Give Christmas visitors a warm, seasonal welcome before you open the door. Our gorgeous new wreath is designed for outdoor display and comes already festooned with brilliant, battery-powered LED lights. And because Christmas is no time for doing things by halves, we've added a luxurious scarlet ribbon as the perfect finishing touch.
Here's a decoration specially created for people who really love Christmas. Yes it is a touch sentimental - and why not? A little unbuttoned-up emotion is entirely appropriate at this time of year. Woven and worked from natural twisted stems, our heart-shaped wreath is sprinkled with fallen stars and lit by tiny LED lights. Battery-powered by 3xAA batteries (not included).
During the festive season Christmas trees are used to being the focus of attention. But (whisper it softly), there's a contender for the starring role waiting in the wings. Cue our Christmas rose centrepiece. It's a fabulous arrangement of flowers, foliage, greenery and gorgeousness surrounding four LED candles. Put it on display - with all due ceremony - and suddenly it feels like Christmas has begun. Your tree will be green with envy...
The build up to Christmas is filled with anticipation, excitement and (if we're honest) moments of panic. Then the festivities themselves - all colour, sparkle and jollity. But on Twelfth Night the decorations come down, the party's over and there's that flat feeling of anticlimax. Plus there's still a lot of winter to come and spring seems a very long way away. Well never mind, cheer up, take a positive attitude. And to help, here's a classic bouquet to lift your spirits. Presented in a holly and ivy themed Portmeirion jug, these delicate white flowers are like a ray of sunshine on a May morning. Which makes it perfect for both the Christmas festivities and for dispelling the gloom during the 'dark of the year'.
Christmas is all about traditions. At the same time it is nice to ring the changes - albeit subtly - from time to time. That's the cue for our red ivy garland. Perfect for decking the halls with a difference, it takes a much-loved decorative theme and gives it a subtle new twist - with dramatic results. Drape it along a mantelpiece, entwine it through bannisters, hang it from the rafters, or use it to dress the Christmas tree - ivy has never looked more festive.
Christmas is a lovely time of year - and also a busy one. There are menus to plan, cards to be written, last minute shopping to do, mince pies to bake...the list goes on and on. Never mind, it'll all be worth it and anyway there's the Christmas tree to decorate. And that's a nice, relaxing family tradition. Except when it comes to the lights. No matter how carefully you put them away on twelfth night, by the following December they've mysteriously tangled themselves into a spaghetti-like bundle. One that takes ages to untangle and puts a strain on the most generous festive spirit. Which is why our pre-lit tree is such a welcome idea. Those tiny, brilliant LED lights are already in position - elegant and stylish. So all you have to do is plug it in, switch on and say 'Ahh!' As for the tree, it's so wonderfully lifelike, so fresh and green, your guests will be convinced it was cut that morning. And that you spent the remaining hours artfully arranging the lights. How do you find the time? But then that's the thing about Christmas - it's a time of mystery and enchantment.
A statuesque arrangement of amaryllis and pine with ivy and berries. A statement piece to enjoy for years to come, great over Christmas and into the new year too. Set in a tall glass vase with water illusion resin.
Small is beautiful - that's what they say - and our new 2ft woodland Christmas tree proves it. Richer, fuller and more luxurious it's astonishingly lifelike with painstaking attention to realistic detail - right down to the individual (non-dropping) needles. Ideal where space is limited, it's just the right size for an occasional table. Or why not place it in a bay window and share the festivities with passers-by? Perfectly shaped and so fresh and green visitors will think it's just been cut - all it needs is a few drops of our pine tree scent for the final finishing touch.
Most of us look at the top of a Christmas tree first - to see whether it has a star or a fairy. Then the rest of the tree is admired and everything looks wonderful, except... All too often the base of a tree is a let-down. It's either plonked in an old bucket or is fixed to a stand. Either way, it's not terribly attractive. The solution is simple and takes the shape of this tree skirt. Woven in natural wickerwork for a traditional country look, you just stand your Christmas tree inside and voila... you'll have the fairest fir or the sprucest spruce around. Honestly, it's what all the best-dressed trees are wearing this year!