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Christmas 2019 - The looks | AD

Early days - I know - but are you really an interiors blogger if you don't publish Christmas photos as early as August ? Here are the looks that your favourite brands are featuring this year to make sure you home is its most stylish ever. Note: I do not advocate changing looks every year when it comes to Christmas décor, as this can create a hell of a lot of waste. Most certainly against sending your old décor to a landfill. So if you are due an update, consider donating your old decorations in a local charity shop (even better if you like interiors: offer to style their window for them!).

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John Lewis always come up with a number of themes for winter, to make sure they capture your likes in at least one of them! This year they have come up with no less than 7 different styles.

Snowscape - Dreaming of a white Christmas? A simple palette of crisp whites, soft creams and subtle shimmer creates a snowy scene reminiscent of a log cabin, transporting you back to holidays and fun on the slopes.

Campfire - is all about earthy tones, dried oranges, and forest animals.

Traditions - This one features beautiful wreaths and as it is based on the classic red colour, it is the one most easy to add to if you already have a number of red baubles in your decoration box.

Party - perfect for the maximalists amongst you, this collection is all about colour classing, neon colours and mixed tapes from the 1980s. This could well be the look that wins John Lewis this Christmas.

John Lewis & Partners Party Disco Holographic Wrap, £4 Party Flamingo Wrap, £4 John Lewis & Partners Party Neon Stars Wrap - £4 John Lewis & Partners Ombre pink blue small tree - £12 John Lewis & Partners Party Santa Boogie Wrap - £4.

ABC - Those of you with kids will love this one. The T-Rex is back and he's pink. An explosion of colours to make everyone happy.





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