Aldik Home offers beautiful silk decorative items—from floral to foliage to trees—in a 24,000-square-foot showroom in Van Nuys.
- Written byLaura Watts
Aldik Home offers beautiful silk decorative items—from floral to foliage to trees—in a 24,000-square-foot showroom in Van Nuys. For more than 40 years, Aldik Home has worked with homeowners, designers and studios to create silk floral that enhances any environment. The store’s design team creates stunning floral arrangements in either the customer’s container or one of theirs. Starting October 1, the showroom is transformed into a spectacular Christmas wonderland. More than 50 beautifully decorated Christmas trees, decorated with stunning ornaments, floral and ribbon, join with Santas, angels and Christmas decorations to create a fantastic holiday display. Aldik Home features more than 70 of the finest artificial Christmas trees in the “Christmas Tree Lot.”
What makes your firm unique in this industry?
“We have the biggest selection of beautiful, realistic silk floral and foliage in the country. Over 150 kinds of completely realistic artificial succulents alone are featured on our ‘living’ succulent walls. A huge variety of containers and home accessories are featured with the thousands of styles of silk floral and foliage. In addition, there are many potted flowers and foliage, hand-crafted silk trees and gorgeous silk flower arrangements on display.”
What is the most valuable service you offer to clients?
“We offer fantastic customer service to do-it-yourselfers who need assistance choosing among the many styles of silk floral available. Our design team will design custom silk floral or custom silk trees for any setting. We deliver silk trees and arrangements throughout Los Angeles and provide set-up in the customer’s house. At Christmas time, we deliver Christmas trees and shape and set them up in customer’s homes.”
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