Christmas is first and foremost a light and bright holiday and we are all used to a matching decor, but who said that the festive interior cannot be decorated in dark colors? If there is a desire to add more magic and fabulousness to your home, then these tones will very much come in handy. But working with a dark scheme is not always easy, so today we have a large selection of such interiors by talented English photographer Polly Wreford for your inspiration. Enjoy watching!
You can get the holiday mood in different ways: watch your favorite movies, go to the Christmas market, buy mandarines. Or you can just enjoy a new portion of works by English photographer Chris Everard, who every year during the winter holiday period participates in interesting interior photo shoots. A positive atmosphere and lots of inspirations for the holidays is guaranteed!
White holiday decor always links associations with snow and frosty days, which are so lacking in hot Texas. They just have to create such wonderful white interiors to somehow be “on the wave.” But if you throw the jokes aside, the interiors of this country house look incredibly beautiful and festive, it is evident that a real professional and a man with excellent taste worked on the project. By the way, an important feature of this design is environmental friendliness and naturalness. Enjoy!
If it were not for their annual Christmas collection, we probably would never have heard about the beautiful English home accessories shop The White Company. But once seeing their holiday catalog, we irrevocably fell in love with the brand and their products that can create a real fairy tale in your house for Christmas. With great pleasure we share the latest festive images by The White Company. Enjoy!
Everywhere in the world people have final preparation for the most magical and beautiful holiday which is Christmas. If you still not sure which festive style to choose or just want to add more magic to your home this year, we have prepared a selection of the latest trends from our favorite designers and their main secrets of a cozy Christmas. Take a look, be inspired and follow the links for more inspiration!
Many people do not like black color and dark shades in decoration. But it often gives the interior more smart and elegant look, especially for Christmas. Just look at this beautiful family house in Wisconsin – the black accent walls added a lot of festiveness, and on their background the modern Christmas decor looks even more expressive and spectacular. Great home!
Music is in charge in this wonderful house in Chicago: all family members from big to the youngest are musicians, so it’s no surprise their home is like a music sheet – clean black and white. But against this clean background, a real life plays with all its colors, especially on Christmas, when the house is filled with sparkling decorations, green decor, and of course joyful music. What a beauty!
In this apartment in Denmark, Scandinavian and French design make a wonderful mix. Beautiful historical architecture with moldings and stucco reminds about France, and Scandinavian spirit is felt in laconic clean line and pastel colors. The home itself looks great but during the winter holidays it’ really something special!
We already had here Scandinavian Christmas, as well as American and English… Well, today it’s time to see festive France – our favourite French store Maisons du Monde this winter also released a Christmas catalog, and it’s simply amazing. Many styles and color combinations, from Alpine chalet to glamorous art deco – you will be amazed of the variety of decor ideas that the catalog offers. And we believe everyone can find something useful and inspiring in this wonderful collection. Enjoy!
We often publish festive interiors during the winter holidays period, but this is probably the first time we have a Christmas loft here. But to be honest, there is not much of festive decor here – just a beautiful tree and a few garlands in the living room – but you will agree how cozy it became in this home! How are your preparations?