The league is preparing for its 14th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes, which is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
It features the homes of Gavin and Chantel Adams at 605 Shelter Cove in BridgeMill, Chris and Lisa Brown at 220 Morning Mist Way in Towne Lake Hills North, Todd and Jennifer Nelson at 4010 Sunhill Court in Towne Lake Hills East and Mike and Jane Hines at 7027 Hunters Ridge in Deer Run.
New this year are candlelight tours from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday at the Nelson and Brown homes.
Tickets are $17 if purchased in advance online at www.jslwoodstock.org or at Pineapple Park in downtown Woodstock or the Towne Lake BP.
Tickets are $20 the days of the tour and available at all of the homes on the tour, said Nicole Flint, the tour co-chairwoman.
The league hopes to raise at least $16,000 through the event, Ms. Flint said, noting last year's event generated $13,000. Proceeds benefit local charities supported by the league.
Both Ms. Flint and fellow co-chairwoman, Allie Hill, said the designers have creative holiday ideas in store for all who take the tour.
"I hope people come out to give back to Cherokee County charities that benefit children," Mrs. Hill said.
The Adams home, designed by Ms. Flint, who owns Divine Living Interiors, is filled with nature-inspired decorations.
The Christmas tree in the living room features more than 700 ornaments with handmade garland covered in berries and plaid ribbons that compliment the red and gold tones.
Ms. Flint accented the kitchen with a handmade garland on the table and a berry-covered garland on the chandelier.
In the downstairs powder room, a mirror is decorated with a wreath made of wood shavings. Smaller Christmas trees flank the home, and in one of two playrooms, a smaller Christmas tree is decorated with button ornaments. Ms. Flint noted one of the children's rooms includes a button-covered frame and she wanted to tie the decor into the tree.
In the basement, a Winter Wonderland theme will greet tourists, as the chandelier is covered with a snowy garland and snowflakes.
The Hines home in Deer Run features holiday decor that mirrors its "rustic elegance," said Betty Anderson, owner of Fun Finds & Designs.
The Christmas tree in the living room has a bird motif with acorn accents and plaid. In the dining room, the designers used a red-and-white French countryside theme.
Those on the tour will have a taste of Christmas in every room of the Nelson home.
Designed by the Chattahoochee Technical College Program for Interior Design students, each room has a Christmas carol theme, and the carol will be playing in each room.
"They always come up with great ideas," interiors instructor Ginger Burton said of her students.
Highlights include the foyer adorned with a "Nutcracker" theme, and the guest bedroom, which has a "Silent Night" theme, including ornaments that create a celestial feel hanging from the bedpost.
In the basement, a "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" theme greets tourists as they make their way through Santa's workshop and office. Santa's workshop is filled with handmade toys made by Nelson's father.
Mrs. Nelson, the external affairs director at Chattahoochee Tech, said she's excited to watch her home be transformed for the tour.
"It's been fun having the students in the house," she said.
An "all-natural" theme will also greet visitors of The Brown Home, which is filled with ornaments inspired by the wild, including birds and bears.
Designed by Designing Women, the home will give visitors a "comfortable, yet elegant" feel when the walk into the door, said Shelley Herod, one of the designers tasked with transforming the home into a Christmas delight.
"It has a lot of natural elements in it," she added.
On the living room Christmas tree, feather and leaf ornaments pepper the roughly 10-foot tree. In the music room, a smaller Christmas tree is decked out with horn, trumpet and violin ornaments.
The dining room continues the theme with orange and green hues and a centerpiece featuring a small sleigh blends.
Upstairs in the "hang-out room" for daughter Sydney, a 1960s-themed Christmas tree gives a groovy spin on the holiday. Bright orange and green and peace signs are prominent on the tree.
The basement features another nature-themed Christmas tree with small ornaments resembling acorns, bears, birds and leaves, with a small toy raccoon nestled under the tree.
Ms. Herod said she hopes people will start the holiday season by taking the tour.
"It gives them ideas while the needy are benefiting," she added.