SHOPPING FIX

Christmas decorations you’ll want to use year after year

SHOPPING FIX

Christmas decorations you’ll want to use year after year

Dragged the decs down from the loft and realised your baubles are looking a little browbeaten? Tinsel a bit tired? Time to get a new haul that will stand the test of time. Sponsored by Next

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Dragged the decs down from the loft and realised your baubles are looking a little browbeaten? Tinsel a bit tired? Time to get a new haul that will stand the test of time. Sponsored by Next

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  • Unpopular opinion: fake trees are awesome. Who wants a boot full of needles or, worse, to drag a real fir on to the bus, conspicuously taking up the entire buggy bay in the process? And don't get me started on untangling seven strands of lights. For the impatient among us, this ready-lit faux affair offers the perfect, drop-free solution.

    250 LED Vermont Snowy 6ft Christmas Tree, £140

  • If I know one thing, it's glitter will never go out of festive fashion. The fact that the glitter is encased inside these gorgeous baubles also means it won't end up all over your face, floor and every friend you kiss from here to Christmas. 

    Shaker Filled Baubles, £8

  • Red and gold might be the obvious choice, but how chic is this slightly vintage-y, muted blue-tone garland? String it across your fireplace for a bit of Christmas cheer – particularly if you don't have space for a tree.

    Paper Beaded Garland, £6

  • I'm a firm believer that retro never goes out of style and these jazzy hanging decorations remind me of the 70s foil baubles my mum still had going strong in my 80s childhood. The silver sparkle shade will also work well with any colour scheme. 

    Set of three Iridescent Paper Hanging Decorations, £6

  • This chic star is already hanging in my living room and is such a pretty way to add extra twinkle to a space (just a tree is never enough). It's also handily battery powered, so won't have to fight for plug space.

    Lit Wire Wall Star, £14

  • This 50s-style Santa sack is, frankly, adorable. If you don't want to save it until Christmas Eve (who would?), try stuffing it with plastic bags and popping a few wrapped presents and baubles on top, then placing it next to your tree in the run-up.

    Santa Present Sack, £14

  • Small rooms can be hard to make Christmassy, but I like to spread the cheer around the house. This little tree is perfect for popping on a console table as you enter your home, on a shelf next to books or where there's a spare inch in a kid's bedroom.

    3D Paper Tree, £4

  • If your home decor is traditional, this would make the perfect dressing and the colours will never go out of style. It pops easily on a mantelpiece, particularly next to mince pies and Santa's favourite tipple!

    Lit Houses Scene Decoration, £18

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