Area 51's décor design gurus helped bring a festive galaxy of glitter and glamour to a luxury London nightclub in time for Christmas.

The chic Mason House venue was metamorphosed into a sumptuous subterranean scene of Soho elegance.

Two stunning large sized silver birch fairy arches were the centrepiece of the Christmas caboodle underneath the UK capital's streets where the venue is located inside the vaults of the London Palladium theatre.

A six-man Area 51 team spent two days installing the festive collection of décor which also included a series of stunning features hanging from the ceiling. Baubles and 1.5 metre tall icicles emanating festive light plus a large disco ball and intricate Christmas decorations throughout the building.

The club's VIP bar was given a makeover with luscious crystal decorations hung from the ceiling while the venue's exterior entrance took on a Yuletide theme thanks to a lavish archway with a giant Christmas wreath at the centre together with two smaller ones. Glittering feathers, silver garland, fairy-lights and sparking floral enhancements completed the look.

An impressive traditional Christmas tree was installed inside the building together with full decorations while seasonal floral displays peppered the whole area as the décor as a whole was in keeping with Mason House's reputation for exclusivity and elegance.

Before the team moved into assemble the project, Area 51 engaged in a very close liaison period with Mason House officials so it became a custom-built effort. The Christmas décor continues Area 51's ever-expanding portfolio of luxury décor into the Christmas market and the whole job was completed in time for the pre-Christmas build up and was scheduled to stay in situ until January, 2015.