Christy Gift Guide: 12 Gifts of Christmas

At Christy, we are firm believers that Christmas gifts should be three things:

  1. Personal
  2. Beautiful
  3. Luxurious

In the season to be jolly, we do not wish for you to lose out on getting your loved ones the perfect Christmas gifts. Something that they can treasure, not just in the moment, but all year round too. Gifts that are universally loved by all, a perfect stand-alone present and one to enhance another gift.

The Christy 12 Gifts of Christmas

  1. Faraday Robe/Mali Robe (getting holiday ready)

Holidays are a popular gift choice during the season – probably because we are all so bored of the rain, sleet and windy (especially up-North!). So why not prepare your SO for your next getaway by treating them to a lovely, light Faraday or Mali Robe.

  1. Personalised Robes

The personalisation trend is one of our favourites. A lovely way to make a gift extra-special and is now available to do on our cute Junior Robes! A perfect memento for them to wear now, and for you to keep in the future to bring back treasured, childhood memories.

  1. Christy Gift Boxes

Gift Boxes are blissful and make the wrapping process so much easier! Now available in Gift Boxes, our Cosy Robes can be given to your partner directly, without the hassle of wrapping it up beforehand.

  1. Personalised Towels

Renaissance towels are a timeless classic of ours, epitomising luxury quality and elegance. Now available with personalisation, this towel is a lovely stocking-filler for mums and dads alike.

  1. Supreme Face Cloth

Got your friend a Spa Kit Gift Set for Christmas but are unsure how to make it extra-special? Pair with our soft Supreme Face Cloth to as a touch of luxury to your already beautiful gift, as seen on Cherry Oak Manor. Read her blog here.

  1. Hetty the Hedgehog

It’s Christmas Eve. The children are asleep. They have been good all year, and they are hoping that Santa will visit. When the children wake up during the middle of the night to check if Santa has been, they happily find a new bedtime edition. And there sits Hetty the Hedgehog. Santa has been…

  1. Star Cushion/Moon Cushion

We always tell our little ones to reach for the Stars, aiming for Infinity and Beyond. With our Star and Moon cushions you can make this a reality.

  1. Horizon Cushion/Jaipur Cushion

Adding a touch of elegance and comfort to your home is made easy with our Horizon and Jaipur cushions. After all, there is nothing better than sinking into a chair piled high with cushions after your Christmas Dinner and snoozing until the evening guests arrive!

  1. Game, Set, Bath Wash Mitt and Cuddle Robe

As the John Lewis Christmas Ad demonstrates, a gift can be more than just a material object, it can encourage you to pursue your dreams and strive for success! With this in mind, what better way to give your little Champion than our Game, Set, Bath collection. Soft and beautifully designed, with the Wimbledon logo in pride and place, this collection can set up your little one for success since day one.

  1. Cashmere Hot Water Bottle 

You hear the word ‘cashmere’ and you can’t help but smile and sigh at the thought of its luxurious texture. This makes our Cashmere Hot Water Bottle in Otter the essential Christmas gift as it is the epitome of luxury, high-quality and is thus perfection.

  1. Christy Chunky Knit Throw

This opulent throw is 100% the cosiest, warmest, thickest throw in the Christy range. Handmade and available in vibrant colourways, this gift is a fitting choice for your other half this winter.

  1. 900TC Bed Linen

Christmas is about treats. So treat yourself and your house to our most premium bed linen in the range. Our 900TC Sateen Bed Linen depicts class and beautiful quality, providing the best night’s sleep when Christmas Day is done.


Q+A with Soozi and Ella-Maria Danson

We’re very proud to have Northern mother and daughter duo Soozi and Ella-Maria from the amazing interiors Instagram accounts @soozidanson and @_dansoninthestreet_ to give an insight into their style from their fondest decor memories to top tips for renovating. Team Christy met Soozi and Ella at a No House Rules interiors event after lusting of their home on Instagram for many months. Get yourself a cup of your favourite drink and take five getting to know both ladies.

What is your perfect night in?

The answer to this is unanimous! A large glass of G+T, a takeaway from our local Indian restaurant, PJ’s, dressing gowns and slippers accompanied by a binge watch of the latest TV police drama!

What inspired you to start blogging? Why interiors specifically?

