Home Decor Christmas Gifts
- Most liked posts
- Modern Interest
- Geometric Patterns
- The Wow Factor
- November Birth Flower
Recently I looked at what some of the home decor magazines have itemised as the most liked Instagram posts. This helped us decide what we should be providing for Christmas gifts as well as designs for the New Year.
Botanical designs, a metallic twist on geometric patterns, colours from dark inky blue to grey, curves and “wow factor” wallpapers seem to have inspired the most viewed posts. Adding a bit of 2020 flair as well as a nod to these popular schemes, our pots and boxes will add what's called “modern interest” without the cost.
To buy a Christmas gift that reflects these trends I've chosen the following from our website - old favourites and new...
DUOs and TRIOs
A set of 2 or 3 mini terracotta pots will showcase succulents and cactus. Our sets follow the simple toned schemes of pale green and pink together with a decoupaged green palm leaf pot to complete a trio.
Another major trend is rounded furniture and accessories and these 3 pots represent the curvacious geometric twist for 2020.
You may not want a brightly coloured wallpaper in your hallway - but this will brighten a corner or a windowsill with a strikingly bright and tropical pot.
Here's our take on the New Year trend for dark blues - a classy flower pot which can be paired with our damask pots to create a classic feature. This damask pattern has been a favourite with our customers for sometime and of course is mine too...
November Birth Flower and Birthstone
The November Birth Flower is Chrysanthemums or “mums” as they are more commonly known. They are one of the most widely cultivated flowers in the world. It represents cheerfulness and love.
Topaz is a birthstone that can be of various colours from blue and pink to an intense red/orange. The other stone associated with November is the Citrine found only in orange. They are a symbol of long-lasting friendship.
Best wishes from the PPP Team