Designer's incredible Christmas decorations – 6ft rose gold tree from ASDA and pink tinsel



    Siobhan Hannah Murphy is a fashion and interiors expert, who has appeared on BBC’s Interior Design Masters. She is interested in all things pink, and her style comprises wild wallpapers and vintage finds.

    “How cute is this little kitsch set up and outfit!” (sic)”

    Siobhan detailed her decorations were sourced from George at ASDA, while the poodles, which she sprayed lilac herself, are from Homesense.

    Siobhan has the rose gold tine 6ft unlit tree, £40, from Asda.

    She also appeared to have the pink glitter reindeer table decoration, £5.

    She decorated with the pink Christmas tree decoration, £5, and the gold-tone dragonfly bauble, £3.

    As Britons prepare for Christmas, tidying expert Marie Kondo gave her tips for cleaning your home ahead of the festive period. 

    The Japanese expert, born in Tokyo, spoke with about how to tackle the autumn months.

    She said: “Look at what you actually used this summer before you put it away for the season.

    “Are you hanging on to bathing suits that haven’t fit in years?

    “If so, then they probably don’t bring you joy anymore and are objects of the past that no longer serve you.”

    Another interior expert shared how to create the scalloped wall trend. 

    To create the look, Helen Goddard, owner of the Decorating Centre Online (DCO), has shared a how-to guide exclusively with


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