It's time to clear a corner of your living room and make way for your Christmas tree .
With just over two weeks to go until the big day, even those putting off decorating can't deny the time has come to dust off the baubles and untangle those fairy lights.
Rather than stick to your usual habit of decorating though, why not try something a little different and ensure your tree is on trend this Christmas ?
Sam Lyle, founder of Pines and Needles, who sold a tree to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from their store in Battersea Park last year, has shared a few tips on how to successfully decorate a tree that's fit for a catwalk.
Sam says: "When decorating your tree it is all about textures and layering no matter which theme you choose.
"Decide on which of your decorations you would like to be featured most prominently and place those first (those tend to be the largest or most detailed) and then use those as a basis to dress your tree around using your most small simple decks as ‘fillers’."
So what's in fashion in 2017?
A royal affair
Rich reds and gold are the colours to go for to get the royal seal of approval.
Sam says to go for classic red and gold baubles and traditional inspired decorations alongside crown shaped tree ornaments.
She explains: "Think deep red velvets, gold glass and silk ribbons hanging delicately.
"Detailed ornaments like small gold cherubs or some hanging crystal cut teardrops at the edges of the sumptuous branches.
"These will compliment the larger glass red and gold baubles complete with many, many warm white lights.
"Inspired by rich reds and golds, the classic British festive look is bound to bring cultural heritage into your home."
Sam says Nordic is a big trend this year: "The Scandinavians are kings of Christmas style with effortless elegance at the heart of decorating."
To get the look, opt for plain white fairy lights, use copper tones, geometric shapes and cover your tree with wooden decorations and snowflakes.
We are all dreaming of a white Christmas, but let's face it, the chances of us getting one are slim .
But at least a white Christmas theme for the tree is in fashion.
Keep decorations white, adding in notes of silver.
Glass decorations can add to the classy look.
Sam explains: "Keeping your decorations white, cool and sophisticated is going to be a big trend this year.
"An elegant way to add festive cheer into your home without dreaming of a white Christmas. "
Making the old look new is also a key trend this season, so dig deep inside your decorating box and give your old fairy, baubles and tinsel a makeover.
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