Soozi: My blog, The Patterned Palace, was really a natural progression for me after having built up my following on my Instagram account @soozidanson over the last 18 months or so. I started posting pictures of my interior and received such incredible feedback and encouragement from people who loved my style, that I am now making a career out of it! I’m really enjoying working with brands and sharing my love of pattern and colour with whomever wishes to see it!

How would you describe your style in three words?

Funnily enough despite the 26 year age gap our style is very much the same. Eclectic, pattern-clashing and colorful and we would say this runs in both our interiors and wardrobe style choices!

What would be your ‘top tips’ to someone who is currently renovating?

Soozi:  If it’s an option I would highly recommend living in a space before making any drastic design decisions. I don’t think you really know how you will use a space until you have lived in it and this can affect all sorts of things when renovating your home.

What is your favourite room to decorate in the household and why?

Definitely bedrooms! You can go a bit wild in there with patterns, colours and textures and really show the occupants personality!

What makes the perfect bed in your eyes?

Ella: Fresh bedding – you can’t beat it, a chunky cosy throw and of course as many pattern clashing scatter cushions as you can fit on the bed without it looking ridiculous haha!

When purchasing bed linen, what key element do you specifically consider before purchasing?

Soozi: This depends on who I’m buying for. When it comes to my son he is a bed linen connoisseur, it has to be super soft & luxurious with the highest  thread count available! For me it’s all about the design. So something eye catching that fits in well with my chosen colour scheme & design. As head housekeeper, I also insist on quality that can stand the test of time!

What is your favourite mummy-daughter activity?

We are particularly partial to an IKEA trip! I mean what could be better than interior design and meatballs all under one roof!

What is your fondest memory of re-decorating your house?

Ella: Definitely when we re-decorated my en-suite bathroom. It was our first proper project together, it was amazing how the wallpaper alone completely transformed the space. Even though the wallpaper is dark & heavily patterned we decided to paste it on all the walls and it has surprisingly made the bathroom look much bigger. We spent two days wallpapering and re-styling the room whilst listening to musicals full blast! It was perfect!

What was the biggest challenge you faced when re-decorating and how did you over-come this?

Soozi: The biggest challenge is probably cost for me. Though my head is constantly brimming with new design ideas, the budget is unfortunately often a little tight. I have managed to get around this by shopping around to get the best deals available when buying wallpaper, soft furnishings, artwork etc, a lot of which I have found from small businesses I’ve discovered on instagram. I also save money by doing a lot of the work myself! I’m now a dab hand at painting and decorating & sometimes feel I may have missed my vocation in life! Haha!

Sometimes having the same décor for a while can become slightly mundane. What small changes would you suggest are good small changes to make that will keep your bedroom and bathroom fresh and contemporary over the course of the year?

Soozi: Changing up simple things such as swapping your towels or cushions is a great way to change the feel of a room. Also having a shuffle around on gallery walls and shelfies is an easy, cost effective way to breath new life into a space. Just moving prints around or adding in plates or new colours can have an instant impact.

What would you say makes a house a home?

Family. Home is wherever your family is and the dogs of course! The sheer joy on the faces of our two cairnoodles, Mini & Elvis, every time we walk in through the front door  is such a perfect welcome and you know then ‘Yes,I’m home!’.

What is your favourite colour pairing? Why?

At the moment we are both huge fans of a bit of Monochrome. A bold black & white pattern looks great alongside most other colours & can look really effective in any room.

May we cheekily ask what is your favourite Christy product and why?

Soozi: I love the Christy towels that we have in Ella’s bathroom, they go perfectly with the crazy underwater theme we have going on it there. I’m currently planning a whole new master suite revamp so may have some new favourites from Christy soon!

Ella: I am a massive fan of the Chunky Knit throws – I love anything comfy and cosy but that also looks bang on trend.. I think the dusky pink one would look amazing in my bedroom actually… hint hint Soozi!

Make sure you are following both ladies on Instagram, you can find Soozi here and Ella here.


Colour Of The Month – November – Red

It’s Christmas! Okay, maybe not just yet, but it is getting to the point where it is extremely close. Also it’s now past Halloween so we can totally talk about it.

At this time of year we like celebrate all things bright and beautiful. For this is the season of cosiness and indulgence. And what is a more indulgent colour that red?

