With the shorter days and longer evenings, what better time to start planning your Christmas decorations ready for the holiday season? Whether you’re planning to update last year’s decorations with a few new items or you’re looking to start all over again with this year’s key trends, we’ve got you covered. With five Christmas trends for this year you’re sure to find a winning collection for your home.

Wilko Christmas trends 2019


Take a deep breath and soak up Dreamland’s serene and elegant story. Calmness is captured through pretty angels, soft doves, light feathers, detailed snowflakes and magical unicorns. 

Our three favourites from this collection are:


Alpine Home

Add a touch of fun to a traditional Christmas with Alpine Home, inspired by Scandinavia. Whether you’re after traditional red Christmas decorations with red baubles and Christmas table decorations or cheery Christmas Santa decorations, you’ll find it all here.

Our three highlights from this fun range include:



Natural materials in a palette of rich forest greens, deep blues and soft greys are key to this nature-inspired Christmas 2019 trend. Indulge in a rustic Christmas with Midwinter.

Key pieces from Midwinter include:



Luxe Sparkle Christmas decorations

If you believe in a glamorous Christmas, look no further than our Luxe Sparkle Christmas collection – gold deco glam mixes with accents of millennial pink and rich burgundy for a truly indulgent collection.

Our fave pieces from this trend:




Festive Fiesta

Look no further than Festive Fiesta for colourful and fun Christmas decorations. In this Christmas collection you’ll find llamas, dinosaurs, flamingos, sloths and narwhals, bringing a modern twist to your display.

Our most loved products from this trend:



We’d love to know how you’ll be decorating your home this Christmas! Tweet us @LoveWilko, visit our Facebook page or share with us on Instagram. Find all our Christmas trends here and for everything else Christmas related including gifts, trees, wrapping paper and more, head to our Christmas section.

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