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  • Writer's pictureNicola Cummins

Deck the halls - will it be Traditional, Boho or Art Nouveau?

Updated: Apr 1, 2022

Christmas is going to be different this year, that's for sure. Here's a few pretty decorations for the table and for the tree, to add a touch of cosy. Transform your home into a magical festive space with the best high-street and independent picks.


How to create the look: Keep colours muted in cream, gold and red, add tartans, feathers and paper textures.

Zara - wreath

Anthropologie - Honeycomb candle

Zara - Napkin rings / Linen napkins

John lewis - Toadstool bauble


How to create the look: Choose natural materials, soft shades, glass and greenery - think natural, pale shades and create a fresh botanical look.

H&M -Wreath

Anthropologie - Honey Vase

OBJECT STYLE -Ceramic Serving tray

SHEFFIELD MAKERS - Star suncatcher


How to create the look: Make way for luxurious furs, hammered metals and icy blue décor.

JOULES - wreath

MARMORPAPERIE - ceramic bauble

NKUKU - candelabra

JOHN LEWIS - santa bauble

GRAHAM AND GREEN - dutch townhouse lanterns

GRAHAM AND GREEN - Fur seat pad

I've chosen a few key trends this year, these decorations should fit in with your existing décor, so there's no need to replace what you have, just add a few more, or simply edit down your selections! With so many great looks out there at the moment, anything goes really - which one will you choose?

If you'd like some help with styling your home this festive season, for advice on where to put a tree or how to make your home feel a bit more magical - don't forget that a 1 hour 'Style Session' could help you with that, I'll be able to give you loads of ideas 'virtually' within our hour together with tips & suggestions, you'll come away feeling energised, and excited about shopping your home.

Happy decorating!

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