I have never had a proper theme when it comes to Christmas decorations, it tends to be throw all the colours at the tree and see how it looks. This year, however, I decided to have a bit of an overhaul and give a themed look a go. It won’t be for everything, just the main tree and bits around it, but having seen all the natural wooden and white looks out there I thought I’d give it a go. Considering my decorations mainly looks like a metallic rainbow this meant a bit of a shopping spree.
This post is probably more hauls than haul, I may have got a bit carried away and bought from a few places. It’s a mix of The Range, Ikea, Disney Store and eBay.
I think it’s close enough to December to be talking about
Christmas, or more specifically Christmas decorations. There’s so many styles
around this year and I decided that I’m going to have a bit of a makeover of my
Christmas decorating style as I haven’t bought much new for the past few years
and it always feels so similar to me so there might be a couple more decoration
hauls coming up as well.
The first haul is from Primark, though it’s been more like three trips where I bought other bits too but I thought I’d wait until I had enough Christmas things to be worth a post by themselves. There’s definitely more I’d be tempted to get if they have them in stock in stores I go to.
I’ve recently redecorated my room and downsized on the figures and things I have out on the side, I found I had so much out that it was getting cluttered and so much to dust! I’m not sure how anyone with lots of figures out stops them from looking all dusty. I will admit this was a bit of an impulse buy, I wasn’t planning on having small shelves, but I love it and I’m planning on rotating my figures out on it every month or so to keep them less dusty and it keeps my room less cluttered. This shelf, or shelves I guess, was £14.99 from The Range.
I’ve seen so many nerd shelf photos and seen them in so many videos on YouTube I felt like having one myself, but keeping it small, so I plan on having this as my space for my figures, and Lego if I make little display things that will fit. At the moment I have a mix of my Disney Funko Pop and minis, Harry Potter, Doctor Who Lego and my Nendoroid. I’ll be rotating things out but it means that, although I’ve ended up going for a more minimalist look for most of my room, I still have a space for these and it makes it feel more me.