From stockings to sacks baubles to bin bags, StyleNest roundup the best festive decorations and household accessories from John Lewis that will help transform your home into a winter wonderland.
Christmas Pudding Bin Bags
Putting out the rubbish has never been so fun or festive with these novelty Christmas pudding bin bags. Can also be used as Santa sacks brimming with pressies and for wrapping any awkward shape boxes this Christmas.
John Lewis Linen Bell Stocking
No Christmas is complete without hanging a stocking on your mantelpiece or at the end of your bed. This plush velvet style is ideal for kids and adults of all ages and makes for a fun way of presenting your gifts.
Christmas Past Berry Wreath
This Christmas wreath looks will give your front door a festive welcome and the best bit about it is you can reuse it year and year again. Suspend on your front door or use as a centrepiece on your dining table filled with candles and pine cones.
Standing Reindeer Decoration
The perfect addition to a festive home, place this baby deer on the mantelpiece or by the fireplace.
East of India Santa Sack
Just incase curious little ones get temped to open their pressies before Christmas, this Santa Sack is printed with ‘Do not open until 25 December’, specifically to keep prying hands away.
Frost Berry and Pinecone Garland
Wind this wintery snow-dusted berry and pine cone garland around your bannister or use it to decorate your tree for the perfect way to fill your home with winter wonder.
Jo Malone Pine & Eucalyptus Ornament
Nothing says Christmas quite like the crisp scent of pine and eucalyptus. A stylish gift that will evoke the senses, this Christmas ornament will make for a wonderful addition to any tree.
Bombki Little English Christmas Ornaments
Featuring a cracker, slice of fruit cake, mince pie and Christmas pud, this fun and colourful Christmas quad will make for a great addition to any tree.
Lit Rattan Reindeer
A rattan reindeer wrapped with lights, this ornament is the perfect way to welcome your guests for Christmas.
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