The BIG baubles trend for festive trees and how to get it right – the bigger the better!

On Christmas trees of 2020 the baubles are bigger than ever before
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  • It’s safe to say large Christmas baubles are bigger than ever this year! Both in quote the literal sense and in the popularity stakes. As we see more and more trees beginning to pop up on our Instagram and Facebook feeds there’s a clear winner when it comes to the decorating hero for 2020. Big baubles.

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    This Christmas size does matter when it comes to baubles…

    The Trend: Large Christmas baubles

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    They are the main ingredient to any well-dressed tree, we are of course talking about the humble Christmas bauble. And while we see different trends for colours and theme to suit the decor choices of the season, this year it’s more about size than anything else.

    We know you’re not going to overhaul your entire collection of baubles, but a few larger baubles  on this year’s tree mean you can update your look with minimal effort and cost.

    Wilko are leading the way with big baubles on the high street right now

    Where to buy large Christmas baubles

    Rococo Gold Glitter Bauble: £4, Wilko
    Measuring 20cm in diameter this gold baubles is sure to add a big presence to any tree. With a light glitter coating it’s a great choice for an out and out glam tree.

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    Magical Pink Glitter Bauble: £4, Wilko
    This large-scale pink glitter bauble is perfect for more fairytale decorating schemes of silver, white and pink.

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    Christmas tree with large baubles and bow tree topper

    Large baubles can be effortlessly interspersed with shaped tree ornaments to add interest – and play with the sense of scale.

    Magical Glitter Hanging Bauble, £4, Wilko
    Not as large as the previous designs but still a hearty enough size to make an impact. Also because it’s adorned in fabulous beads and sequins. Consider this the Strictly Come Dancing equivalent of a Christmas bauble.

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    Christmas tree

    Image credit: Cox & Cox

    A balanced arrangement is best, as Cox & Cox demonstrate perfectly with its styling. Mixing the ‘new’ large Christmas baubles alongside your regular collection is a great way to add an instant sense of drama to your tree decor this year.

    NEW Four Large Glittered Diamond Baubles: £32, Cox & Cox
    These soft gold baubles are great to add a hint of glam to your tree. Sold as a set of 4, they can offer a balanced coverage to nestle in with existing decorations.
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    Christmas Concepts Extra Large Shiny Disco Baubles: £9.99 set of 3, Amazon
    What could make more of a statement than extra large disco ball baubles! These are sure to get the Christmas party started!

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    Discover the latest decorating looks to make sure your Christmas tree looks its very best for the holidays. Read: Christmas tree trends 2020 – the most fashionable ways to dress the tree this year

    Large Christmas baubles spotting on Instagram

     

    A fine example of #bigbaubles .

    This thoughtfully decoration tree uses large gold baubles to adda more impactful  alternative colour.

    When adding statement baubles, always work in odd numbers to help give the tree balance.

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    Will your tree be adorned with oversized baubles this year?

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