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How do you decorate your garden for Christmas?
Cover the soil with moss and spike in twigs to add support and drama Amanda Brooks’ house in the Cotswolds is beautifully decorated for Christmas, making ample use of foliage (as well as plenty of kitsch decorations.
How can you decorate your home for Christmas this year?
For those lucky enough to have a mezzanine, look to Ven House for your Christmas decorating inspiration and drape the balcony with elegant garlands. A mahogany table by Jamb holds a seasonal bouquet and foliage is used to decorate the tree itself, with russet-coloured strands of leaves instead of garish tinsel.
How do you decorate a Christmas tree with foliage?
A mahogany table by Jamb holds a seasonal bouquet and foliage is used to decorate the tree itself, with russet-coloured strands of leaves instead of garish tinsel. A fireplace is a traditional place for a garland, but our decoration team proves here that cabinets and wardrobes are equally effective places to drape Christmas foliage.
What do you use to decorate a chimneypiece?
For a Christmas chimneypiece decoration she has used Dried honesty seed heads, dried poppy heads, kochia, dried sea lavender, silver brunia, lisianthus, white cyclamen and Magnolia grandiflora leaves. A chicken-wire base was the starting point for the chimneypiece decoration, with each stem being worked through.