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< Back to news 15 October, 2015

Christmas trends for 2015

Have you started considering how you will decorate your venue for Christmas 2015? Read on to see how Beacon and our supply partners are helping make Christmas easy!
Whilst the Christmas decoration you choose to display may be down to budget or the aesthetics of your property, there is always room for a refresh or an enhancement of your décor. Beacon share top tips on Christmas trends for 2015 and detail on how you can implement them throughout your property, with the help of Beacon supply partners.




The Reindeerpeeks stag

The reindeer has been a key character for Christmas decorations and accessories for a few years and this year, the trend is staying with a particular focus on antlers. Both in and out of home, reindeers and antlers are featuring on napkins, napkin rings, as part of wall art and tree decorations.

Have you considered weaving them into your décor for 2015? Ideal for traditional properties and buildings with a traditional feel. The stag motif can be modernised or kept traditional.



A touch of coppercopper tree
Copper as an interior design theme has been on the radar for the last few years, with more and more properties using the colour/metal as a design feature. Copper was highlighted as a key trend at Christmasworld 2014, one of the world’s biggest Christmas planning events.  For Christmas 2015, copper is still big but in much more
muted tones – making the colour palette perfect for any venue.





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Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a sprinkling of red, green and gold. 2015 sees a great range of crackers, decorations and tableware all perfect to compliment your nostalgic Christmas decorations. 2015 is also seeing champagne make its mark in the colour palette, so it’s not just for toasting with!





 
To view the full trends report and see just a small selection of the products available from Beacon supply partners at preferential rates, please click here.

Source: Christmas World