A colour associated with energy, passion and desire. One that can liven the atmosphere. Thus, a perfect colour to incorporate during that décor transformation for all of the Christmas Cocktail Parties. Fun!

We can definitely help here…

Let’s Get Red-Ready with Christy, Festive Edition One.

1. Christy Chunky Knit Throw

Nothing screams luxurious like this Chunky Knit Throw in Carmine. Lusciously thick. 100% Merino Wool. Handmade… Simply a beautiful festive treat!

2. Prism Towels (Fire Engine) and Brixton Towels (Cinnabar)

Towels are a great way to add a dash of colour without having to redesign your home completely. Red is a great colour for this, as it tends to be easy to pair with other colours. So whether your bathroom incorporates neutral brown tones or pastel pinks and greens, our Prism Fire Engine or Brixton Cinnabar towels can spice up your bathroom in time for Christmas.

3. Finchley Flannelette Stripe Bed Linen Red

With all of the excitement (and stress!) surrounding Christmas it is so important to get a good nights sleep. Whether you have a seemingly never-ending gift list on your mind, or you have last minuted uni deadlines to hit, our Flannelette Bed Linen is the soft, end of day finish to help you escape into sleep.

4. Addison Towels and Rialto Towels in Wine

Tapping into rich pink tones, our Addison and Rialto towels in Wine are a fine asset to any bathroom. Wine is a favorite at Christmas, rich in flavour and sophistication. So, like the colourway suggests, it will come as no surprise that these towels are rich in colour and soft in texture.


The Christy Christmas Shop Has Opened!

Is it too early to start thinking about Christmas shopping? Definitely not. Just think, the sooner it is finished then the more time you can spend enjoying the Christmas celebration throughout December! No more stress.

Treat your loved ones with luxury products and where better to start with Christy. From super soft monogrammed robes, to the pure indulgence of cashmere socks, we can offer something for everyone. Looking for a starting point? Have a browse of our highly recommended indulgent gifts below.

Monogrammed bath robes

A luxury robe is always a beautiful gift to receive. But why not make the extra effort by getting one that is delicately personalised? It is Christmas after all.

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Cashmere socks

Cashmere. The epitome of luxury. Our exquisitely soft cashmere socks are simply heavenly against your skin. An essential Christmas gift.

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Seasonal softness

This bold checkered bed linen is perfect for the festive season. Made with soft brushed cotton, this range epitomises cosiness and is perfect to climb into during chilly Winter nights.

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Classic luxury

The gift that keeps on giving for years to come. Absorbent, soft and warm, you can’t go wrong with a Christy towel set.

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Colour of the month – October

We’re saying goodbye to the sun in October. However a fashion forward colour from summer is here to stay for the Autumn season. Yellow is brightening up those dark winter days with a pop of vibrant colour. Enjoy!

Jaipur throw

A showstopper statement piece in both look and feel. Made with 100% cotton with a soft velvet front and sustainable linen reverse, add that ouch of elegance your bed craves for with the coveted Jaipur throw in Turmeric.

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Anya bed linen

With subtle pops of yellow detailing within the beautiful floral design, the Anya bed linen is subtle way to introduce the colour of the month into your bedroom. It is also the perfect companion for the Turmeric Jaipur throw.

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Haruki bed linen

A very popular bed linen set and we’re sure you can see why. Blooming with ochre Japanese inspired blossoms, this bed linen will send you to a place of tranquility and calm.

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Atlas throw

Complete the look and add those much needed autumnal layers with the Atlas throw in Chartreuse.

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Supreme Hygro®  towels

Bring back that 5* holiday feel to your home all year round with our Samba Sun Yellow Supreme Hygro® towels. Fun and vibrant, this collection will certainly transport your bathroom to warmer climates.

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Serenity towels

Fancy something a little more mellow Yellow? Our serenity towel range in Buttercup is the one for you! Whilst not being as bold as our Samba Sun Yellow it will still uplift your bathroom with a colour nothing short of fun.

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Colour of the month – September

Our favourite colour this month is blue and these striking shades of Indigo and Midnight are full of depth and are extra special.

Whether you opt for silky and velvety textures or a paisley pattern is more your style, we’re sure you’ll love our Horizon cushion in Midnight and Siam bed linen.

