Our built-to-last furniture isn’t just for Christmas – but pieces from across our ranges do look absolutely gorgeous this time of year. Get some inspiration for styling for the season with the help of our lovely customers and their fashionably festive homes.
Festive hallway inspiration
Interiors influencer @mrs_roobottom_home certainly knows how to transform her glamorous abode into a winter wonderland. Her hallway, complete with the elegant Shay tall bookcase, is Santa ready, with its walls and floors adorned with oversized baubles, globe-sized fairy lights and plenty of unique Christmas decorations. We love the snow-like effect achieved by the faux fur rug.
Hayley (@haylc_) shows us how versatile our furniture can be, especially at this time of year. Our Brooklyn small bookcase acts as a console table in the hallway, with its modern, minimalist frame making it perfect for Christmas statuettes and strings of fairy lights, giving guests a warm, festive welcome as they enter the home for a season of socialising.
Cosy Christmas living room
The little bursts of colour that @littlehouseinlondon has added to her living room brighten up the space and give it a playful, yet cosy atmosphere. Instead of traditional Christmas colours, she’s added festive spirit with golden fairy lights and paper decorations. Our St. Ives nest of tables make the perfect base to rest your additional living room decorations on.
The light wood of our natural oak Bevel range looks great with @mrsdebclark’s Christmas decorations. Our large TV unit and small dresser provide room to store clutter, leaving plenty of space for more decorations. The frosted tree and scented candles show how you can achieve a more understated look when decorating your home this Christmas.
A big feature piece like our Albani wall clock is the perfect way to decorate an otherwise empty wall, drawing your guests’ attention without being overbearing. The slim tree that @thegosfordmama has chosen shows what you can achieve when you’ve got a small space to work with, with the frosted tips of the branches fitting in perfectly with the grey colour scheme. Our Gainsborough footstool provides a stylish feature for you to hide away any presents or mess.
Feeling quirky this Christmas? Interiors blogger @hardcastletowers is breaking from tradition with her purple Christmas decorations, proving how straying from the standard red, gold and green can still create a very festive effect. Our Boston chest of drawers is the perfect addition to the room, its bold design standing out even in a room with such a strong style of its own.
Christmas dining room ideas
Create a winter wonderland like @32.redwood has done with her decorations, turning her Kemble dresser into a Christmas display. Each section has a merry addition, ranging from a cuddly reindeer to rustic bells. The garland, adorned with a golden bow and winter berries, ties the whole thing together to create a very fabulously festive visual.