Do pretty images of twinkling festive lights and beautifully laid Christmas tables get you feeling all fuzzy and warm inside?
When the flurry of festive shoots appear in magazines and online shops, it signals that Christmas is on its way. This year, as you settle into your sofas with mulled wine in hand and chocolates at the ready, we’d like to share a few of our recent favourites to get you in the mood for Christmas.
Light Locations favourite The White Company chose Ham House to showcase their beautiful range of cosy winter bedding and gorgeous home accessories. Their winter collections have us imagining a relaxed Christmas lunch with our loved ones. Or perhaps enjoying Christmas eve snuggled in the depths of comfort, waiting for Father Christmas to arrive.
The stunning barn in the Wiltshire countryside also proved the perfect location for another home décor favourite, Neptune. This festive shoot made us all want to head indoors and enjoy Christmas movies curled up under the duvet.
Neptune didn’t only choose Ham House for their Christmas shoots. For their ‘home for the season’ theme, they also used the classically beautiful Church Road.
As this already gorgeous location was transformed with swaths of Neptune’s beautiful range of gifts, we pictured adding festive finishing touches to our own homes this Christmas.
London Fields is a striking property in the heart of London. Its Victorian roots are evident, but its modern materials and architectural features are stunning. Homeware and Bodycare experts Bamford added a touch of cosy Christmas comfort to London Fields to create a warm and enticing festive feel.
The results had us dreaming of that wonderful moment when the presents are ready and waiting under the tree to share with our friends and family.
We hope this short collection of festive images succeeds in raising a toast to your Christmas spirit. If you struggle to get into the mood for Christmas this year, we hope this yuletide homage sparks your inner festive fairy. And wherever you are reading this, we wish you bags of comforting joy in the run-up to the big day