This cosy Acorn robe from our Junior collection is perfect for before bedtime cuddles and snuggles after a bubbly bath. Crafted from the finest of fabrics, this robe boasts a self-tie belt and super soft hood with tassel detailing.

Wrap yourself up in our Santa Fe towel, with its striking woven border design and lovely handcrafted feel, it’s a sophisticated way to add pattern and colour to your bathroom.


Staycation At Home with Christy

Here at Christy, we love every season especially Summer.

But with the warmer months coming to a close, we’re still craving that sense of escapism that you feel on holiday.

However, this doesn’t have to be the case, with a couple of addition we can help take your home from low key to luxe in an instant.

From encapsulating the aromas of far-flung shores with diffusers and candles to putting up your capture Summer memories in frames and displaying them together around your home. Alternatively, read the below to see what else you can add to truly transform your home into a post summer sanctuary with no passport required!

Marocing All Over The World

Lay down Luxe

Perfect for style seekers, our Christy Maroc towels give your home a boutique hotel feel with the perfect portion of elegance. Inspired by exotic spas around the world, this hammam towel is perfect for creating the ultimate relaxation zone. Made with 100% cotton, the towel is super light and easy to dry.

Hotel Inspired Luxury

The Luxury Egyptian Robe

On holiday, relaxation is paramount and being at home should be no difference, so give yourself the luxury you deserve and snuggle in our Luxury Egyptian robe. Perfect for those evenings where your only company is a glass of wine or a G&T, a natural face mask (try avocado and honey) and a film of your choice.

Siam Bed Linen

Hotel Worthy Luxury

Inviting and indulgent, treat yourself to our Siam Bed Linen for an authentic boutique hotel worth look that feels wonderfully fresh against the skin. Combine with the fabulously elegant Amalfi throw and pillow sham in Midnight for a truly timeless partnership. So grab your book and nestle yourself into a cosy cocoon.



5* Hotel Cool

We believe you deserve the best, so we’re here to make sure you soft furnishing don’t lack luxury. Our Christy Metropolitan Accessories never fail to give your sleep that little bit of extra contentment and are guaranteed to transform your bed into a sanctuary worth of a five-star hotel.


August Colour Of The Month – Orange

As the leaves start bringing in rich golden yellow and burnt orange hues, we think it’s time for you start wrapping up and hibernating under a Christy Chunky Knit Throw and embrace our Autumnal orange colour of the month.

Finding the perfect towel is essential to finishing off the perfect shower or bath. Look no further than with the Supreme Hygro towel in Paprika, wrap yourself up in pure luxury, crucial to making those secluded moments extra special.

Give your space a splash of colour with striking accents with our Agnes cushion in Rust. With its knit texture and luxurious feel, it’s an essential for making a statement in the bedroom.

Our Horizon cushion in Rust gives your home the perfect burst of colour, and with its plump softness, it’s the extra furnish your room needs.

No room is complete without the Santa Fe bed linen. This design will add an element of traveller chic to your bedroom and create a look that’s indulgent and atmospheric. This range is perfect for accenting your room and for coordinating with prints and pops of colour.

Let us know what you think of the August colour of the month?


Limited Edition Chunky Knit Throw

Now we know how it is when the days start getting that little bit shorter and nights that little bit cooler. Those late August barbecues that end up inside as the air begins to drop and your guests enter your home to end the party. A setting that seems rather bare as your comfier statement accessories are still away in your linen cupboard.

Well fear not because this season’s statement throw has arrived!
AND it’s available in four stunning colours!

Our limited edition Chunky Knit throws are all beautifully hand made in Britain. Each piece is knitted completely by hand from giant yarns of Merino wool which shows in the intricate detail of each piece. These throws are one of a king and feel just as good as they look.

How are they knitted by hand you may ask? Well we do literally mean by hand… and arms…

The Lady behind these giant knits is Miriam Evans. Miriam creates these exquisite throws in her home studio in Leeds using just her arms and hands. We know you were imagining gigantic knitting needles and huge balls of never ending yarn, but were afraid not. However, they are made from the chunkiest of pure unspun Merino wool which is sourced locally in Yorkshire. The reason that Merino wool is used is because it is naturally stained and is also water and odour resistant. Meaning each throw is hypoallergenic, naturally flame resistant AND anti-static. The perfect accessory for your bed.

