I personally cannot believe December is here already and in less than three weeks it will be Christmas Day. I am a little behind on decorating, in fact I haven't even started yet but it was hard for me not to be inspired when I visited the Archers Hall Design Centre in Speightstown. The historic building dating back to the 1700's is not only filled with its beautiful and unique furniture pieces and accessories but at this time of year is overflowing with a fabulous collection of both traditional and contemporary Christmas decorations and stunning decorated Christmas trees.
Archer's Hall carries a stunning collection of unique glass and enamel decorations in both contemporary and traditional styles which can be used in any colour scheme or holiday decor theme you choose and their collection of handblown glass ornaments add elegance to any tree with their iridescent beauty. Archer's Hall also carries some beautiful decorative accessories such as glittered reindeer, the holy family and breathtaking angels or if you are like me and may want something a bit more simple they have the most gorgeous artificial Poinsettia in a variety of sizes and options.
Christmas in my opinion is when the traffic gets heavier and everything seems to get more hectic but some of my favourite times at Christmas are those spent with family and friends at gatherings such as dinners, lunches or even cocktail parties and I definitely enjoy decorating for such events so it's no surprise I was drawn to their wide variety of entertaining accessories. The gorgeous napkins, napkin rings and stunning platters and servers are sure to add glitz and glamour to your Christmas entertaining.
I am also excited for tomorrow to celebrate ten years with Archer's Hall. I can imagine the store will be magical with its incredible decorations and sparkly lights, not to mention they will be serving wine and cheese and offering a 10 % discount on items storewide. Not to be forgotten are the wide variety of items on sale with discounts ranging from 25% to 90%.
To learn more about Archers Hall and their history take a look at my previous post. You can also visit their website, like them on Facebook or follow along on Instagram and Pinterest.