Holidays in Philly

Call for nominations: Which Philly office has the best holiday decor?

Send us pics of your seasonal interior design upgrades.

City Hall looking snazzy #billypenngram

City Hall looking snazzy #billypenngram

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Being kind to others, coming together with family and remembering to be thankful for what we have are all wonderful parts of the winter holiday season in America. The other really great thing? Decorations.

This country’s obsession with seasonal decor explodes around Christmastime, and everything from the grandest municipal building to the most humdrum cubicle becomes a whirlwind of cozy merriment.

What’s that look like in Philly? We’re on a hunt for the best tricked-out workplaces in town.

Whether your job takes you daily to a giant office complex or a little nook behind the living room, to an industrial kitchen or a hospital corridor, we want to know what it looks like right now. Submit your office for consideration, and we’ll showcase the best of the bunch at the end of the week, just in time to head home with bragging rights.

Two ways to send us your info:

  1. Email tips@billypenn.com with a description of the space (where it is, who decorated it, what you love about it) and attach a photo.
  2. Fill out the form below and then upload a photo to our Dropbox here (be sure to name your photo something that lets us know whose it is).

We’re accepting entries through end of day Thursday, Dec. 20. Bring on the holiday cheer.

Want some more? Explore other Holidays in Philly stories.

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