While decorating with traditional red and green will always be a favourite at Christmas, every year sees new, emerging festive trends that can influence how we dress our homes for the season.
This Christmas is all about injecting some personality - think fun, bright and quirky. While a theme is always welcomed, don't be afraid to go against the grain.
Embrace our warm weather and and add a touch of summer to your outdoor setting this year with greenery, tropical prints -and just a touch of the traditional tinsel.
If you're heading to the beach, have fun with the collectables at your disposal by including the min your decorations.
Use seashells to decorate your dining table, tie bunches of tropical flowers to traditional Christmas decorations or string together vines, seagrass and seashells to make coastal inspired tinsel.
Celebrate Christmas with all the beach and summer colours you can think of. Go bright with white.White Christmas Trees look gorgeous in aShabby Chic and White Beach Cottage environment. But no matter what colour your Christmas tree is, why not have some fun with whimsical ornaments.
Nothing screams Christmas more than some statement lights.Whether you choose colourful, craft-inspired designs made from materials like felt and wood, or the more exquisite, delicate-to-touch string designs, usually in copper, your lights should definitely take centre stage this season.
Whatever flower arrangement you choose, no Christmas bouquet is complete without sprinkles of glitter this festive season. With bringing the outside in more prevalent than ever, ensure you deck out your home with floral arrangements, and by that we mean a gorgeous floral display in the hallway - why not entwine a floral garland along the staircase, frame a mirror or hang up a wreath - and similarly, use florals to create a spectacular table centrepiece in your living room.
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