It’s November, which means it’s officially Christmas content time. I’ve basically been waiting to start this from way back in October, and knew once Halloween was packed up and out of the building, I could get my baubles out.
Today I wanted to share seven of my
With a distinctly opulent theme running throughout the Next Christmas collection, gold is teamed with forest green, teal and navy. Expect a mix of high shine metallics, frosted bronze shades, and textured baubles to hang from the tree.
You can view the full Next Christmas collection by clicking here.
Next up, we have one of my must-visit supermarkets when it comes to all things homeware – Sainsbury’s. Continuing its success when it comes to stylish and affordable interior decor, the store presents five collections this season; Forest Hideaway, Midnight Opulence, Very Merry Christmas, Winter’s Mist, and Woodland’s Christmas. Definitely something to check out when you’re next doing the food shop.
You can check out where your local Sainsbury’s Home store is by clicking here.
British homeware store, Dunelm, takes a trip deep into the woodlands this Christmas. From tartan prints to pop-pom hat wearing hedgehogs, this forest inspired range is perfect for the more traditional of homes. Spanning dining, bedding, wreaths, tree decorations and so much more, Dunelm has got Christmas wrapped up.
Discover the full Christmas collection from Dunelm by clicking here.
Marks & Spencer
Walk into a winter wonderland this Christmas with Marks & Spencer. Green is the colour of the season, with traditional shades team with mint, frosted olive and pastels. Does anyone else feel like it’s not really Christmas unless you do a little shop at M&S? A Christmas eve tradition is always dashing to my local store, panicking buying some last minute gifts, including the classic pigs in blankets, but maybe that’s just me and my unorganised self.
You can find the full Christmas collection, from food to decorations, at Marks & Spencer by clicking here.
George at Asda
Now, I have to be honest and say I have a soft spot for this collection already, as this was the range I styled for my recent shoot in Style at Home Magazine. A collection of blush pink, rose gold and silver, the tree decorations are a mix of traditional baubles and kitsch pieces like toy camels and mini stockings. My theme this year is going to be pink and bronze so I can’t wait to head to Asda (my usual must-visit destination for all things Christmas) and pick up some new tree additions.
The full George at Asda collection can be found by clicking here.
Now, I’d hardly expect anything less than an eclectic Christmas from interiors haven, Homesense. From peacock wreaths to iridescent baubles, this range is perfect for the bolder of homes. The beauty of Homesense is that you can pick up everything from kitchenware to a new sofa, dining room chairs, faux flowers, and everything in between. I can also bet you’ll pick up things you never knew you even needed – like the two-foot wooden toy soldier I thought would be a good idea last Christmas.
Locate your nearest Homesense store by clicking here.
One of the most affordable places on the high street to by Christmas decorations has to be Wilko. With a blush pink and rose gold theme this season, you can expect traditional decorations – baubles, stars and reindeers – rather than anything ultra trendy or breaking the Christmas mould. The great thing about Wilko is that you can not only grab your decorations, but all your wrapping paper, bags, stationary, batteries and a few stocking fillers while you’re there.
Discover the full Wilko Christmas collection by clicking here.
So there you have it – the full rundown of my