Tan France with his Christmas tree that he has already put up.
When it comes to Christmas festivities, there tend to be two distinct camps of people: Those who play Mariah Carey on repeat from September and those who don’t want to hear the “C-word” until Advent. This year, those in the former are wanting some festive cheer earlier than ever. Tan France even put up his Christmas tree before Halloween this year, and I can’t blame him. With stores shut down across the country, we’re unable to browse Christmas halls this year and have to shop for our trees, wreaths and festive pieces online.
So if you’re ready to tuck into mince pies and start watching Home Alone, keep scrolling to see the chicest Christmas decorations I’ve found that are so beautiful you’ll want to put them up already. And with rapid delivery times on many of these items, you could have that tree up by the weekend and turn your bedroom into a chic ski lodge. And you’ll get absolutely no judgement from me.
So put on that Mariah for the next five minutes, and then keep scrolling for ideas for how to turn your home into your own stylish grotto this year.
For the Tree
Arket Honeycomb Ornaments 6 Cm (£6)
Of course Arket creates the chicest decs.
Liberty Christmas Figures Tree Decorations Box of 12 (£45)
If you like your tree to be a little bit tacky.
Arket Honeycomb Ornaments 5 Cm (£6)
I think I’m going to cover my tree in these.
Arket Felt So Good Prawn (£7)
Yes, that is a festive prawn.
John Lewis & Partners Impressionism Feather Filled Bauble, White (£6)
John Lewis & Partners Impressionism Bell Star Tree Decoration, Silver (£6)
For an elegant, minimal vibe.
Soho Home Rosendale Baubles White, Set of Six (£45)
Yes, those are Soho Home decorations.
Arket Honeycomb Ornaments 7.5 Cm (£8)
I had to include some more Arket decorations.
Zara Home Glass Christmas Bauble (£6)
These come in lots of colours.
H&M 2-Pack Christmas Tree Baubles (£4)
Yes I’m obsessed with this style of bauble.
For Around the House
Cox and Cox Indoor Outdoor Pre-Lit Faux Olive Tree (£120)
I would like this in my house all year.
Zara Home Christmas Wreath (£26)
Trust me—you need to look at Zara’s Christmas section.
John Lewis & Partners Impressionism Pre-Lit Star Wreath (£20)
John Lewis & Partners Art Nouveau Willow Spray, Blue (£6)
For a more subtle take on decorations.
John Lewis & Partners Premier Decorations Wreath With Berries and Leaves (£45)
H&M Pompom Garland (£10)
I’d put these along my staircase.
Cox and Cox Succulent & Eucalyptus Garland (£45)
These will come back in stock in December.
John Lewis & Partners + Swoon Lovelace Bar Cart, Gold (£399)
A bar cart counts as decorations, right? An essential for a Christmas at home.
H&M Wool-Blend Blanket (£25)
Give your sofa a festive touch.
Zara Home Light-Up Wreath (£30)
I told you Zara Home was amazing this year.
Zarahome Tumbler With Skier Print Transfer (£5)
This is so cute!
Zara Home Checked Cushion Cover. (£19.99)
For those who want festive bedding this year.
For the Table
Arket Honeycomb Table Decoration 24 Cm (£18)
A gorgeous centrepiece.
Soho Home Candlestick (£30)
The definition of fabulous.
John Lewis & Partners Round Beaded Placemat, Graphite (£10)
Add some sparkle to your dinner table.
R+D.LAB Set of Two Calice Wine Glasses (£120)
If you’re looking to splurge.
H&M Patterned Cotton Tablecloth (£18)
For a traditional festive look.
Charles Farris Tapered Dinner Candles, Pack of 12, Red (£16)
Sticking to the red theme.
H&M Cotton Table Runner (£7)
This would look amazing with a rustic wooden dining table.
Waterford Elegance Crystal Champagne Coupe Glasses, 230ml, Set of 2 (£60)
Get the champers ready.
Angela Wickstead Set of Four Scalloped-Edge Linen Napkins (£205)
Yes, we know these are a real investment.
Cire Trudon Gabriel Scented Candle, 270g (£75)
One of my favourite candles to burn at this time of year.
Jo Malone London Online Exclusive Cracker Collection (£64)
Jo Malone crackers will make any table setting so much better.
H&M Marble Bowls and Tray (£25)
For all those Christmas nibbles.
Next up, see our guide to the key trends for autumn/winter 2020.
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