Time to deck the halls – This Seasons Christmas Decoration Trends.

The bells are ringing, the mistletoe is calling, it is time to pull out the boxes and start decorating.

We all love to see what’s popular in interior design, so we couldn’t resist a look the decorating trends for Christmas 2021! Christmas is about togetherness and after the last year or so, what could feel more perfect? In preparation for welcoming friends and family back into our homes, we’re excited to explore decorating themes for the festive season.

Winter whites, cosy neutrals, or DIY home bargains. This season calls for a freshen-up of those dusty old decs from last year and a look back into a classic British Christmas.


Take a piece of nostalgia into your home this winter. Create a vintage-inspired look with something old. A wooden sled makes a unique rustic vintage Christmas decoration, especially when adorned with a small wreath. A toboggan or a pair of old wooden skis would also do the trick if you've got a bigger space to decorate. Use skis, sleds and some faux fur blankets to give off a ‘lodge-like’ feel into your living room this Christmas.



A must-have decoration for your kitchen this year is a DIY gingerbread house. Many of us found extra time to improve our skills in the kitchen this year. Put them to good use, get all the ingredients and the recipe ready and get baking. Use this opportunity to get the kids involved and construct some magical creative Christmas memories with your very own gingerbread house.

Put a unique stamp on your Christmas tree and mix your classic decorations with your own handmade decs. The ‘trend’ as years pass always comes back to sustainability. Use recyclable material, paper, and make your own snowflakes ready to be adorned on the tree. A few quick snips are all it takes, download free printable templates here: Snowflaketemplate


 A firm favourite in modern Christmas décor is the classic ‘winter white’ theme. Keep a modern feel with simplistic décor, or a cosy design with woolly winter whites and a snow-dusted scene in your living room.

Start with a cosy treat for two, get an effortlessly comfortable night’s sleep with this fleece bedding set. It has an all-over tree pattern for a seasonal touch, perfect for Christmas: Christmas Tree Bedding Set.

The winter whites theme would not be complete without some snow. Decorate your tree and your Christmas wreath with a spray of frosted snowflakes to add that snowy touch. This beautifully detailed wreath is made up of realistic mistletoe leaves and white frosted berries, pine sprigs and real pine cones: Pine and Mistletoe wreath

Wreaths are made to celebrate the cycles of nature and all life. Another DIY decoration to tackle, you can use all sorts of materials — natural twigs, dried leaves, straw, pinecones. With a little imagination, you can create memorable decorations year-round. The wreaths are beautiful to hang indoors or out, and they're non-perishable, so you can use them year after year.


Last but certainly not least, Christmas comes to town with the winter glam decoration trend. Think gold, sequins, tinsel, geometry and glass. You can wow with the full colour spectrum, or you can stick to cool tones and gold with your Christmas decorations.

There’s nothing quite like glam Christmas decorations, discover a range of sparkling glass baubles, gold hanging ballerinas, angels, fairies, presents, birds. Decorations come in all shapes and sizes, but nothing wows quite like winter glam.

Have we inspired you to create an at-home Insta-wonderland worth sharing? Ultimately, your home is yours to decorate but hopefully, the dive into Christmas decoration trends for 2021 has helped.

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