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To get you in the mood for some festive dressing, Patternbank would like to share some of the key Christmas Trends we spotted in stores and online this season. We’ve put together some of our favourite Christmas ideas for you to get decorating and feel that Christmas vibe. Happy Christmas!

Scandinavian by Tatyana Komarova available on the Patternbank Studio, Winter Palace Bauble – John Lewis, Raz Christmas Tree, Dreamcatcher Earrings – Anthropologie, Fendi SS17, Winter Palace Baboushka Family – John Lewis, Blue And White Pattern Bauble – Graham & Green


Elle Decor, Carolein Smit, Prestigious Plumes Ornament – Anthropologie, Nutcracker-Pier 1, Sugar Flowers by @cakeatelieramsterdam, Betty The Bunny – Graham & Green, Bird Paradise Hand Drawn Repeat Pattern by Ania Dergachev available on the Patternbank Studio.


Piñata Christmas Tree Decoration – The Conran Shop, Glinted Houseplant Ornament – Anthropologie, Mexican themed Christmas tree, DIY Christmas tree cactus – Sugar + Cloth, El Dorado by 215funk Design by Luigi Riccardi, Cactus kraft Christmas roll – Paperchase, Cactus Hanging Decorations – Graham & Green, Southern Hemisphere Ethno by Josephine Walz available on the Patternbank Studio


Mushroom Peg Tree Decoration – John Lewis, Woodland Watercolour by Matthew Ponting available on the Patternbank Studio, Corded Jute Ball – The Conran Shop, A festive fairy garden – John Lewis, Hares on the Mountains – Georgina Warne, H&M Christmas window 2017 – Shona Heath, Mushrooms Forest by Camila Coelho available on the Patternbank Studio


Oswald Metallic Glitter Owl – Graham & Green, Wire Doll Form W-German Doll Head, Antique Flowers by Marlou Severijns available on the Patternbank Studio, Tree Decorations – House of Hackney, auntpeaches.com, Embroidered Jacket – Gucci


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‘Our Exquisite Corpse’ teamed up with the Huichol people of western Mexico to produce these intricately beaded skulls. Each of the heavily beaded pieces has been decorated by various artists from the Huichol, using traditional symbols and designs arranged within the patterns, making every skull a completely unique piece of art. The Huichols are decendants of the Aztecs and believe in the Sun God, ancestral spirits and four principal deities – Deer, Corn, Coyote and Eagle. The Sierra Madre Mountains are their home and the Huichol have a long history of creating beaded art, which is a treasured part of their culture. Each skull is cast from resin and hand beaded onto a layer of wax. See more from ‘Our exquisite Corpse’ on their website.

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