Have you also been on the hunt for ages for a fitting Christmas gift for everyone? Because of course, presents are a big part of the best time of year. We are happy to help you and give you fantastic present ideas, there really is something for everyone!

As far as we’re concerned, a Christmas tree with no presents under it isn’t complete. So, December can be an expensive month, but a small gift under the tree for those you love is just as meaningful. There is choice in abundance, for young and old alike.

Little Christmas tree

This glass Christmas tree from the Christmas Collection

is a fantastic way to decorate the festive table.

The little trees can be decorated from the top.

Biscuits and chocolates look great too.

The power of fragance

The Christmas home fragrance is

the season’s real winner. The aromas

of cinnamon, vanilla, holly and berries

add that extra touch in your home

over the festive days.

Drink, eat and enjoy!

Make the Christmas table setting extra festive with these

placemats. Add a beautiful name card so your guests

immediately know who is to sit where.

Christmas time!

These plant pots look great on the table or the windowsill

to help create a gorgeous festive ambience. A great

new trend is to do this in several corners throughout

the home. Fill the pots with mini Christmas trees or

Poinsettias. You can’t have enough festive ambience

in your home!

Tip! The Poinsettia does not like water in the bottom

of the plant pot. This makes them lose their leaves. A little

tepid water every other day is more than enough ...

A little gift for you

Before wishing one another a Merry Christmas whilst seated at a splendidly-laid table, why not give each other a small (home-made) gift or a beautiful wish message in a festive bag. Happiness is to be found in the small things!

Let it snow

We hope you still have a little space left over in your interior, as these cute votive candles are a real must-have! The stand holds a little Christmas tree and snow.

The city of light

The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, is also known as the ‘city of light’ because the evening light at dusk is so magnificent there.

The Lisbon Hurricane is just as stunning, with its five ‘arms’ and

room for five pillar candles. A genuine eye-catcher in the collection.

Light a candle

Candles add ambience and evoke hope and love, particularly

when the nights start to draw in. This handmade clay lantern

is inspired by an Ibizan church where Henk Teunissen lights a

candle for absent loved ones every time he visits the island.