Dress your home for a magical Christmas with our edit of beautiful, eco-conscious baubles, garlands, candle holders and ornaments
Styling tip: These look super stylish hanging on the tree, adding a personal touch to stockings, or even tied around napkins as an alternative to a traditional name card.
Styling tip: A future heirloom, these handsome nutcracker figures would command attention on the hearth, or standing proud on the mantelpiece away from inquisitive little hands.
Styling tip: Yes, they’re expensive but, looked after properly, they could be used for many years. Simply fill with your choice of treats, personalise them for the recipient and they make for a lovely addition to the Christmas table.
Styling tip: Children will want to play with these, so place them somewhere accessible, away from candles and where they can be fixed securely without risk of the tree toppling over. Trust us, we’re talking from experience here!
Styling tip: For a charming natural table setting, layer with jute placemats, trailing greenery, vases of dried flower heads and natural linens, finished with flashes of gold and twinkling candlelight.
Styling tip: No fireplace is complete on Christmas Eve without a beautiful stocking hanging from the mantelpiece. But what if you have no fireplace? Hang along staircases, pegged to wire suspended between shelf brackets, or looped over drawer knobs.
Styling tip: Threaded with delicate wisps of greenery and suspended with colourful ribbon, these stars would make a beautiful feature hung against walls or windows.
Styling tip: These simple and elegant baubles reflect light beautifully, so hang them next to fairylights, candlelight or lamplight to get the full effect of their glow.
Styling tip: A stylish alternative to tinsel, wrap around the tree, along the mantelpiece, loop through a chandelier; wherever it will catch the light and sparkle.
Styling tip: Fill a giant glass demijohn vase with several large and sturdy branches hung with these beautiful baubles and wrapped in the star garland above for an added glow. Then place on a sideboard or hallway console table for a statement festive installation.
Styling tip: Whatever the restrictions on how and who we can spend Christmas with this year, make it feel extra special with an informal, personalised menu. Complete your special table setting with matching name cards.
Styling tip: These cute honeycomb decorations need a dark background to really show them off, making them perfect for the tree, or hung in multi-level clusters against dark walls.
Styling tip: Made from papier-mâché, these beautiful baubles are lovely and lightweight, which makes them endlessly versatile. Hang from paperchains, tree branches and light fittings, or pile them high in glass lanterns, vases and bowls.
Styling tip: Grouped in odd numbers, these trees would look super stylish placed down the centre of the dining table. This deep inky blue is an elegant alternative to traditional reds and greens.
Styling tip: Children will love these pretty snowflake flowers, so why not dress their rooms with them? Clusters hung from shelf brackets, door and drawer handles, curtain rails, or pegged to string hung along walls will give the little ones their own taste of Christmas.
Styling tip: Everything looks better with beautiful velvet ribbon, in our opinion. Tied as bows on your Christmas tree, hung as trailing strands from your wreath, tied around napkins or glass jars of foliage on your dining table… the possibilities are endless.
Styling tip: These ceramic stars are simply stunning and would look beautiful tied to ribbon on wrapped gifts, clustered in threes and tied to curtain tie backs, or lopped around napkin rings or crackers.
Styling tip: The warm glow of candlelight is synonymous with Christmas and these ribbed hurricane jars dress up inexpensive white pillar candles beautifully. Place them next to reflective surfaces such as mirrors and windows for extra sparkle.
Styling tip: These beaded stars add twinkle anywhere; whether hung on trees, looped around napkins on table settings, tied as a charm to ribbon on wrapped gifts, even suspended from garlands of greenery.
Styling tip: These fabulously colourful statement decorations may be too heavy to hang on smaller trees. So give them the attention the deserve by hanging them en masse from a wooden branch suspended from the ceiling, curtain rail or shelf brackets. Add colourful ribbon for extra elegance.
Styling tip: Cluster in odd numbers on tables, shelves and mantlepieces, these ultra sparkly tea light holders will add a special glow to dark corners and dull surfaces, and they look especially magical sitting alongside rustic materials, surfaces and textures.
Styling tip: As with all glass decorations, these garlands create extra sparkle when reflecting light, so hang above glowing fireplaces, alongside fairylights wrapped around tree branches, or draped across mirrors over flickering candlelight.
Styling tip: These deep burgundy candles are a grown-up take on traditional pillarbox red and look beautifully elegant clustered in mismatched, multi-height holders on the mantelpiece, dinner table, or side board, or placed in wall sconces.
Styling tip: These paper decorations look wonderful clustered in odd numbers and hung at different levels against windows, or hung en masse along the bannisters or from the ceiling using removable Command hooks.
Styling tip: This reusable and eco-friendly alternative to natural mistletoe with its soft metal leaves and wired pearl berries would create extra sparkle hung close to a light source wherever you fancy a Christmas kiss!
Styling tip: Fill with a pretty bauble, a sprig of holly, a clutch of star anise, a scattering of gold stars; these wonderful candle holders are endlessly customisable.
Styling tip: We love this alternative Christmas garland in a non-traditional colour. After what has been anything but a typical year, why not move away from typical festive colour schemes and instead get creative with bright, bold and fresh colours instead.
Styling tip: This clever zinc table centrepiece complete with candleholders is so versatile. Fill with pine cones, fronds of fir, sprigs of holly, clementines studded with aromatic cloves, mini glass baubles, feathers, dried orange slices and cinnamon sticks, dried flower heads… the options are endless.
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