Add finishing touches to your Christmas tree, furniture fit for family gatherings and impressive serveware for playing the perfect host; our After Party collection was made for setting the scene this festive season.
Consider this your fool-proof guide to getting your home ready for Christmas.
1. Choose a colour scheme - and stick to it.
We're reaching for the classic festive gold and an abundance of metallic.
2. Add foliage
There's something magical about bringing the outdoors in. Add foliage to your centre pieces, your mantle-piece and, well, everywhere... for a living space that is ready and waiting for the Christmas tree.
3. Small space living? No problem.
Christmas decorations are not exclusively for the tree - weave them into your shelving layout, onto your dining table or in a centre piece on your coffee piece for a subtle nod to Christmas that is perfect for flat living.
4. Make the dining table your focus.
Aside from the Christmas tree, now's the time to give your dining table some love. After all, you'll probably never spend more time around it than over the festive period. We're opting for neutral tablecloths and tableware and letting the glassware and decorations do the talking. Add some candles for the ultimate festive finishing touch.
5. Mocktails or cocktails? You decide. But a bar cart is a must.
It doesn't really matter what you're serving from your bar cart - though, we're opting for champagne - just make sure that your serving station is ready for your guests. Whilst making sure you've got the ideal festive tipple, kitting it out with new glassware and decorative accessories such as handy trays, pretty cashmere pelts and greenery is the perfect way to add a little something extra.
6. Hand make your place settings.
Grab some cinnamon sticks, dried orange and a spring of holly and tie together with brown string for an easy yet effective Christmas place setting.
7. Ambience in the form of candlelight.
Setting ambience is easy - scatter candles around your living space and allow the flicker of candlelight to set the mood.