So welcome to our first one stop shop! I’m hoping this series of blog posts will prove popular as The Bungalow Edit brings you brands that it knows and loves that you may not have heard of before. As Christmas is fast approaching and trees are going up everywhere, it seems only right I bring you the very best of Cox and Cox Christmas decor.
They do everything from baubles and candles, from wreaths and Christmas trees to Christmas cushions and wrapping paper. It’s pretty much a one stop shop for the home. I’m going to share with you my one stop Cox and Cox Christmas shop. Standby!
First up, I have to speak to you about their baubles. Every year I manage to sneak some more of their delightful baubles on to the tree, not only because they are beautiful but because I think they are such a good price for the quality you get.
Aren’t they lovely? My favourite baubles this year have got to be these bronze lustre, they come in a pack of 6. You get two of each design and work out at just over £3 each. Which for a glass bauble these days is a BARGAIN! They’d look great set off with some cream, navy and coppery tones.
To go with them why not try these too!
All of a sudden your tree is decorated! Those Copper flocked baubles come in a pack of twelve for £35 which works out even better at approx £2.90 each. I’ve always found them to be good quality and one year I found that out our local garden centre sold them by buying in bulk and selling them on for £5 each! Save yourself some pennies and buy direct!
So, I also mentioned they don’t just sell baubles, here are a few of my other favourite items, that Cox and Cox are bringing you this year! Last year I went crazy for some porcelain houses for candles. I’ve decided to add to them each year and create a little village of white houses, for a shelf or window sill, note my excitement when I found this one!
The little stars! Oh its so sweet isn’t it? Perfect for Scandinavian style fans alike, it would make a great gift, if you could even bear to part with it! Speaking of stars I also spotted this too: A starry wreath! ‘Frosted with muted glitter, it is a unique alternative to a traditional Christmas wreath.’ I do love the natural look and this one that you can use year after year. Perfectly festive yet understated, it consists of many small birch stars, they even do a matching garland!
The last thing I want to show you (below) is this Hygge snowflake cushion it’s even double sided and crafted from pure wool in white and soft grey, this cosy cushion is filled with a duck feather pad, perfect for snuggling up with! Also pictured is their matching snowflake throw.
I hope you have enjoyed my round up of Cox and Cox, do stop by their shop they don’t just sell Christmas items, they stock all sorts of pretties for the home and take a look, you won’t be disappointed.
I also want to see your Christmas interiors! Pop over to The BuNGALOW Edit’s Facebook Group and share your festive decor with our online community.