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Words: Francesca Brown
For a truly opulent bauble, we suggest hanging this peacock sequin number on your tree (£7, selfridges.com).
Antony Gormley’s iconic Angel Of The North inspired Susan Bradley’s brilliant tree topper (£15, shop.balticmill.com).
Make your tree stand out from the pack with this striped feather beauty from Denmark (£8.75, designvintage.co.uk).
Update your tree with Liberty’s extremely sweet glass rainbow (£17.95, libertylondon.com).
The icon of 2016 interiors and now a bauble – add a dash of cactus chic to your tree (£20, conranshop.co.uk).
Channel the Scandi vibes with Skandium’s traditional Swedish wooden horse in red and blue (£3, skandium.com).
Eve Lom’s Kiss Mix Disco Ball is a clever bauble and excellent lip treatment in one (£16, spacenk.com).
Rudolph: the victim of reindeer bullying but great on foggy nights. Put him on your tree (£4, sainsburys.co.uk).
Classic smile or heart eyes: express yourself this Christmas with hanging emojis (£6.99, firebox.com).
Lavender and cinnamon are handcrafted together to create beautiful gifts and decorations (£4, pollyfields.co.uk).
My World Publishing handpaint Bowie’s Aladdin Sane onto each decoration (£9.95, shop.balticmill.com).
Inject some whimsy into your holidays with Cath Kidston’s hand-knitted designs (£8, cathkidston.com)
From oudh shower gel to lapp pine handwash, Molton Brown is beauty bauble HQ (£10, moltonbrown.co.uk).
These DIY bauble kits come with paint and glitter, and 100% of sales go to Barnardo’s (£1.99 for 6, aldi.co.uk).
This Prestat bauble is part of a hamper stuffed with baubles and truffles. Christmas made easy... (£35, prestat.co.uk)
Talking Tables’ clip-on robins will add instant festive joy to your Nordic Pine (£10 for six, talkingtables.co.uk).
Proving ombre is not just for excellent hair, Oliver Bonas’s designs feel completely fresh (£6, oliverbonas.com).
Harrods’ sprinkle-covered ice-cream decoration looks utterly FAB. Sorry... (£12.95, harrods.com)
Kitty McCall’s limited- edition origami decorations come in yellow, pink and orange (£5.50, kittymccall.com).
Sebastian Bergne makes the everyday amazing: as his bouncing ball baubles prove (£6, sebastianbergne.com).
Mark your addiction to The Crown with Aerloom’s glass Queen (£42.50, aerloom- london.myshopify.com).
Fruit, festive spices, blackberry leaves, apples and cloves: it’s a bauble full of mulled wine tea (£6, whittard.co.uk).
Each of Eat Pray Pedal’s handpainted baubles are individually numbered works of art (£18, shop.royalacademy.org.uk).
Lulu Guinness has turned her trademark motifs into the prettiest of baubles (£22, luluguinness.com).
Alessi’s cartoonesque pine cone is the hand-painted humour you’re looking for (£14.50, amazon.co.uk).
John Lewis has created a skating fox in a natty scarf: do we need to say any more? (£7, johnlewis.com)
Swarovski has a gorgeous selection of crystal for Christmas. We love this wreath (£45, swarovski.com).
Cheeky’s heart baubles with 5ml nail polishes inside them are Santa’s best secret yet (£8, urcheeky.com).
One ribbon + multiple pompoms = your very own Christmas bauble kit in on-trend neon (£2, hobbycraft.co.uk).