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London’s Prettiest Christmas Trees

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Fashionable firs to get you feeling festive

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From traditional green pines to contemporary art installations, beautiful Christmas trees are popping up all around the capital. Check out our pick of the best Christmas trees in London for some serious festive decor inspiration.

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  • Belmond Cadogan Christmas Tree

    Belmond Cadogan Hotel Christmas Tree

    World-famous department store Harvey Nichols was enlisted to create the striking Christmas tree at Belmond Cadogan Hotel. Featuring a classic, pared back colour scheme, the tree is adorned with white and mirrored baubles, cascading silver lights, glittered cedar foliage and shimmering abstract stars, sitting atop wrapped Harvey Nichols gifts. belmond.com

  • aqua shard Christmas tree

    aqua shard

    Acclaimed British set designer Soutra Gilmour is behind the show-stopping tree at aqua shard, which is made up of hundreds of golden paintbrushes. The tree has been created as a celebration of the craftspeople behind the scenes of London’s celebrated theatre industry: the makers and painters that bring productions alive. aquashard.co.uk

  • Claridge's Christmas Tree

    Claridge’s

    Claridge’s has unveiled its 2020 Christmas tree, created in collaboration with long-time friend of the hotel Kelly Ellis, founder of McQueens Flowers. This year the tree stands as a symbol of hope for the future, drawing on themes from the Roaring Twenties – a time when people were praying for better times post-war. It has a natural shape, with each snowy branch adorned with over 10,000 crystal and glass garlands and pendants, reflecting light across the hotel’s famous Art Deco lobby. claridges.co.uk

  • The Ned Christmas Tree

    The Ned

    Luxurious private members’ club The Ned has revealed its 22ft British-grown Premier Nordman tree, dressed with with 6,000 traditional fairy lights, golden leather leaf ferns and over 1,000 baubles. Image: Instagram. thened.com

  • St Pancras Christmas Tree

    St. Pancras International Station

    Created alongside EL&N London and Holland Harvey Architects, the festive installation at St. Pancras is a celebration of NHS staff, who have worked tirelessly throughout this tough year. Titled The 2020 Tree of Hope, the 34ft creation showcases a wonderland-themed carousel topped with a pink ribbon-adorned tree. To celebrate NHS heroes, the tree is covered with 1200 metres of ribbon printed with quotes of love and hope from team members at hospitals around the city. stpancras.com

  • Matilda Goad Christmas Tree

    The JOY Tree, Television Centre

    British designer Matilda Goad is behind the twelve-metre-tall showstopper at White City’s Telvisoin Centre. Commissioned by Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, ‘The Joy Tree’ is Matilda’s first major outdoor Christmas installation, featuring traditional baubles with bow detailing alongside oversized letters in brightly coloured metallics, inspired by Quality Street wrappers. Students of a local school, Jack Tizard, provided the inspiration for the words dotted within the whimsical tree, which loosely spell out feelings of hope and positivity. A special QR code, meanwhile, unlocks a festive playlist which visitors can enjoy. televisioncentre.com

  • Bond Street Christmas Tree

    Bond Street

    If you’re planning on braving Bond Street for some Christmas shopping, look out for the pretty five-metre tree that’s just appeared there. There’s a virtual element to this one: upon scanning a QR code, visitors will be transported to a magical, fairy-filled land.

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  • Belmond Cadogan Christmas Tree

    Belmond Cadogan Hotel Christmas Tree

    World-famous department store Harvey Nichols was enlisted to create the striking Christmas tree at Belmond Cadogan Hotel. Featuring a classic, pared back colour scheme, the tree is adorned with white and mirrored baubles, cascading silver lights, glittered cedar foliage and shimmering abstract stars, sitting atop wrapped Harvey Nichols gifts. belmond.com

  • aqua shard Christmas tree

    aqua shard

    Acclaimed British set designer Soutra Gilmour is behind the show-stopping tree at aqua shard, which is made up of hundreds of golden paintbrushes. The tree has been created as a celebration of the craftspeople behind the scenes of London’s celebrated theatre industry: the makers and painters that bring productions alive. aquashard.co.uk

  • Claridge's Christmas Tree

    Claridge’s

    Claridge’s has unveiled its 2020 Christmas tree, created in collaboration with long-time friend of the hotel Kelly Ellis, founder of McQueens Flowers. This year the tree stands as a symbol of hope for the future, drawing on themes from the Roaring Twenties – a time when people were praying for better times post-war. It has a natural shape, with each snowy branch adorned with over 10,000 crystal and glass garlands and pendants, reflecting light across the hotel’s famous Art Deco lobby. claridges.co.uk

  • The Ned Christmas Tree

    The Ned

    Luxurious private members’ club The Ned has revealed its 22ft British-grown Premier Nordman tree, dressed with with 6,000 traditional fairy lights, golden leather leaf ferns and over 1,000 baubles. Image: Instagram. thened.com

  • St Pancras Christmas Tree

    St. Pancras International Station

    Created alongside EL&N London and Holland Harvey Architects, the festive installation at St. Pancras is a celebration of NHS staff, who have worked tirelessly throughout this tough year. Titled The 2020 Tree of Hope, the 34ft creation showcases a wonderland-themed carousel topped with a pink ribbon-adorned tree. To celebrate NHS heroes, the tree is covered with 1200 metres of ribbon printed with quotes of love and hope from team members at hospitals around the city. stpancras.com

  • Matilda Goad Christmas Tree

    The JOY Tree, Television Centre

    British designer Matilda Goad is behind the twelve-metre-tall showstopper at White City’s Telvisoin Centre. Commissioned by Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, ‘The Joy Tree’ is Matilda’s first major outdoor Christmas installation, featuring traditional baubles with bow detailing alongside oversized letters in brightly coloured metallics, inspired by Quality Street wrappers. Students of a local school, Jack Tizard, provided the inspiration for the words dotted within the whimsical tree, which loosely spell out feelings of hope and positivity. A special QR code, meanwhile, unlocks a festive playlist which visitors can enjoy. televisioncentre.com

  • Bond Street Christmas Tree

    Bond Street

    If you’re planning on braving Bond Street for some Christmas shopping, look out for the pretty five-metre tree that’s just appeared there. There’s a virtual element to this one: upon scanning a QR code, visitors will be transported to a magical, fairy-filled land.