Are You Hanging Up Your Stockings On The Wall?


In the words of Andy Williams, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! The Christmas shopping rush may be stressful, but when it comes to decorating our houses we can chill out and have a bit more fun. With these top ten Christmas decorations, you can accessorise you’re humble abode and make it as stylish as you are this holiday season.



The sprout isn’t everyone’s favourite vegetable, but they do look great embellishing this quirky green wreath. Available in an assortment of shapes, it is a great alternative to the traditional Christmas door hanging. £39



This vintage DIY Do Not Open Until 25 December paper chain by East of India, is a traditional, fun and classic way to accessorise a cosy festive home.

John Lewis: £4.50



Nothing sings Christmas like this Christmas Pudding Cushion. It’s a truly comfortable way to decorate your chair or sofa, and is a great way to help you relax after a long day’s festivities. Now £12



This festive vintage sign says it all really…

John Lewis: £10



These three simple black and white ceramic baubles are a lovely way to give your tree a classic, heritage appearance.

Paperchase: £6.00


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This Merry Christmas bunting made from assorted patterned materials is a pretty but simple way to decorate your walls.

Accessorize: £15


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These glitzy peacock baubles are a contemporary way to make your Christmas tree sparkle and shine.

Zara Home: £9.99



This sparkly Lit Gold Garland would look fabulous on many surfaces, particularly on a mantelpiece. Its fairy light glow will make many a home feel cosy.

Next: £22



This jolly Nordic collection XMAS sign will look great on any surface and adds a funky festive feel with is assorted patterns.

Dunelm: £4.99


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These ornate Mercurised Jars are a beautiful addition to your room, whether it be a modern or antique furnished home.

Zara Home: £17.99 and £19.99

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