Deck your halls and pick up Christmas gifts galore at this stylish online interiors emporium.

Guy and Lyndsey Goodger share a media background, excellent taste and a love of great style. Cannily, they tied these strands together by creating the online homeware haven (and Cheshire showroom) that is Rose & Grey. Thanks to superb quality at accessible price points, the family business is booming.

The couple, who have two small boys, say: “A passion for interiors and keen interest in design inspired us to create Rose & Grey to bring together all the fabulous bits and pieces we’ve encountered on our travels.”

The Rose & Grey aesthetic is chic, refined and perfectly suited to modern living. It comes as no surprise that their Christmas look this year is pared back and natural, with plenty of Scandi influences.

Here at The Good Web Guide, we could happily dress several trees, mantelpieces and doorways with their gorgeous decorations and accessories…

The first and loudest shout-out must go to their exquisite, jewel-coloured velvet stockings. In three delicious colour-ways, these are the nicest stockings we’ve seen this year. Dare we say that they’re too good for children?

Next up is Rose & Grey’s Natural Eucalyptus Wreath, which is so pretty you won’t ever want to take it down. It is made of lovely faux foliage and can be dusted off year after year.

Try to resist the Chana Mango Wood Star Decorations, which are eye-wateringly good value and are handmade out of sustainable wood.

The site is a treasure of grown-up stocking fillers and the Christmas presents that plenty of dreams are made of. Anyone for a Mabel Velvet Sofa , for example? But we don’t think you can go wrong with a candle or reed diffuser from the P.F. Candle Co. They are stylish, useful and beautiful.

While you are there, don’t forget to check out Rose & Grey’s fab blog. The inspirational weekly newsletter covers things like “How to create the perfect Airbnb rental” and “Tips and tricks for a natural Christmas”.

November 2018