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I love how people plan a trip to London for the day just to see the Liberty Christmas floor.With its lovely Tudor beams and fireplace, the fourth floor is the most magical place to be.Every morning I step out of the lift and it takes my breath away.You can use the decorations as gift ties, as baubles on the tree or arranged in bowls – and then reuse the jars to display treats. A textiles design graduate from Loughborough University, Kelly Harrington has been a multitasking whiz for H&M in London since joining in 2002.She now oversees the company’s UK Trend & Forecast team (supporting everything from womenswear to home), curates the vintage archive in Stockholm and designs many of the graphics and prints used across every department, including the Swedish fashion brand’s Christmas home collection.It is no surprise that for Poppy Barton, home seasonal buyer for luxury lifestyle brand The White Company, the aim is to deliver the best ideas and inspiration for achieving ‘the perfect white Christmas’.

After graduating in textiles design from the University of Brighton in 2010, Poppy joined Laura Ashley before moving to The White Company in 2016, working on home fragrance and then on Christmas.I love hearing about people collecting my decorations in the same way.Each year is completely different, with over 2,000 new designs, but with a traditional feel – fairy tales and classic festive stories, angels, forest creatures and nutcrackers are always an inspiration.This year there’s a carnival feel with pineapples and flamingos; there also seems to be a lot of dogs, cats and fish.We make sure there’s something for every budget, taste and tradition.The traditional clean Scandi vibe is always our focus for H&M’s Christmas collections – emulating the Danish feeling of hygge or the Swedish idea of lagom.