Vintage Christmas inspiration

7 Dec

When it comes to elegant Christmas decorations, The White Company never disappoints. This year’s collection is all about vintage glamour. And goodness knows I could do with a little more of that in my life *applies lipstick and slips on killer heels*

Three ball candle holder, £40; Frosted leaf wreath, £65

It’s going to take a few more years, a bigger oven and several more dining chairs before I can host Christmas but when I do I’d love the table to look like this. Classic colours and a little sparkle never go out of fashion!

Vintage glass star, £8

It seems a shame that Christmas decorations get hidden away in boxes for 11 months of the year, especially when they’re as pretty as this one. Reckon I could get away with pinning this into my hair?

Tree decorations, from £4 each

Lovely styling!

Antiques glass heart, £10

Mental note: hunt out old keys and paint white. Now.

Miniature glass decorations, £16 for 6

How will you be decorating for Christmas this year?

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3 Responses to “Vintage Christmas inspiration”

  1. Decorator's Notebook December 7, 2011 at 17:31 #

    Lovely isn’t it? I like the idea of displaying your favourite decorations even if you don’t have time/space for a tree.

  2. Michelle December 7, 2011 at 09:25 #

    I do love a classic white look. Just so dreamy.

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