How should you deck your halls during the festive season? Are you more of a cosy, rustic retreat or an all-snowy-white winter wonderland? Answer the following questions and you’ll soon find out…
B. The White Company
C. West Elm
D. I'll be making my presents this year, not buying.
E. I'll see what gifts the German Markets are selling or failing that John Lewis
A. Copenhagen. Because a Nordic Christmas is chic and subtle.
B. It’s ski season - The Alps are calling your name.
C. Miami. I'll be out on the sun-kissed beaches surrounded by the glitz and glam and the incredible architecture.
D. Somewhere quintessentially British, and cosy, like The Cotswolds.
E. Berlin. That’s easy, where better to find German Markets?
A. My trusty duck down puffer coat.
B. Faux Fur everything. The bigger and more fluffy the better.
C. A slim pair of leather gloves, they add a sleek look to all my outfits.
D. A wooly bobble hat.
E. Barbour jacket and Hunter wellies. The two necessities for a brisk Boxing Day walk.
A. The Nightmare before Christmas – the characters look so whimsical and magical.
B. Frozen. You can't stop singing for days afterwards. Disney, you geniuses you.
C. It’s a Wonderful Life. An absolutely glamorous classic.
D. Home Alone of course.
E. Bridget Jones/The Holiday/Love Actually in any order and on repeat.
A. I love anything relaxed and natural, like a wooden chopping board, or marble candlesticks.
B. Something cosy and warm. Ideally fluffy or furry. Pyjamas, uggs, socks...
C. It'll have to be clever and fabulous. I love this year’s hottest retro trend of pineapples and metallic finishes so a silvered glass pineapple storage jar would be just the right amount of wow. But really, anything chic and shiny.
D. A rustic wall frame to hang photos of amazing memories from 2015 upon.
E. A board game for the all the family to gather around in the living room like Charades by Ridley’s Games.