Another year is soon coming to an end, which means it’s that exciting time again to walk around the city, exploring and admiring the vibrant Christmas lights and festive displays!
Last year we explored Birmingham, however this year we thought it would be great to see what London had to offer. We were certainly not disappointed!

Read on to see all of the fabulous displays in London this year.

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Tiffany & Co

The Birmingham Tiffany's store was one of our favourite Christmas displays from last year, and once again the gorgeous jewellery store is another favourite this year!

The display might seem much simpler than other Christmas store displays, however, the twinkling wreath's in each window and the green, sparkling garlands decorated around the front entrance have been tastefully done, and look exquisitely stylish.

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Liberty London

The Liberty Christmas Story is the theme for the Christmas windows at the iconic department store. The idea came about from the animals that were carved all around the store in the 1920s by Lawrence Turner, who ran the Liberty Arts and Crafts furniture workshop in Archway.

Monkeys swing from the ceiling, lions relax by the fireside and elephants sit at the head of dinner tables, all of which were hand drawn by Liberty Fabric print designer Ffion Griffith.

This is one of our favourites because it is so quirky, fun and joyful - everything Christmas should be.

And to top it all off, they have a makeshift hot air balloon in the department store!

Stella McCartney

The gorgeous Stella McCartney festive display is most definitely a wow factor! Even in the daytime, the lights are an array of beautiful show stopping colours.

Accompanying the bright lights on the building are the LED lights in the windows which are in the shapes of Christmas trees, presents, stars and other festive accessories.

The lights are powered by a renewable energy company which we think is fantastic, and applaud the Stella McCartney team.
 

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je+1 Christmas In London

Harrods

The famous Brompton Road Christmas windows, follow a tableau of familiar festive rituals that take place over the course of Christmas Day.

The tableau showcases familiar festive rituals with a luxury Harrods twist: unwrapping gifts with Bottega Veneta, a giant Christmas dinner featuring food from Harrods’ iconic food halls, The Dolce & Gabbana Leftover Fridge and party time with Elie Saab.

Our favourite window is undoubtedly the enourmous Roast Dinner, of course!

Harrods have also placed a beautifully dedcorated Christmas tree outside their store, with giant sized presents placed neatly and wrapped perfectly in the iconic Harrods colour green.

 

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