Our favourite Christmas trees of 2018 and where to find them

At Mask, we love a great Christmas display. So we’ve converged as a team to come up with our favourite Christmas trees around the city. Take a look!

 

Annabel’s – Mayfair

If you haven’t caught a glimpse of this mesmerising display, make your next stop Mayfair. Annabel’s have taken the Christmas spirit to a whole new level with their giant Christmas tree display which stems up their façade in Berkeley Square.

Source: luxurylondon.co.uk

 

Tiffany & Co – St Pancras

Tiffany & Co’s iconic Christmas tree at St Pancras Station takes the star for our favourite display this year. We think this is a fun and creative take on a traditional theme. The iconic tree is made up of their signature perfume bottles, hand-crafted paper irises and Tiffany coloured baubles – it’s even scented! Best viewed from St Pancras by Searcy’s Champagne bar.

Source: thestandard.co.uk 

 

The Sanderson – Fitzrovia

For something a bit different, the Sanderson have transformed their Long Bar into a Chocolate Factory with full Willy Wonka theming. We love this idea as it embraces the themes of fantasy and magic associated with Christmas but in a totally unique way! And who wouldn’t love an edible Christmas Tree?

Source: thehandbook.co.uk

 

Nobu Hotel – Shoreditch

This bespoke Christmas tree is lighting up the reception of the Nobu Hotel in Shoreditch, designed by internationally renowned artist Studio Moritz Waldemyer. We love how this display is simple and modern, yet the lights resemble candles which ties in with the tradition and spirituality of the holiday.

Source: nobuhotelsshoreditch.co.uk

 

The Connaught – Mayfair

The Connaught is making a statement this year with their 9-metre tall Christmas Tree. As if that wasn’t a statement enough, it was designed by the widely-acclaimed artist Sir Michael Craig-Martin. The tree features 12,000 lightbulbs, and constantly changes colour, moving through is bold colour palette. Such a fun idea!

 

Let us know where your favourite Christmas display is this year!