Interior Trends

Christmas, styled by you

Our beautiful Isla styled with an eclectic mix of scattered cushions for a cosy look @the_seaburn_house

Our homes are a sanctuary away from the snow at this time of year, especially when jack frost has nipped at your nose. They are a special space to create memories with loved ones, and what better way to spread Christmas cheer than with warm and welcoming festive decor.

With the big day around the corner, we’ve collated our favourite festive looks as styled by you at home. Whether you enjoy the bright and merry or you’re an ultra-minimalist, we’ve rounded up some beautiful Christmas interiors to delight and inspire you…

Celebrate the season with an inviting open fire

A Festive Footrest

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and that means Christmas parties, ice skating and a whole load of festive shopping! It’s about time for a chilled night in with a sumptuous footstool to rest your tired tootsies on.

There’s nothing like an open fire, fairy lights, and a scattering of candles to top the ambience charts and create a warm welcoming environment. @_our_housetohome_ has introduced various shades of green into her living scheme for a classic look that is beautifully accentuated with highlights of crisp white and muted gold. Our Large Square Valentin in Olive cotton matt velvet is beautifully paired with our bestselling Bluebell sofa for the perfect cosy living room set up – ready for you to put your feet up when the festivities get too much!

A bright and merry Christmas

Merry and bright

Dopamine decor has been a big trend for 2022 and this doesn’t have to stop when the Christmas decorations go up!

@agi_at_59 has perfectly complemented her bold Ernest armchair in Paprika smart velvet with gold statement baubles and decorations, helping tie the rich colour scheme of the room together. We love how Agi has played with the scale of her Christmas decorations, using oversized paper baubles and gold star scatter cushions to create that instant wow-factor as soon as you walk into the room. The biophilic element to the room means the tree works seamlessly with its beautiful surroundings.

A mix of muted tones for a Scandi inspired white Christmas

White winter

Scandinavians are masters of a tranquil, cosy interiors, resonating with the concept of hygge. @thecottagebythebridge‘s home takes great inspiration from this, dressing her Costello in Stone brushed linen cotton in an understated, yet charming Christmas style. With beautiful, muted tones, a perfectly coordinated tree, and delightful seasonal sculptures dotted around the room she has created a serene, yet festive sanctuary to retreat to. Combining a plethora of cushions, a knitted throw and rustic wood tables, the mixture of textures maintains a level of warmth and comfort among the neutral tones.

A minimalist version of Christmas decor

An ultra-minimalist Christmas

Minimalism is a trend that has increasingly grown in popularity over the years alongside the yearning for a simpler way of life. Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean that your style has to transform into baubles galore, swarms of tinsel and dashings of colour.

Introducing touches of traditional Christmas styling, @___thetownhouse has given us their idea of stylish and sophisticated festive decor from the eye of an ultra-minimalist. The statement piece of the room is our Cohen modular sofa in Barley slubby cotton, perfect for the party season as it can be reconfigured to suit your guests and your space. With beautiful evergreen branches on top of the mantlepiece, a dusting of fairy lights and two cream candles that gracefully match their surroundings, they have given a gentle but sure nod to the season.

Moody magic

Christmas is one of the most indulgent times of the year, and what could be more sumptuous than sinking into a plush velvet sofa while it’s cold outside. It is important to have somewhere cosy to drift off into relaxation, especially during this busy time of year, and blues and greens are colours that brings us calm, allowing us to forget about all those presents we haven’t yet wrapped…

@the_seaburn_house has focused on moody tones and warm accents to give their home a snug feel this Christmas. Pops of chilli red, burnt orange and cinnamon brown are the perfect way to warm up the cool blue tonal scheme for this time of year. Texture is key here – mixing and matching different patterns and textures in tree decorations, candles and cushions to create the perfect winter warming escape that delights the eyes and the senses.