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This month it’s all about kitschmas – cel­e­brate vin­tage meets quirky

Mix old favourites with new tra­di­tions to deck your halls for the fun sea­son. We’re think­ing play­ful rain­bow ac­cents, vin­tage finds and a bit of plant lady love.

01 Easy Christ­mas dé­cor hack: swap a promi­nent print in your home for a play­ful sea­sonal ban­ner or wreath. Bonus points will be awarded for tex­ture, tas­sels and Scrooge-free slo­gans. www.cot­tonclara.com

02 We don’t know if Santa is a beads-and­se­quins kind of guy, but he can’t fail to be im­pressed if he en­coun­ters one of th­ese em­bel­lished stock­ings by the fire­place. It could sweeten the deal. www. an­thro­polo­gie.com

03 Here’s to mak­ing that cheers mo­ment a rain­bow one. Heck, we’ll even think twice about drink­ing eggnog if it’s served in one of RICE’s iconic block colour melamine tum­blers. www. bery­lune.co.uk

04 Quirky de­tails shine best on a blank can­vas, so to speak – it’s all about bal­ance. Modern shapes and colours are the foun­da­tion you’ll want for show­cas­ing creative finds. That, and a vel­vet sofa. www. rose­and­grey.co.uk

05 Trop­i­cal Christ­mas is a thing, right? If you’re want­ing to steer your De­cem­ber more to­wards palm trees, flamin­gos and a tiki bar, Kitty McCall’s Trop­i­cal Land­scape Cush­ion is a must. Let’s get ab­stract. www.kit­tym­c­call.com

06 This jug’s geo tex­ture re­minds us of those vin­tage hon­ey­comb Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions that might still be lurk­ing in the at­tic. It’s im­mor­talised in im­pec­ca­ble porce­lain by Len­neke Wis­pel­wey. www.ifeelsmug.com

07 When it comes to tree decs, any­thing goes. Think kitsch, retro and a bit bonkers. An­i­mals, robots and sea crea­tures wel­come. Hit up www.john­lewis.com, www.pa­per­chase.com and www.coxand­cox. co.uk for yours.

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