How To Get The Best Looking House This Christmas

Over the years we have edged further away from tacky Christmas decorations to colour schemes and less tinsel, mainly for the purpose of Instagram. We have pieced together some gorgeous themes to use for your Christmas home decorations this year, which is sure to make all of your guests envious.




Gold Christmas Garland £11.99

An absolutely essential item to get on your fireplace, doorway or stair bannister is a gorgeous green and gold garland.


Gold Christmas Wreath £29.99  

The next thing to put in your basket is a gold wreath for the front door.


Next Gold Mixed Baubles and Glitter Stags £10

We recommend that you get yourself some of these gorgeous mixed shatterproof baubles from Next which contain 10 different gold bauble designs, including glitter stags.




Next Silver Filled Shaker Baubles £8 

First of all, you cannot have a silver themed house without having these amazing glitter-filled shaker baubles from Next on your Christmas tree.


Hobbycraft Silver Christmas Sequin Finish Bow £3.50

Christmas decorating doesn’t always mean silver tinsel. Nowadays, you have so many other options to choose from, such as silver bows and silver stars. Hobbycraft sells the perfect silver Christmas bows which you can stick anywhere around your house, be it on your fireplace, mirrors, or tree.



Why not get a little bit creative and get involved with some crafting this year by spray painting some pine cones from the garden with silver spray? Place them anywhere around the house to add a little winter foliage.



Let’s talk cushions and blankets. Walk into any store this winter and we guarantee that you will set your eyes on a red pair of cushions or cosy blanket as soon as you step foot inside.


M&S Fairisle Fleece Throw £39.50

M&S currently sell the softest and cosiest Fairisle red fleece blanket, which you can throw over your sofa or bed.


Maisons du Monde Berry Garland £15.59 

The last classic red item you need in your home this Christmas is some bright red berries which you can place on your mantelpiece, tree, windowsill or dining table.




Words: Steph Hazlegreaves



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