We love Christmas as much as we love the home interior design. Okay, maybe we love Christmas a little bit more, but it would be weird to start a Christmas blog and post Christmas related posts all year long. Or would it?
Well anyhow, we think about Christmas decorating the same way we think about our other projects. We like to choose timeless over trendy (which is a great way to avoid buying new ornaments every year), we like to work with natural materials and neutral colours, and we like to keep things simple.
Cold winter weather – at least here where we live. Foggy days and long nights. Blankets and socks. Sparkling lights. Peace. Laughter. Mulled wine.
To bring the magic of Christmas into your home means to enhance the ambience already set outside, and to enable the feel-good activities.
Hope our mood boards will inspire you to do just that. And right before the December, we wish you less time preparing for Christmas day, and more time enjoying the season.
1: FORREST DECORATION WITH LIGHTS (ZARA HOME)
2: HOUSE-SHAPED LIGHTS (ZARA HOME)
3: TRUE BLUE Eucalyptus + BLUE SPRUCE greenery
4: CABLEKNIT BLANKET WITH FRINGE (ZARA HOME)
5: COTTON SCENTED CANDLE (H&M HOME)
6: PORCELAIN PLATE (H&M HOME)
7: METAL CANDLESTICK (H&M HOME)
METALLIC WOOL CABLEKNIT (ZARA HOME)
TEXTURED METALLIC BLANKET WITH FRINGE (ZARA HOME)
FRINGED HERRINGBONE (ZARA HOME)
2: DECORATIVE CROCHET STOCKING (ZARA HOME)
3: YPPERLIG TEALIGHT HOLDER (IKEA)
4: GNOME WITH TALL HAT (ZARA HOME)
GLITTERY BRANCHES (ZARA HOME)
TRANSPARENT WITH SILVER STARS INSIDE (ZARA HOME)
6: SCENTED CANDLES – CHRISTMAS FLORALS (H&M HOME)
7: WINTER BERRY branches
MOSS-KNIT (H&M HOME)
PATTERNED WOOL-BLEND (H&M HOME)
2: LIGHT-BULB-SHAPED STRING OF LIGHTS (ZARA HOME)
3: SCENTED CANDLES (H&M HOME)
COTTON CANVAS (ZARA HOME)
CHRISTMAS-PRINT (ZARA HOME)
6: YPPERLIG CANDLE HOLDER (IKEA)
7: MISTLETOE branch