What famous names are behind these very festive doors? These mini-winter wonderlands are a great example of how far celebrities will go in order to achieve a magical Christmas look.










Simply decking the halls doesn’t appear to be enough these days.

Celebrities now spend more to decorate their front doors.

These mini-winter wonderlands are a great example of how far many will go just to have a magical Christmas.

Warren Bushaway – the florist behind Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy’s decorations – said the displays can cost up to £40,000.

Vibrant: Someone’s having a Holly Jolly Christmas

Vibrant: Someone’s having a Holly Jolly Christmas

He stated that it can take up to five people over two days for them to finish.

Mr Bushaway, who has created scenes for a number of well known personalities, said: ‘It’s like Christmas art! It’s like Banksys in London. I love that most of my clients just trust me to do whatever I feel like.’

All of the merry entry are from celebrities in TV, music and sports.

Two doors have giant Nutcracker soldiers while the one outside has a country cottage with a reindeer and sleigh.

The majority of displays are twinkling with fairy lights. Many also have lollipops, greenery or peacock feathers.

The question remains, however: Can you connect the celebratory front doors with their celebrity owners?

Feathers and foliage: This scene’s certainly Got Talent

Feathers and foliage: This scene’s certainly Got Talent

Baubles galore: One family’s entrance is Strictly stunning

Baubles galore: One family’s entrance is Strictly stunning

Baby, it’s cold outside: Adding some Spice to the season

Baby, it’s cold outside: Adding some Spice to the season

Twinkly: Welcoming to carollers in good Voice

Twinkly: Welcome to carollers with good Voice

Classy: This one scores a festive winner

It’s classy! This is a winner for the festive season

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