How To Pull Off A Mixed Metals Christmas Colour Scheme
Christmas is here and it’s time to start decorating. You're going for a new festive feel and you're in the mood for metal. There are so many shades to choose from, how do you make a decision? The answer is... you don't! Why have one metal when you can have many? Sometimes more really is more.
We’d recommend sticking to two or three shades to keep your decorations on theme and stop your metals from getting too messy! We’ve opted for classic silver and gold, but you can pick whatever you prefer! For this look, we recommend a more neutral tree such as black, green or white to let the metals take centre stage! After lights (choose between warm white or ice white), it’s time to bauble up those branches!
To start with, we’d spread this set of Silver and Champagne Mixed Bauble Pack throughout the bows or your tree. This is a really great starting point, as not only are the colours mixed, but the shapes and the textures are assorted also, giving added dimension to your look.
After this, dot some more showstopping decorations in between. For a festive feel, we love these glass prosecco flutes which come in a silver and gold twin pack and can be paired beautifully with this Gold Beaded Prosecco Bottle.
Just because we’ve stuck to two colours doesn’t mean we’ve stuck to two shades! We suggest mixing your shades up to create different tones throughout your tree. We’re currently crushing on these Misty Grey Glitter Baubles for the soft shimmer they create. They make a perfect couple together with our Luxury Transparent Gold Sparkle baubles!
Sometimes all that glitters is gold…or silver! For something with a bit more glitz and glam, we recommend our silver or gold baubles with glitter detailing. These beaded beauties are sure to steal the show!
To pull everything together, our Tray of 12 Transparent Baubles with Gold Glitter Detail and our Tub of 20 Assorted Gold Baubles are a fantastic choice!
Now all that's left to do is sit back and watch those metallics sparkle and shine. Happy Christmas!