B&M releases Christmas range to rival John Lewis for half the price – so can YOU tell the difference?

WITH CHRISTMAS fast approaching, we've been putting up the decorations to give our homes a festive makeover.

B&M has launched a range of bargain decor items that looks just like a collection from John Lewis at a fraction of the price – but can you tell them apart?

Faux fur stocking in grey

B&M's Christmas Magic Faux Fur Stocking is just £3 and comes in grey and pink.

The bargain store's stocking has faux fur on both the inside and outside.

John Lewis' luxuriously soft version comes in white, fawn and ombre mocha – and sets you back £25.

Snowflake tree topper

No Christmas tree is complete without a star or angel poised on the top, and B&M's offering is only £3.

The eye-catching snowflake tree topper is made of acrylic and adds some festive sparkle.

John Lewis' delicate, beaded version is £20 and part of the brand's Impressionist theme for Christmas 2020.

Christmas wreaths

For those of us without the patience or artistic skills to make a home-made wreath, B&M's pre-lit Christmas wreath can be picked up for £20.

The wreath is decorated with cones and berries and has a warm glow.

John Lewis' natural-looking wreath with earthy tones is twice the price at £40, and features honesty leaves and pine cones.

Robin snow globe

A festive snow globe is a subtle way to make a living room or hallway look more Christmassy.

B&M's sparkly robin snow globe is only £2.50.

John Lewis has a similar item at £15.

Pre-lit, artificial Christmas tree

B&M's 7ft pre-lit Christmas tree is being sold for £160, while John Lewis is offering a similar artificial tree for £299.

B&M's tree is decorated with berries and pine cones.

John Lewis' "snowy spruce" tree has a snow-covered effect.

Santa Claus statue

B&M's Deco Shimmer Santa complete with pink outfit is £15.

The model Santa holds a set of skis and measures 45cm tall.

John Lewis' 'Renaissance' Santa model holds a wrapped gift and sack over his shoulder – this one is £35.

In other festive news, Asda shoppers were convinced a Christmas 'pickle' decoration looked like something much ruder.

Also, people are obsessed with Aldi's Christmas gonks and can't believe the price.

Elsewhere, we shared the launch of B&M's Christmas range that had people putting up their trees in October.


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