Does it get any better?! Dust free? Child proof? We’re sold.

Well we don’t like to boast but it does get better because we have a colour to suit every home, room and person!

For the softer toned lover we have the Dusky Pink throw. This is a shade of dusky mink with the perfect hint of pink. Not too much, but just enough!


Be Bold. Be Daring. Be Carmine. This electric pop of colour is not for faint-hearted and will certainly make a statement in any setting.

Taking it a shade darker… The Chunky Knit throw in Dark Teal is such a stunning shade, similar to the head of a mallard. It brings warmth just by looking at it.

Deep, dusky and bang on trend. The Mulberry coloured Chunky Knit Throw is a fashion statement alone, so imagine how amazing it would look paired with a set of Christy bed linen. Exactly what dreams are made of!

The only downside of this piece you ask? Well it is Limited edition meaning there are only a handful of these show stopper throws available. So make sure you grab yours before anybody else!

How could you resist?! Look how stunning they look in the home. A versatile must-have which shines through in any setting.

As seen on Come Down To The Woods Instagram. Layered with our Jaipur velvet throw in Jade and Belgian Linen in Silver.

I absolutely love making these blankets. Merino wool is a wonderful material to work with. It’s super soft, squishy and delightfully tactile.  The fineness of the merino wool means that it can be dyed in incredibly vibrant colours.  Using such glorious colours makes a real impact in any room, and can really pull a design together. Crafted in the simplest of knit stitches, the giant sized yarn creates tremendous texture and pattern, allowing each stitch to sing!

Turning a bundle of unspun wool into the blanket that you receive, using only my hands, is truly a joy. I hope it brings joy to you too! – Miriam Evans”

Shop our Chunky Knit Throws now whilst stock lasts.


SW19 = Wimbledon by Interiors Blogger Jenny Kakoudakis,

SW19 = Wimbledon

By interiors blogger Jenny Kakoudakis,

The most prestigious tournament in the professional players circuit of the International Tennis Federation, Wimbledon is the talk of the town in the last week of June and the first couple of weeks in July. Being the oldest tournament of its kind in the world (since 1877), it is one of the four Grand Slams (major tennis tournaments) that take place annually – the other being the French Open (or Roland Garros), the Australian Open and the US Open.

It was back in 1985, aged just 6 that I experienced Wimbledon for the first time. The matches were not broadcast live on Greek TV and as such we had to wait for months before the official Wimbledon video tapes (you know, those proper big cassettes!) were widely available to buy at your local video store.

My family happens to own a Tennis Club. It was built in 1985. I practically grew up around tennis courts and possibly took my first steps there. My father, a huge tennis fan, would play the superbly motivational Wimbledon tapes and we would watch mesmerised as the most important games in the Championships were relived on our TV, with the conclusion being the winners lifting the shiny trophies.

Although I never played professionally (I quit tennis when I got into law school, having achieved a best ranking of no5 in Greece in the under 18s in 1996), I always enjoyed watching the Championships and felt the pain that players would go through, physical and emotional alike. Here’s my take on Wimbledon.

Your biggest opponent is yourself

Tennis is very much a mental sport. There is only one person to rely on and that’s yourself. There’s also only one thing you need to beat: your own fear. Everything starts in your head: your opponent’s ranking (which many times doesn’t mean anything other than that they may have attended more tournaments than you); the weather (too cold, too hot, too humid, the sun’s in your eyes; it’s all in your head); how the crowd reacts to you (they like me, they like me not).

There is no team-mate to back you up unless you’re playing doubles. The speed of the game and the fact that you are being watched by so many people make tennis an extremely hard sport that puts players under a lot of stress – some just don’t like this level of attention at all (and you can tell by their awkwardness during interviews).

8 times Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is well known for keeping his cool under all circumstances. He will rarely vocalise his frustration and will only ever allow himself to break down once he is set to lift the trophy. To become a champion (in any sport) you need to be gifted in areas like emotional control and never-give-up mentality.

