Dial up holiday cheer this year with George Home at Asda’s gorgeous new Christmas 2021 range. With five whimsical trends to shop from, you’ll find everything you need to give your home a serious dose of festive flair.
‘The build up to Christmas this year is going to be more exciting than ever,’ says Julie Varma, senior director for George Home. ‘We’re really excited to share our 2021 Christmas ranges which comprises five key trends, so whether it’s traditional tartans, chic baubles or bright and bold prints you’re after, George has it covered.
‘Style, quality and value remain at the heart of this year’s range, and we are also proud to have removed a further 49 tonnes of plastic from our products allowing our customers to shop more sustainably where possible.’
On that note, take a look at what you can look forward to in Asda stores and George Home online this Christmas…
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Set the scene
Dazzle your dinner guests with gorgeous marble plates, miniature frosted trees, and fanciful baubles decorated in white and gold from George Home’s Christmas range.
Combining icy blues with delicate pinks and champagne golds, the contemporary ‘Fantastical’ trend is all about creating an enchanting feel in every room. Some of the magical accessories to get your hands on include soft blanket throws, angel baubles, ribbed glass lamps and pink gold glitter trees.
Cosy up with pink
Searching for Christmas bedroom decor? Look no further than George Home’s new collection, which has everything from candy cane duvet covers to tinsel polar bears to place on your bedside table. From subtle additions to all-out festive schemes, add some holiday cheer to your sleep space.
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Bring some holiday cheer to your dining table with George Home’s wonderfully traditional range. As part of the ‘How We Roll’ trend, discover rich reds, greens, tartan prints, and festive prints to give a truly nostalgic feel.
One for the kids
‘Fun for the little ones, “Kindmas” uses a multi-coloured colour palette to add vibrance to the festive season,’ Julie says. ‘Novelty characters across home décor add a quirky and entertaining touch to this joyful trend.’
Don’t forget the mantlepiece
Garlands are a traditional decoration for fireplaces, but that doesn’t mean you can’t play around with adding other decorations. Dress your mantelpiece to impress this Christmas with mini twig trees (or simply twigs from the garden), glowing tea lights, fresh eucalyptus, paper decorations and your favourite figurines.
READ MORE: 26 Christmas garlands to buy for your home
A cosy and crafted trend, ‘Kindered’ embraces woods, felts and natural materials to give an overall pared-back look. Ideal for nature lovers, some of our favourite pieces include the wicker baskets, tea light holders, Christmas cushions and wooden tree baubles.
Create a cosy living area
From dressing the tree to jazzing up the fireplace, there are heaps of ways to up the level of cosy in your home at Christmas. As part of George Home’s ‘Kindred’ trend, discover stylish cushions, star string lights and gorgeous baubles. With the nights drawing in, we couldn’t think of anything better than curling up in the living room…
Put your sleep first
Prioritise your sleep over the holidays by picking up soft new bedlinen, sumptuous throws and cosy cushions to curl up with.
‘Blacks, greys and deep purples blend with metallic sheens and iridescent finishes to give a moody yet luminous finish to the ‘Nocturnal’ trend,’ Julie says.
When it comes to Christmas, nothing beats traditional decorations in hues of gorgeous green and red. For 2021, George Home has put a spin on the classic colour combo, introducing fun figurines and playful tree decorations.
‘Christmas with a twist, this trend combines candy cane stripes and festive performers to create a fun-filled experience,’ Julie adds.
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