An annual decision is often the choice of decoration palette; whether to opt for traditional colors of red or green or, alternately, try something different. If in need of inspiration, ring in the changes at Robinsons, where you’ll find decorations from John Lewis & Partners. From wreaths to baubles, and lights to stockings, the brand has curated five collections. The nostalgic Traditions collection adds a contemporary touch through reimagined prints, motifs, and twists. Or add a Scandinavian vibe with the Sanctuary collection, which draws on soft neutral and natural finishes of marble, metallic gold and ceramic. The Snowscape collection includes a palette of crisp whites, soft creams, and subtle shimmer. Those with an affection for nature and all things green will enjoy the Garden Retreat collection, while the Tourism collection includes ornaments inspired by Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the Union Jack. Ensure the larder is well stocked, too, with some moreish crumbly, sweet yet zesty mince pies from Marks & Spencer. You’ll find a range for the whole family to enjoy, including glutenfree options from the brand’s new Made Without range. The traditional treats in-all butter shortcrust pastry are filled with currants and topped with nutty frangipane and crunchy flaked almonds and are delicious served cold or warm or with a drizzle of cream.
The dining table is often a focal point for parties and small gatherings and the sleek, adjustable, extendable options from Boconcept will add personality to your dining space. For a truly white Christmas, though, keep tableware monochrome for extra elegance. the art Deco-style MetroChic collection from Villeroy & Boch with geometric decoration brings the classic colors of black and gold on pure white porcelain, its varying compositions lending an individual touch. Round shapes harmonize with clear, cylindrical contours and deep black lines with fine splashes of gold. the hand-polished, 20-carat gold finish is protected by innovative ‘in glaze gold’ technology. the service is complemented by the new MetroChic stainless steel cutlery with fine lines, unusual proportions and rounded contours.
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