Looking for some seasonal inspiration? We’ve got you covered.

At eve, our job is to match people with their perfect venue, so rest assured we know some sensational spaces for Christmas parties in London! We’ve picked some of our favourite Christmas party pictures to help kickstart the creative process. Save them, share them, print them out, stick them to your next mood board–whatever your vision, these images are sure to get you feeling festive!

41 Portland Place

The beautiful Grade II* listed townhouse puts a contemporary twist on festive tradition. Copy their style with cool, grey tones, minimalist décor, and soft furnishings. From silvery wreaths to cosy outdoor spaces, drawing inspiration from Portland Place will transform the most routine office Christmas party into a luxuriously cosmopolitan occasion.

113 Chancery Lane

Who says Christmas needs to be red and green? The Law Society’s flagship venue plays with blue lighting alongside gold and white details for a lavish party backdrop. Faux snow and frosted champagne glasses create a glittering indoor scenescape, ideal fora Winter Wonderland-themed event.

BMA House

Christmas crackers, baubles, and a deep crimson colour palette makes BMA House feel warm, cosy and inviting. If it’s comfort and class you’re after for your Christmas party, look no further for image inspiration.

Clothworkers’ Hall

Grandeur is the name of the game at Clothworkers’ Hall. Crystal chandeliers and banquet-style layouts impart a sense of decadence that can turn the office Christmas dinner into a full-blown festive feast.

Cooper’s Hall

At Cooper’s Hall flowers aren’t just for spring. Fresh bouquets and arrangements bring a pop of colour and lease of life to any Christmas or New Years’ Eve party. They make a fitting addition to any table: a perfect setting for raising a glass to new beginnings.

Dartmouth House

Play around with pin spot lighting, dark backdrops and disco balls to recreate Dartmouth House’s snow-inspired visuals (fantastic for a night of dancing and merry-making!).

Christmas lunch planned? These images show how multiple textures can elevate your party table décor. Mixing brocade, metals and glassware conveys elegance without looking dated.

Exhibition London

Much as we love a traditional celebration, Exhibition London’s industrial setting shakes up Christmas conventions in all the best ways. The exposed brickwork and metal rigging makes this a striking party space; we love the contrast between the dark furniture and vivid, coloured lighting. This is some major image inspiration for those looking to impress this Christmas.

Founders’ Hall

Step back in time and take guests to a Christmas past they won’t forget. As a historic venue, Founders’ Hall doesn’t shy away from old-school style. Their candelabras and dark wood furniture is simple, sophisticated, and ideal for a business Christmas lunch.

Goldsmiths’ Hall

Christmas has never looked so magnificent! To say Goldsmiths’ Hall makes an impact is an understatement! Marble columns, royal reds and gold accents, high ceilings, vast banquet tables and wall-to-ceiling windows demonstrate how you put splendour back on the party agenda. If we were to sum up this venue in one word, it’d be “opulence”.

Gray’s Inn

Any event planner will tell you that a good Christmas party is all about atmosphere. Take these pictures of Gray’s Inn: Christmas trees stand tall over the polished tables and glittering silverware; oak panelling catches the candlelight. It’s a sensory wonderland, lending itself to a night of unforgettable celebrations.

Ironmongers’ Hall

Country house resplendence and Christmas time are a match made in heaven. Coats of arms, chandeliers, and stained glass overlook the space, helping Ironmongers’ Hall to create a festive fine dining experience like no other.

Old Billingsgate

Looking for a way to make your party stand out from the crowd? Enter Old Billingsgate for inspiration. The huge space is made all the more impressive by the cool blue lighting, while the luxurious white leather sofas provide an urban-contemporary edge.

One Birdcage Walk

Warm wood-panelling, gold chandeliers, and soft cream fabrics make One Birdcage Walk a fantastic example of classic décor. It’s a perfect choice for Christmas parties that are as charming as they are timeless.

Old Royal Naval College London

No time for party decorations? Let the walls do the talking for you. Aptly described as “the Sistine Chapel of the UK”, the stunning artwork throughout the Old Royal Naval College will leave guests open-mouthed–and not a scrap of tinsel in sight!

Goldsmith’s Centre

Come December at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, Christmas trees meet high-end contemporary architecture. The Centre offers inspiration to those seeking to illuminate their celebrations with natural light (or create dramatic backdrops with evening skies). Plus, their glass walls and ceiling panels make for some seriously stunning panoramic views.

Plaisterers’ Hall

If it’s wow-factor you’re after, take a look at the Plaisterers’ Hall for image inspiration. Neoclassical splendour meets modern day tech. From the gorgeous coving details to the projected snowflakes–and plenty of space for a dance floor–this is how you style a Christmas party with all the trimmings!

Prince Philip House

Sleek, white, and silver: for an ice-cool festive celebration, take a leaf out of Prince Philip House’s book. We love the simplicity of the décor and all the little details (did you spot the glowing tree table centrepieces too?).

The Royal College of Physicians

How’s this for an office Christmas party setting? The Royal College of Physicians makes festive dining truly magical. Single candles, dramatic lighting, glass goblets and striking table decorations come together for a bewitching backdrop.

RIBA

Theming a Christmas party is a great way to leave a lasting impression, and a 1920s-inspired celebration is one of our all-time favourite examples. This picture of RIBA shows you how it’s done. Art Deco features plus magnificent Christmas trees equals a whole lot of Gatsby-esque glamour. (Martinis optional, but recommended.)

RSA House

These images from RSA House blend the best of both worlds. The round-table dining layout is coolly-lit, contemporary, and great for a slick city Christmas party. Step into the vaults, and you’re met with exposed brick and fuchsia wall projections. It’s a space made for after-hours revelries, and we’re all for it!

The Vaults London

Speaking of revelries… State-of-the-art strobe lighting, glossy bar, arched vaulted ceilings and spot lit dance floor take you to an underground haven perfect for those who love a late-night Christmas party. Time to start researching festive cocktail recipes!

London Christmas Party Inspiration

Inspo levels suitably topped up? If you’re on the hunt for a space to throw a show-stoppingChristmas party, let us do the hard work for you. Historic splendour, urban glamour, orunderground party haven–whatever your vision, we’ll findtheperfect London venue foryour Christmas party.To find out more, just get in touch.