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Tips for Decorating in Style This Christmas

Tips for Decorating in Style This Christmas

To really make a striking impression at Christmas-time there are so many things to remember. The food, the drink, the company – they’re all fundamentally important to the holiday period, and certainly require some careful planning to get everything covered in the right way.

Decorations are another vital aspect of the festive period. Many of us will remember joyous family holidays spent by the tree, lights and decorations twinkling and sparkling around the place. There’s something about the flashes of colour that decorations produce that lend a mysteriously beautiful touch to a home, creating powerful memories of holiday time.


Take the above Christmas Winterland Brass Christmas Tree Ornament by Ferm Living for example. The perfectly produced solid brass snowflakes can be easily hung from a Christmas tree branch, and as they are only light in weight, will not over load the tree. Easy to clean with a damp cloth, the brass snowflakes are ideal for adding a delightful touch to the tree.

Here at Dotmaison we love to get creative with Christmas decorations; placing them around the home wherever suits or simply feels right. Key to all decorating endeavours though, is dressing the Christmas tree. The following are a selection of wonderful tree decorations from designers with an ability to make a room look inviting and happy at Christmas.

Also from Ferm Living are the Brass Leaf Christmas Ornaments. Consisting of 4 strikingly handsome leaf ornaments, the solid brass items add an extra dimension of finery and elegance to the Christmas tree. The unique collection is just the thing for making the holiday period even more memorable.

The shape to lead all others in the race to be top of the tree is usually the star. Here in all its glory is the Christmas Star Tree Decoration by Leonardo. Available in two different sizes, the star has been fashioned from fine ceramic to bring a clean and striking finishing touch to the tree decorations. Sure to bring a festive cheer to the overall look and feel of the tree and the home as a whole.

Another delightful star is provided with Villeroy & Boch’s Christmas Tree Ornament Fir Branch with Star. Bringing together the combination of the heavens with the earth-bound tree branch, the design is a lovingly produced piece of seasonal beauty. Produced from high quality porcelain and featuring a scarlet ribbon to hang it from the tree, the ornament is a clear showcase of Christmas excitement.

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