While you may be just getting started with your autumn decor, there’s no denying the rainy weather and darker days have got us thinking about Christmas. Just picture it: a cosy night curled up under a throw blanket, in front of the fire with a twinkling Christmas tree behind. And if that doesn’t get you in the spirit for the season, then maybe the thought of hanging a Christmas wreath will. Either way, you don’t really have to wait until December to get in the spirit.
The White Company’s Christmas collection (opens in new tab) has arrived, and with everything you need to set the perfect scene, it’s everything we thought it would be this year. From Christmas scented candles to cashmere throws and cushions. Or even pre-lit Christmas trees, decorations and dinnerware sets, they’ve got it all. In signature White Company style, this collection is the ultimate go-to for luxury homeware. But that doesn’t mean it’s expensive, either. There are affordable buys like a multipack of glass baubles for £15, as well as gifts for under £30 (opens in new tab).
Plus, The White Company’s best-selling beauty advent calendar (opens in new tab) is back, but it won’t be around for long. So don’t wait for it to snow (as everything will definitely be sold out by then), to shop The White Company’s Christmas collection. Here are a few of our favourites to get you in the spirit:
Our favourite picks from The White Company’s Christmas collection
How we’re getting ready for Christmas
Wanting to get a head start and shop around to source your Christmas trees, decorations and gifts? Well I’m your go-to. I’ll be doing my research and keeping in contact with your favourite retailers, like Aldi, The Range and Dunelm to cover their Christmas collections for 2022. It won’t be long until they release new festive products, as well as bring back the ones you know and love. So stay tuned, it’ll be Christmas before we know it!
Until then, there’s plenty to be getting on with. Thinking about Christmas this early may seem slightly overwhelming. But, believe us, knowing how to get ready for Christmas with a few simple steps to stay ahead, will help.
And that doesn’t mean you need to start spending either. Yes, retailers have begun stocking their shelves with festive buys (and picking a few pieces up before they sell out might be wise), but there are also many DIY Christmas crafts that will get you in the spirit. From learning how to make a Christmas wreath to DIY Christmas gifts, start preparing for a stress-free festivity, that won’t cost you a load.