A Homesense Christmas Party

A Homesense Christmas Party

I have long been a fan of Homesense and their interiors range. It is the kind of place that me and my Mum like to have a good nose round, when we meet for coffee and a chat. They have a good selection of all things home, from scented candles, to furniture, mirrors, and things for the garden. They are a great place to look for gift ideas too.

Lost & Found Birmingham - Behind the bookcase bar

Source: Lost & Found

Recently, I was invited to their blogger’s Christmas party and given the opportunity to see their Christmas range. The event was held at The Lost & Found, Birmingham, in their secret ‘behind the bookcase’ bar. I loved the venue. The decor was great and there was plenty of prosecco and yummy food on tap, which never fails to endear!

The event gave me to opportunity to meet and chat with some lovely bloggers, whom I have only spoken to online before now. It is so lovely to meet people in the flesh and discover that they’re as lovely in real life, as they are online. It was also a very welcome break from decorating our home, which has become a bit of a nightly routine in our house at the moment.

Homesense’s new Christmas range has lots of lovely pieces that would be perfect for entertaining on Christmas day. For example, their oversized candelabra would look great on a Christmas dining table, and they have some very sweet cheese dishes and golden cocktail shakers too.



One of the great things about Homesense, is that they are very reasonably priced, but the products are still of good quality and are always up to date with the latest trends. As soon as we have finished decorating, I will be popping in to see what I can pick up for our home!

If you fancy taking a look at their extensive Christmas range, then be sure to pop into your local store, where they have everything from modern and traditional decorations, to novelty giant sleighs, and reindeer!

Thank you so much to HIBS100 and Homesense for inviting me to their Christmas party, I had a great time. Merry Christmas (Totally acceptable for me to say that now it’s December!).

*Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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