Merry Christmas to all...




In the Furniture and Interior Design business, this time of year is always our busiest. Here in the showroom we have been working hard to make sure all our orders are out to our lovely customers ready for their furniture to be perfectly placed in time for the Big Day. As we start to gradually slow down from the Christmas rush, I am sitting here reflecting with a mince pie in one hand, and Christmas songs playing in the background.



This is my absolute favourite time of year, I love everything traditional and festive about Christmas. Being an interior addict, it’s also an excuse to move the house around, fill it with texture upon texture and bask in the smell of Christmassy goodness. This month, I’m here to offer some Christmas inspiration and spread some festive cheer to you all.



This time of year is the absolutely the time to splash on your interiors and try out new ideas with room set ups and finishes. It’s funny, December seems to be the time of year where it really doesn’t matter if you clash colour schemes or overdo it on the décor. It really is a period of trial and error, which I love.  Fill your home with cosy textures and lighting and enjoy the surroundings of your home. Christmas brings change, which takes us perfectly into the New Year.



Here at LRI we have had so much fun styling for Christmas with our newest accessories. We have also enjoyed time on a location shoot, hoping to fill you with inspiration for the decorative season. Although decorating for Christmas is a very personal experience, we have included some images below of some of our most recent work for everyone to take some inspiration from, we hope you like them!






Most importantly, we will finish off this blog this year with a huge thank you to all our customers. It’s been an extremely busy and exciting year, and we couldn’t do it without you all. So here’s to you, wishing you a very Merry and Healthy Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you on the other side!


Until next time…

Katie x

December 12, 2017 by Sarah Cook
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