loosely inspired by Cratemas, but obviously on a much different scale.
The biggest challenge for this design was tracking down the crates themselves. We found some in various sizes that we liked in a weathered grey color from Home Depot and Micheal’s Arts and...
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