Top Christmas tree trends for 2013

Dying to deck the halls? Given we’re now in our 1st week of December, it wouldn’t be a completely premature time to get decorations ready. This coming weekend is set to be the most popular weekend for Christmas tree decorating too so we’d advise you beat the tree rush with our tree trend research!

So we’ve had black, white and upside down but what are this year’s tree trends? Neon, Dip Dye, Nordic, Metallic are all set to be bang on trend.
The epoints team have been trawling the world of tinsel and tat to make sure your annual update of that Christmas decoration box doesn’t miss a gem! Here’s some of our favourite key pieces:
The snowy paper tree

Snowy, sparkling and truly festive, this elegant pre-lit John Lewis paper tree will stand tall whilst welcoming guests into your home.
£85 (+255 ep)

Gold Glitter Owl

Add some golden sparkle to your yuletide arrangement with this gorgeous Liberty owl decoration featuring a festive ribbon detail.
£4.95 (+16 ep)
Be naughty!

This cream hanging sign from Debenhams has a red glitter print saying ‘Be naughty save santa the trip’ bringing a spot of fun into your decorations. Be cheeky!
£4.90 (+8 ep)
Pompom Felt Garland

This fun and colourful Pompom felt garland from Habitat is great for decorating the Christmas tree, draping around the fireplace or banister or adding to a festive table setting.
£12.00 (+ 24 ep)
Red Berry & Dollar Leaf Wreath

This gorgeous wreath from Marks and Spencer  is made from artificial ‘dollar leaves’ and faux berries. Offering a more traditional touch to your festive decor. There’s a matching garland also available.
£25.00 (+ 75 ep)

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