Roger Federer, Wimbledon 2018. Photo: AELTC/ Ben

Camila Giorgi, staying focused during a match while offered a Christy towel, Wimbledon 2018. Photo: AELTC/ Florian Eisele

The 2018 official Championships Ladies towel from Christy Home in Cornflower Blue and punchy pink. It can be personalised too! Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis/ Seasons in Colour

You will stretch yourself in every way possible

The physical toll on the body means that unless you take good care of it, you will end up with injuries at some point in your career. In fact, many top players retire early due to their injuries, whereas some prefer to skip a Grand slam or a whole year, just to recover. The good thing, when you’re sweating it out there in the courts, you can have a Christy Home towel to keep you at least stylish.

A ball boy brings a Christy towel to Gael Monfils while he is on the ground. Photo: AELTC/ Ian Walton

So if you fall, just bounce back (like a tennis ball) onto a comfy couch and watch the rest of the matches in style (sofa:

Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis/ Seasons in Colour

You need to win the crowd

Everyone, EVERYONE, loves the underdog in Wimbledon. So, if you can win the crowd early on, then your game will be so much easier. This year, Novak Djokovic complained when the crowd seemed to be against him while playing British Kyle Edmund. “A couple of guys pretended they were coughing and whistling while I was bouncing the ball more or less to the end of the match” he said in an interview.

The crowds showing Roger Federer some love. Photo: AELTC/ Ben Solomon

Celebrities love a good game

Over the years we have been watching for style tips from the celebrities that attend Centre Court games – from the Windsors to actors, singers and fashion designers. Did you know that until 2003 it was obligatory to bow/ do a curtesy in front of the royal box? Now it is only mandatory when the Queen attends.

Above: Stella McCartney attending the Championships, photo: AELTC

Super fans

Every sport has its loyal fans, none better than Strawberry Man however. Chris Fava, propelled to SW19 stardom when spotted in Centre Court in a strawberry costume two years ago. He has been going along for years in various fancy dress costumes and his Strawberry costume is also part of the Wimbledon Museum itself.

This year, however, he was almost not allowed in Centre Court when he showed up in an over the top Gold costume designed to look like the gilt cup handed to winner, until the Head of Security intervened to let him in. Phew. Strawberry drama averted!

Who knows, maybe Chris will show up next year in a Christy towel costume? Just throwing ideas out there!

Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis/ Seasons in Colour

Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis/ Seasons in Colour

Ball boys and girls

During The Championships, a final total of approximately 250 Ball Boys and Girls (BBGs) from around 700 applicants work at Wimbledon. Candidates come from local schools after they have been nominated by their headteachers and must pass a written test and a fitness test among others. Their average age is 15 years.

Training begins in February at AELTC. Each prospective ball boy/girl will train once a fortnight and also attend four brief court training sessions at the Covered Courts before Easter. Weekly training sessions last 2-2.5 hours with 50-60 children per session with four sessions per week.

Photo: AELTC

Fun facts about Wimbledon 

During the tournament, 54,250 tennis balls are used. Those not in use are even stored in a refrigerated container to keep them in tip-top condition.

The record for the most Wimbledon titles in Ladies’ Singles belongs to retired Czech and American player Martina Navratilova with nine victories. In Men’s Singles, the record for most titles is held by Roger Federer, who won the event seven times.

Wimbledon champions are presented with a trophy but they don’t get to keep it! These remain on display at the All England Club’s museum and winners go home with a small replica.

The longest match ever played at Wimbledon lasted 11 hours and five minutes and was played over the course of three days.

American Venus Williams holds the record for the fastest women’s serve after smashing a tennis ball about 205 kph.

Some tennis players let out a loud grunt while hitting the ball. The record for the loudest grunt during Wimbledon belongs to Maria Sharapova – It reached about 105 decibels – the equivalent of standing beside an accelerating motorcycle!

7,500 Wimbledon umbrellas would be needed to cover the same area as the retractable roof in Centre Court!

290 million: number of tennis balls that could fit into Centre Court with the roof closed. Slazenger is the official Wimbledon ball sponsor for over 100 years!

39,000 spectators in the Grounds at any one time.

On average 166,055 portions of strawberries and cream will be consumed and 303,277 pints of Pimms will be drunk within the grounds of Wimbledon during The Championships!

Ladies and Mens Wimbledon towels. Photo: Jenny Kakoudakis/ Seasons in Colour

Shop the official The Championships, Wimbledon towels by Christy here.


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