This is a rather new plant in our garden, though I don't think it's all that new on the market. It is a deciduous holly with a splashed variegation. There are plenty of variegated hollies, but they tend more to the edged types and most that we have are Ilex aquifolium which is only marginally hardy here. They are lovely, but after 4 years, still tiny at only about 2 feet tall each and require a burlap wrap for the winter in our zone 6 climate. This one is a small shrub and quite noticeable. Can't remember the berry color, and since it's still dark outside, I'm not going out right now to check. Red or orange, probably, though we have several with white berries. I think I'll tell you a bit about them tomorrow.
Weird weather here this winter so far. We've had horrible cold, and then recently had a day where the temperature hit 70 and I was out weeding in a t-shirt. Now that's my idea of a Christmas present.