All I want for Christmas... | Inquirer Business

All I want for Christmas…

By: - Reporter / @amyremoINQ
/ 03:04 AM November 07, 2020

It’s time to start prepping for the merriest season of the year. Get into that festive holiday spirit by bringing out your trusty Christmas trees, bright colorful lights, sparkly tinsel ornaments, pinecones and glam tabletop decor to spruce up every possible nook in your home. And while this year has certainly been most challenging given the pandemic, the stringent lockdowns and other natural calamities that happened throughout the year, adding pops of shimmering golds, bold reds and bright greens in your homes will definitely do wonders in lifting your spirits and spreading warmth and cheer this Yuletide season.

Check out these great holiday decor finds which might just find a spot in your homes.


Augusto 1055

Want to go sustainable this Christmas? Check out Augusto 1055’s Rustic Christmas trees, which you can turn into your fun DIY project this holiday. Order yours now and you get a burlap sack containing pine wood planks, a metal pole and an instruction card on how to assemble your tree. What’s good is that you can easily customise your tree’s size and color—plus, Augusto 1055 can throw in some cute festive decor, too, for a small additional fee. And once the holidays are over, you can still use these planks as shelves for your succulents and shrubs, or as a wall decor to adorn your homes. Or, if you’d rather keep them, the trees are easy to dismantle and won’t take up too much space for storage. Check out its Instagram @augusto_1055.


Teacups, Teapots and Whatnots

Nothing speaks of Christmas more than the iconic Royal Albert Old Country Roses (OCR). The pattern of lush roses in hues of red and yellow, nestled on the soft green leaves evokes warmth and joy. The scalloped edges finished with a stippling of 22 karat gold sparkles when hit by light. It’s no wonder that it’s the best-selling pattern in the world with over 150 million pieces sold. It’s been in production since 1962 under Royal Albert’s most famous designer Harold Holdcroft. They say the most valuable is the series made from 1962-1973 as these are the years when Holdcroft was still working for the company, overlooking the production of this pattern personally. He retired in 1972. Make sure to purchase from a shop like Teacups, Teapots and Whatnots, who knows the rich history behind their products like the OCR. Find the shop on Facebook ( and on Instagram (@iloveteacupsph).

Fig & Vine Floral Studio

Deck your walls with these lovely glam wreaths, Yuletide door hangers, and centerpieces from the Christmas collection of Fig & Vine. You can choose the Bianca Wreath, a large lush wreath made up of pine leaves, cypress leaves, pinecones and seeded eucalyptus to hang on your doors or the Jovie Door Hanger which comes with fresh pine leaves, cypress, ilex berries, pinecones and satin ribbon. Better yet, check out for more choices.

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