Scotland’s Christmas Home of the Year winner declared!
Bay Tree House, a colourful and creative mid-terraced home in Edinburgh, takes the crown in Scotland’s Christmas Home of the Year contest.
Among festive design highlights, the home boasts hand-crafted colourful paper chains, stockings, homemade decorations, and an ‘Elf’ breakfast scene inspired by the movie.
For this family, Christmas is all about creating a multi-colored, fun festive home where memories can be made.
The judges, Anna Campbell Jones, Banjo Beale, and Danny Campbell, awarded Bay Tree House full marks with a winter wonderful 30 points.
‘It was lovely meeting the judges. They are so friendly, enthusiastic and kind, making us feel at ease. Banjo made me laugh lots saying “You’ve won baby” – he is exactly the person you see on TV.
‘I think Danny in particular loved the ‘Elf’ breakfast as he has young children himself.
‘Anna loved our use of fabric, wallpaper and paint scraps and was asking how we’d made our floral arrangements. Banjo even asked if we could adopt him so he could live in our home.
‘We’re very proud to have the colorful winning trophy centre stage in our living room on our bookshelf – it looks very much at home.’
Anna said: ‘Bay Tree house is a joyful example of a home decorated not only with masses of individuality but sustainably too, with lots of brilliant homemade ideas to steal.
‘It’s a riot of rainbow colors that works perfectly with the design of the home whilst utterly transforming it for the festive season. I can’t think of a more magical home for a child to wake up in on Christmas Day.’