Stunning Christmas home decor under £30

Cox and Cox are one super stylish homeware store. You can shop online or via catalogue and their products are unusual, eclectic and seriously sophisticated.

I was expecting hefty prices.

I was however very pleasantly surprised there are lot s of gorgeous goodies to be had from Cox and Cox for under £30.

Just perfect for thrifty home lovers.

Let me show you some of my favourites from their Christmas collection.

snowflakes, Christmas home decor under £30

 

Paper snowflakes

I am just loving these paper snowflakes  You get twelve in a set and each has holes for hanging, and is easy to assemble –  you simply twist open and secure the cardboard ends together with wire or thread. They are just so pretty and they may be the only snow we get this Christmas. these cost £20.

 

Felt present sack

And what about this lovely felt present sack. Personally I hate the plastic ones as I think they look tacky and the cardboard ones always split. Felt is always classy and these can be used again and again. A Yuletide bargain at £12.50

felt-bag

 

A sweet snowglobe

Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without a snowglobe would it?  I think they fascinate both children and adults alike . This one is particularly gorgeous, it has a deer in snowy white ceramic, with a ceramic base and fine, softly glittered snow. It is a very classy take on a snowglobe.

This is the kind of Christmas treasure that gets handed down through the generations and becomes much loved.

snowglobe

 

Miniature birch tree

 

mini-tree

 

Love this mini birch tree what a lovely table decoration it would make and such a wonderful way to display those very special, child made ornaments.  Isn’t it pretty!

All the above are tasteful stylish and lovely Christmas decor for the home that you could use again year after year.

It totally is possibly to have a stylish home on a budget.

 

 

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  1. December 11, 2016 / 2:34 pm

    I’ve just discovered Cox & Cox myself after hearing about the company via blog posts. I love that felt sack! I have those big Cardboard ones, and you are right, they keep splitting! Thanks for sharing these lovely effective ideas, Becky. They look so much nicer than some of the ridiculously expensive tat thats in some of the shops this year.
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  2. December 12, 2016 / 1:00 pm

    I’m loving all of these, especially the present sack as that would go really well with my decor at the moment!

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