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It’s far nicer (and easier) when things are in your own language.Right now, we speak a few, but we’re learning more all the time…
From folklore and mythology to Victorian tales of ingenuity, here, we tell the tales of some of our well-loved Christmas traditions.
From garlands and lights to more unexpected decorations, here’s how to make your banister as festive as any other part of your home this Christmas.
Think as the Scandinavians do and make sure Christmas’ spirit is felt as much from the outside looking in.
A conversation with founder of Bath-based florist, Flowers by Passion - the weavers of our dried and fresh festive wreaths.
Advent calendars become even more special when you make one yourself – this year, we're setting aside time to put together this simple design.
It’s not just about the space in the room, the right-sized tree might be a smaller one for the tabletop over a ceiling-high evergreen in the corner.
Seasonal decor updates to make your home hibernation ready.
A Q&A with Amy from our design team on creating our new festive pieces.
Three feel-good and wholesome recipes for the first meal of the new year.
The origins of the Christmas tree – perhaps the truest emblem of Christmas – can be traced back thousands of years, from pagan fir branches to fashionable Victorians.
One of our favourite local chefs, Sam Wylde, is back in the kitchen coming up with six, easy and light Christmas recipes just for us.
This year, we’ll be putting an afternoon aside (at the very least) before Christmas Day arrives to do, quite simply, some lovely, last-minute festive things.