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The top Christmas tree trends for 2018

Are you a traditionalist when it comes to your Christmas tree? Or prefer something a bit more unusual? Here are the top 5 trends for Christmas trees for 2018. 


COLOUR COMBINATIONS

A pared back, matching colour scheme always looks elegant at Christmas. Red and gold bows, stockings, even present wrapping brings it all together. Offset against white walls and natural materials, throw some red cushions or a throw on the sofa for big impact with little effort.




WINTER WONDERLAND

Who says you can't have a little snow in the city this Christmas? These frosted trees look like the real thing and only need a few red baubles to make them look really festive. Add some white fairy lights and the frost will really take on a sparkle.


RUSTIC CHIC

For something altogether different, these are incredibly easy to make yourself and hang from the wall. Cut branches to length, tie together and festoon with natural decorations and some electric tea lights. Rustic charm with little expense. Not all Christmas trees have to be green.




CRAFTED CHRISTMAS

Bit of garden string and some red rubber bands? Channel your inner Kirstie Allsopp and get crafting your ornaments. Better still let the kids have a go. 


GOLDEN OLDIES

Sometimes the oldest traditions are the best. White fairy lights, baubles in two colours only and some leaping hares and you're away. A very merry Christmas to you all.


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