For many Christmas is still very much on the horizon. With six weeks until Jesus’ birthday celebrations our decorations are still firmly in a dusty drawer somewhere, having not sparkled since last year.
In Essex, however, The Only Way Is Essex star Jessica Wright’s house is already looking ready for Santa Claus’ arrival.
Sharing to her Jessica Wright Home Instagram account the star posted the transformation of her front door, and frankly it looks incredible.
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The star’s navy blue front door is stunningly styled with an autumnal wreath surrounding the door knob.
In it are pinecones and gold baubles intertwined with foliage.
However, the piece de resistance of the design is the beautiful decoration that covers the balcony and its wooden supports.
This is covered in frosted faux foliage and candy-coloured baubles and flowers. What an entrance!
The sister of Mark Wright shared the snaps with her home account’s 68.2k followers, writing: “wow wow wow I am absolutely in love with my new Christmas doorway
“I have wanted my door done for years & finally got round to it. The most talented girls thank you so much
“@flairandfoliage for the garlands & @bespokedwreaths_london for the wreaths. You did such a beautiful job I’m chuffed”.
Jessica is not the only celebrity to showcase her amazing Christmas decorations.
Earlier this week Rochelle Humes took to Instagram to reveal how she had transformed her fireplace.
The whole fireplace is surrounded by bright baubles in gem-like colours which are intertwined with foliage including ivy and holly.
The stylish former Saturdays singer shared the snaps with her two million followers, which included her two older children Alaia-Mai and Valentina grinning in matching pyjamas.
Talk about Christmas card picture perfection!
Rochelle captioned the set of photos, writing: “I know it’s early but we are WAYYYYYY too excited…and for very good reason.
“Merry Christmas (can I say that or am I pushing my luck?)”