Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Christmas Tree Envy

This year I've found myself Christmas tree shopping three times, and snapping festive trees left, right and centre. Today I thought I'd share a few of my favourites.
The London themed decor tree at John Lewis Oxford Street. If I had space for two Christmas trees in my house, I'd make one London themed. Each year I see lots of lovely London/Britain themed decorations (especially in Harrods, Liberty & Selfridges) but find they probably won't fit in with my Christmas tree! 
The Trafalgar Square tree; y'know the tallest tree ever! 
White & Blush themed tree; At Polhil I spotted this tree, and fell in love. When I was younger my family used to have a traditional green tree, and a white tree for our dining room. This tree, is so elegant- I love the light up flowers and pink berries.
Another tree I loved at Polhil was this newborn/baby themed tree - the blush & baby blue surprisingly works! 
A tree close to home I'm envious of is my parents, this was the tree bare - they brought a Blue Spruce this year, and I've badly wanted to buy one, especially as they have the blue winter hint of colour to them, but unfortunately they aren't dog friendly (hello needles everywhere!) so had to stick to a Norwegian again this year! Seeing this photo made me realise, I quite like the thought of having a bare tree in a room... may be an idea for next year!

The last tree I am especially envious of and that is top of my to see list before the 4th January is the Disney Tree at St Pancras station in London - a tree made up of Disney toys, yes please!

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