Decorating your home: Christmas for all budgets

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Tis’ season to deck the halls of your student home for the festive season and the countdown for the end of term.

And in all merriment, NUSU have sourced a wish list of the top, most essential decorations and across all budgets, ensuring there’s something for everyone!

So here’s our way to get your home Christmassy this year…

For those who ‘have no money’…

The Essentials

TOTAL:

The Extra’s

Since money is limited, here is a DIY idea to make decorations from bits found in the house:
 

For those who haven’t quite entered their overdraft…

The Essentials

           Ornaments, Wilko. £1-£1.50.
 

  • Tree Lights (In-store only)
    50, Poundland, £3.99.
     
  • Star Tree Topper
    Gold/ Silver, B&M Bargains, £2.99. 
     
  • Tree Bead Chain
    Gold/ White, 5M, Asda, £1.

TOTAL:

The Extra’s…

Feeling a little festive? Want to get a bit merrier? Here’s a few extra bargains to spruce up your home.

ASDA, £3.50
 

For the those who have money as no objection….

The Essentials

 

The Extra’s

Cause why not? You can go as extra as you like!

 

So after extensive research that is our go-to list of all the decorations you will need to make your house feel as Christmassy as possible this year!

Happy decorating!
 

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