Deck the Halls

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? What about a red, gold or silver one too?

When it comes to the festive season, there are many associations for each of us; some dream of Santa and snow, many may think of chocolates and sherry but, in our opinion, first things first – deck the halls with boughs of holly.

The perfect seasonal decorations are like the icing on our Christmas cake: essential for full enjoyment. But what colour Christmas gets your holiday cracking?

red decorations


A truly traditional Christmas colour, red evokes memories of Rudolph’s nose, Santa’s clothes (and cheeks) not to mention sprigs of holly and mulled wine – all our favourite festive things.

Decorate your home with all things bright red and beautiful; think tinsel, floral wreaths and big bows galore. For that all-important touch, add a red ribbon around the hanging mistletoe, all you need for a holiday romance.

white decorations



Ethereal and elegant, silver inspires visions of the land of Narnia and, we promise, it’s anything but cold. From glistening icicles to shinning stars, silver is the vision of a winter wonderland – but this look isn’t just for ice queens.

Adorn your home with a silver tree, disco ball baubles and sparkling reindeers-a-running. Think twice thought before you hide the presents in the wardrobe – you never know what else you might find in there…

gold decorations


If all that glitters is gold, then it most certainly holds a place at the heart of our Christmas.

Tie up your gifts with a golden bow, adorn any room with gorgeous lowing fairy lights and – for those who like their Christmas to be a touch ‘different’ – spray paint is your friend for that delicate golden touch.

From peacock feathers to an assortment of acorns, don’t be afraid to go gold.

What colour is your Christmas? Let us know in the comments below…

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