The Most Festive Christmas Baubles & Decorations To Brighten Up Your Tree

By Ashling McCloy | 7th December 2023

If you’re looking to add a little extra to your decor, then look no further for all your festive inspo. From Santas and snowmen to glass turkeys and twinkly tequila bottles, these are the Christmas baubles we’re adding to our trees…

Some of us went early with the decorations, but if you haven’t, don’t panic; the stores are still full of colourful ornaments. John Lewis, for one, will never let you down. Be sure to check out the London themed decs, but if you’re after a bit of glam head to Harrods and Selfridges. Both these luxury department stores are like treasure troves overflowing with all your high-end holiday baubles. Oh, and there’s obviously my favourite, Liberty London. The iconic store stocks renowned Christmas brands, like Gisela Graham and Vondels, which do the most stunning array of tree decorations.

Cody Foster & Co is the label to watch for quirky pieces; the famous people collection, including our late Queen, is brilliant. Plus, I’m more than a little enamoured by the cocktails, hotdogs and mince pies, all of which will look crazy cute on your tree. On the opposite end of the scale, you can opt for more minimal or Skandi versions from Cox & Cox or Nkuku. You could even make it thoughtful with our pick of personalized Christmas baubles.

Read on to discover our varied selection of everything from woodland animals and city sites to cowboy boots, glittering heels and classic baubles.

Don't hold back this Christmas. Embrace the joy and douse your home in baubles, decorations and merry little ornaments.


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Christmas In London

Classic Baubles


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Festive Animals

A Personal Touch

DOWER & HALL, Alphabet Tree Decorations, £18 

Nothing says Merry Christmas like a personalised ornament.

Santa Snacks

Fashion & Beauty Decs

Vintage Feels

With Christmas being a time of nostalgia, it's no surprise that we're transfixed by delicate antique and vintage ornaments. Genuine pieces are generally made from fine mercury glass or hand-blown, while today's replicas are created in light metals.


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Traditional Reds

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