Christmas has come early for a Birmingham-based law firm as they help to secure a new premises for the UK’s largest provider of bespoke Christmas decorations.
Leading business, property and private client services law firm Emms Gilmore Liberson advised ‘The Christmas Decorators’ on a move to a new regional headquarters in Aston, Birmingham.
Commercial property specialist Philip Hunt, Associate Solicitor at EGL, said: “We’re very pleased to have assisted The Christmas Decorators with its relocation to new premises, after many months of careful planning. It is a positive move for the business, giving it the greater storage space it requires and the scope to further expand. Having seen firsthand the array of festive products the business has to offer, it’s clearly never too soon to begin planning for Christmas!”
Founded in Aspen Colorado, by British couple Nick and Sarah Bolton, The Christmas Decorators are headquartered in Liverpool and have 50 offices across the UK.
The Christmas Decorators made their name by transforming the homes of stars such as Charles Bronson and David and Victoria Beckham into winter wonderlands, providing high-spec decorations for homes, retail and commercial premises.
The business has taken a five-year lease of a 6,430 sq ft warehouse in Bracebridge Street, just outside Birmingham city centre; the move will allow the firm to consolidate its regional outlets into one central location.
Louise Walsh, Managing Director, The Christmas Decorators, said: “We’re thrilled to have the keys to our fantastic new warehouse, we couldn’t be happier to be here. This building gives us the space we need to design, create and store all of our products, with room to develop a showroom in the months ahead. Our service appeals to a discerning customer with a hectic lifestyle. We take all of the stress away from preparing a home or office for the festive season and after Christmas is over, we even take down decorations and safely store them away. We look forward to welcoming new and existing clients to discuss their Christmas requirements.”