Dobbies unveils “showstopping” new Christmas themes for 2023

by | Jun 27, 2023 | Chains, News | 0 comments

Dobbies has unveiled its highly anticipated Christmas decorating trends for 2023, showcasing the festive possibilities for homes and budgets of all shapes and sizes. With great value options in mind, Dobbies’ carefully curated themes highlight how you can achieve a memorable yuletide season without spending a fortune. Whether you’re looking to deck the halls of a contemporary city apartment, cosy country cottage, or busy family home, Dobbies has the trees, baubles, and all the trimmings to suit. And with gorgeous decorations starting from just £1.99 you can spend less without having to compromise on style. From a traditional Christmas with a fun twist in Christmas Wonder; an elegant celebration of luxurious cherry reds and antique golds in Classic Luxe; a natural blend of the beautiful outdoors and winter interiors in Cosy Christmas; to Mystical Winter, which takes inspiration from frosted landscapes and cool icy tones, the possibilities are truly endless. The expert team at Dobbies has put together four themes for 2023, complete with stunning trees, showstopping decorations and baubles, and stylish home accessories to suit every taste. Dobbies Garden Centres’ Senior Christmas Buyer, Lynsey Abbott, commented: “This Christmas, our themes are here to inspire you to have fun with festivities and celebrate the season with things that bring you joy. Whether you’re looking to give your traditional Christmas a modern upgrade, throw a sparkling soiree to remember, or embrace the outdoors with on-trend natural interiors, our Christmas collections offer something for everyone. “We’ve worked had to ensure our 2023 offering is inclusive so great value options sit at the heart of all four themes to ensure no matter your budget, you can achieve the Christmas style of your dreams. “Christmas Wonder and Classic Luxe showcase Dobbies’ range of classic Christmas decorations, each with a unique twist to complement a variety of interior styles. “At Dobbies, celebrating nature is important, and our Cosy Christmas theme blends natural elements with layers of terracotta and sage green to bring the outside in while maintaining a warm overall vibe. “My personal favourite this year is Mystical Winter as the unique combination of icy blue, deep navy and rose gold brings an unexpected warmth to this frosty theme. “While the Christmas tree remains an important tradition for many homes, this year we’ll see other elements shine just as bright, with captivating tablescapes, unique wreaths, festive houseplants, and showstopping accessories helping to create a magical Christmas.”

The trends unwrapped

Christmas Wonder

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A theme for the whole family, the joyful design of Christmas Wonder gives traditional greens and reds a contemporary update with on-trend espresso browns and matt gold. Happy festive prints evoke feelings of nostalgia, while modern accents bring this fun theme into the modern age. Colour palette features red, green, espresso brown and matt gold.

Classic Luxe

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A reimagination of the classical Christmas we all know and love, this elegant theme combines festive cherry reds with opulent antique golds for a party-ready look that oozes luxury. Romantic regency influences are brought up-to-date with contemporary touches of soft pink and trending pistachio, giving an abundance of inspiration for those looking to achieve a classic Christmas with a twist. Colour palette features cherry red, antique gold, soft pink and pistachio.

Cosy Christmas

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This warm, comforting theme brings together the beauty of the great outdoors and the cosiness of a winter evening in front of the fire for a natural, inviting look. Warm, earthy tones are layered with terracotta, mustard and sage greens to create a theme that celebrates nature. Potted trees, houseplants, foliage and root vegetables feature at the heart of this theme that seamlessly brings the outside in. Colour palette features terracotta, mustard and sage green.

Mystical Winter

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Inspired by the glistening frost at dawn and the twinkling stars at dusk, Mystical Winter draws on the cool beauty of a winter’s day. This radiant theme combines shimmering icy blues, iridescent whites and lustrous deep navy with contemporary accents of rose gold for a glittering effect that will give your interiors a frosted look and feel. Colour palette features icy blue, iridescent white, deep navy and rose gold.

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