It’s that time of year again, summer is over, there is a slight chill to the air, and you are beginning to scrap the summer clothes for more cosy fits. The countdown begins to the season of festivities, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring you along for the ride. Christmas is the most highly anticipated time of the year and when it comes to home décor, there is an excuse to go all out with the winter aesthetics. Whether you are a fan of a traditional maximal Christmas, or you like to keep it subtle with your styling, there are plenty of ways to create a warm, cosy space this Christmas time and here are some trends that might give you some home interior inspiration and get you in the mood for Christmas 2021.

 You may be starting to wonder what presents to buy for your nearest and dearest and most importantly, what Christmas gifts to treat yourself to! With last Christmas being one that truly made us reflect on the importance of family and connection with others, gift giving feels more special than ever. This year’s Christmas Interior trends bring out a warm, personal touch to home styling and we have an exciting new range of Christmas décor to add a festive look to your space.

How to decorate your home for Christmas 2021

 Dreamland

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 Dreamland décor is made up of a primarily white backdrop, perfect for those of you who prefer to go down a more minimalistic route when it comes to styling. With elements of paper decor, blush glass and weathered woods, this style can be best associated with rustic country style living with a crisp, classy edge. Going for this look encourages you to get creative and even make some of the decorations yourself! it's all about keeping a neutral colour palette, with cute delicate detailing for a warm, welcoming feel.
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Traditional

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When you think of a traditional Christmas style, what usually comes to mind is bold, decadent interiors covered head to toe in red, green, and gold. The traditional trend is more of a maximal taste when it comes to Christmas décor, but it doesn’t always need to follow the classic approach. If you enjoy a warm, rich colour palette with a vintage feel to your space, this trend gives plenty of freedom to create a lavish, detailed setting. Mixed materials like woods and metals, green accent pieces, glass wear and fairy lighting are key pieces that are notable in traditional Christmas styling.
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Whimsical

.Whimsical, a term referring to something that evokes a sense of fantasy and wonder, fits perfectly to describe this Christmas style. Whimsical has a light and airy feel, and like dreamland, is more of a minimalistic look. With subtle twinkling of string lights, star shaped ornaments and simple, delicate Christmas trees; this style can be easily incorporated into the home by using just a few key pieces. If you are last minute when it comes to Christmas styling but need a quick fix to add some magic to your home, the whimsical trend includes pieces that are easy to style with foundation interiors like Scandi and boho. Get your space up to date with the season and add some whimsical glam to your home. We love this style, it is beautiful and soft, perfect for a subtle transition into Christmas.

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