Whether you’re starting new traditions or keeping the conventional look for your Christmas style this year, we’ve got the Christmas decorating ideas for you. Greens, metallic, pastels or neutrals? Dazzling decorations, classic baubles or kitsch tinsel? It doesn’t matter if you’ve already made up your mind or still can’t decide on your seasonal style, within our four Christmas decorating trends we’ve got something we know you’ll love to add to your home this festive season…
Disco Christmas Decorating Trend
Celestial Christmas Decorating Trend
Bring dark colours and luscious textures to your home this season with the Celestial Christmas decorating trend. Inspired by intergalactic glamour and futuristic flourishes, think metallic touches and geometric lines. The ideal Christmas decorating trend for festive dinner parties, this dark and moody look will bring sophisticated style to any space. Keep decorations pared back to 2 or 3 colours, and look to subtle statement pieces such a star centrepieces to add the something special.
Snowdrift Christmas Decorating Trend
Breathe fresh air into your home this festive season with the ice white Snowdrift Christmas decorating trend. Bright and refreshing, think a blank white canvas with hints of green foliage such as eucalyptus with a sprinkling of sparkle. Golden metallics sit next to shades of silver, bringing the celebratory feel to this pared-back Scandi inspired Christmas decorating trend. This is the look for those who know less is more, and is great for mixing with your existing style, thanks to its minimalist aesthetics. Bring botanicals to unexpected areas of the home, such as wreaths, garlands and stems on the banister with added in Christmas decorations for that festive feel.
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Voyage Christmas Decorating Trend
Rich golden touches marry with deep green shades in this heritage style Christmas decorating trend Voyage. This is a statement look, with bold eye-catching wreaths and creative, foliage filled centrepieces are a must for christmas dining. Contrasts are also key for this look, dark shades with light metallic flourishes, smooth reflective surfaces with rich velvets and thick fabrics bring this glamourous look to life. Add elegance to your Christmas table setting with golden cutlery, metallic accents across your centrepiece and don’t forget a sprig of green foliage to offset the look.