Written by Becca Green

Sneak peek: B&M’s budget Christmas range 2020

B&M has a range of festive themes for budget-friendly decorations for this year. Take a look what you’ll find in store below and plan your Christmas scheme.

cosy christmas cool toned decor

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B&M is definitely a one-stop shop for all things Christmas once the festive season rolls around. We’ve taken a sneak peek at its Christmas collections, which are perfect for starting a new Christmas decorating scheme in your home this year.

Cosy cottage

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You can’t go wrong with a traditional Christmas colour palette of red, gold and green. Invest in some forever pieces from B&M this year with their array of festive-themed cushions, ornaments and tree decorations. You’ll also be able to get your hands on matching wrapping paper and ribbon.

cosy cottage festive decorations

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Cosy up your space for Christmas with an abundance of faux fur cushions and throws. The picture above is a teaser of what’s to come in time for the festive season!

Festive blush shimmer

blush pink christmas decor

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Buck the trend and opt for blush pink Christmas décor for 2020. This soft and glamorous scheme will no doubt be a hit on Instagram and we absolutely love the velvet soft furnishings, metallic accessories and faux floral pieces.

blush christmas mantelpiece

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Dress your mantelpiece this year with a bright and colourful flower garland. Forget the hassle of a real one made out of foliage and delicate blooms and opt for a faux version like this one from B&M.

Christmas magic

cosy christmas cool toned decor

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Bring some sparkle into your home this Christmas with B&M’s Christmas Magic collection. Packed full of cool-toned decorations, perfect for a Scandi-inspired space, this look is easy to recreate in your own home. Invest in some minimalist tree ornaments, and adorn a frosted-tip Christmas tree with tonnes of sparkling decorations that you love.

silver and blue christmas baubles

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The baubles for this trend are super stylish and look far more expensive than they are. Starting at just £1, you can switch up the entire look of your tree this year without breaking the bank. Forget filling empty tree space with tinsel and instead go all out with oversized baubles!

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