It’s never too late to add some Christmas magic to your home
Galvanised containers paired with artisan crockery and a mossy runner will bring a relaxed charm to the Christmas table. Add a final festive touch by placing red berries in glass vases.
In the red
Give red painted chairs a Christmas makeover by attaching antlers to either side. Add a beautifully wrapped present tied with a bow and an oversized golden bauble to add a sprinkle of glamour.
Santa Claus is coming to town
Make sure Santa stops by your house this year by creating an adorable festive display. Sprinkle wooden trays with a handful of fake snow, glittery reindeer and a tipple for the main man for a sweet display.
The DIY tree
Don’t have space for a Norway spruce or Fraser fir? Add a festive flourish to living rooms by creating a Christmas tree out of envelopes or pretty pieces of fabric. This will make a great alternative to the traditional advent calendar, too. Place in hallways or next to a fireplace.
Deck the halls
Throwing a Christmas dinner party? Make sure you dress your table in style by tying fir branches and glittery baubles to the back of chairs with a pretty ribbon.
A final flourish
If you’ve kept things simple with a minimalist entwined wreath hung above a fireplace, add some sparkle by filling a wicker basket with copious amounts of Christmas tree baubles.
Bring out the bunting
Garlands and paper chains are a quick and easy way to add some festive fun to a room. Set the scene for a festive cocktail party with a colourful string of bunting. For the finishing touch, pick up on the green of the tree and red of the garland in the ribbons tied around the presents, for a seasonal look.
The festive fireplace
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If you need a quick-fix, dressing up a fireplace couldn’t be easier. Add greenery, church candles and twigs adorned with shimmering Christmas decorations for instant imapact.
The guest room
If you’ve got friends or family coming to stay over Christmas, make sure your guest room is looking suitably festive by stringing fairy lights above the headboard and placing a stocking at the foot of the bed.