Thursday 24 November 2016

Christmas home styling

December is next week and i couldn't be more excited. I have so many wonderful plans and, for the first time in a while, we are hosting Christmas day at our house. The last time we did this, i was pregnant and had the swine flu and i spent the whole day asleep so missed out entirely!

This year, i want it to be perfect. I want to add little touches around the house and i want to be the best host i can. The lead up to Christmas day is always so exciting. I do our activity advent calendar with the girls every day and this year is going to be the best year yet. I can just tell. I have some lovely things planned for them and for us as a family.

This year, i want to get a few new things for the house to make it more Christmassy. I have some crafts planned and, of course, we shall have a hand picked tree in the window. I would like to make a wreath and i would love to try and make some garlands and table place decorations. It is just exciting to think that Christmas Eve is one month away today! I cannot wait to share our lead up to Christmas with you all here on my little blog.

I also wanted to share with you some ideas for a few little home touches. To me, a cosy winter's evening is being snuggled on the sofa under a throw or blanket with the fire one. Nothing makes me feel as cosy, especially if i have a cup a soup or some hot chocolate. We have a few blankets that we use in the living room in the evening but i would love to get a warm throw also to put over our leather sofa, just for that extra comfort. I have put together a little montage of things that i love from Julian Charles. They sell the most wonderful Christmas bedding and cushions along side other products such as Christmas decorations, home accessories and thermal curtains.

(All items from Julian Charles)

(This is a collaborative post. All words and opinions are my own)



  1. oooo how lovely!! Do you think you could do some more DIYS for the hoiday? I adore your DIYS hehe...
    x x x



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