Emma Sims Hilditch
Emma’s country home lends itself to bringing the outdoors in, with evergreen foliage and dried fruit taking centre stage. From dressing the front door with a generous wreath to adding greenery to shelves and fireplaces, Emma takes a natural approach to decorating.
Known for bringing the glamour to any table setting, our friends at Maison Margaux don’t hold back when it comes to decorating for Christmas. Here, director Louisa Preskett Mobbs welcomes you into her home to talk you through her festive styling.
Nicola Harding is known for her bold use of colour, her instinct for pattern and her clever approach to combining the two. For her Christmas table, Nicola has mixed blues and greens with burgundy and red for a cheerful modern effect, with clean lines provided by white ceramic candleholders.
Style The Clutter
Deck the halls with Leoma Harper. Every room in her beautiful house gets the full treatment and the stairs are no exception. We love the simple festive twist she gives her bannisters – it’s about layering foliage, both faux and real, velvet ribbons and white decorations. Perfect for any staircase in any home.
Hackney-based floral atelier Sweet Pea London creates beautiful flowers for weddings, events and – in the run up to the festive season – beautiful Christmas wreaths. This season, Marianne Johnson has designed a Bow Bell Wreath. Made from a selection of winter greens, the wreath is adorned with three trailing green velvet bows and two gorgeous little bells. Here, Marianne shows us how to recreate the look...