5 Ways To Make Your Home Christmas Ready
It's always fun to prepare our homes for special occasions and Christmas is no exception. We've put together 5 ways that will help you get your home Christmas ready. Make sure you have prepared ahead so that the festive season is filled with fun, allowing you to celebrate in style.
The first impression of your home will come from a great house sign on arrival to your property and also some stylish door furniture, a door knocker is always useful so that you will know when your guests have arrived, hopefully holding a bottle of your favourite tipple. If guests are staying over and you're planning on some winter walks then you will need somewhere for boots to be stored near to your entrance and a great boot pull to ensure they are easily removed.
The main area you will want to have ready to go is the kitchen. All good parties end up here and so you need to have it ready for cooking and entertaining. The rustic wall mounted bottle opener is a must to have on the wall at any party, your guests will thank you.
This stylish enamelled roasting tin is ideal for larger joints of meat, poultry and a large amount of veggie roasts for the vegetarian Christmas meal. No kitchen should be without one at Christmas.
If you're thinking about making some delicious bubble and squeak the day after Christmas with all of the leftovers or cooking up some delicious eggs for breakfast, then nothing is better than these wonderful cast iron skillets, which retain the heat and have the added advantage of hob to oven cooking.
Your dining area is going to be one of the central areas to show off at Christmas time. We're sure you will love serving pre-dinner drinks in these delightful gin pewter glasses, produced 100% in the UK.
The G and T is always a winter favourite.
During lunch there is always time for a toast in these stylish Champagne flutes, followed by an after lunch tipple in these super shot glasses.
We know you'll also want to serve cheese and biscuits later on and these super stylish cheeseboards make an ideal serving platter.
Once full from all that Christmas dinner you will want to retire to a comfy living room and put your feet up next to the fire. Nothing is better than a log fire at Christmas and these log baskets are perfect for carrying logs through from outside and also storing them next to the fireplace.
While relaxing now is the time to crack a few nuts in this fabulous cast iron nutcracker, no worries about spilling the shells as it has a handy built-in shell catcher, it looks great displayed all year round too.
As your guests finally leave they will want to be able to easily grab their coats and hats and what better way to make that happen then by having a handy hat and coat rack next to your door.
With all these hooks to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. Why not hand out a little parting gift as they leave and give them this super handy bottle carrier to hold plenty of beer when you visit their home tomorrow.