All posts with tag:Christmas tree

Unlike more modern and extravagant Scandinavian Christmas, recent catalog Winter Wonders by our favorite Pottery Barn reveals more traditional yet so cozy holiday ideas and inspirations. Bright interiors, red-green color scheme, wooden furniture and decor, all sorts of festive decorations – we hope you’ll enjoy these pictures as much as we do!

Are you waiting for Christmas as much as we are?:) Every corner in this cozy home in Spain is filled with a fabulous expectation of the most secret and brightest event. Pleasant aromas of spruce, vanilla and holiday table fill the atmosphere. The incredibly stylish kids room delights with the detailed elaboration and colors that…

This already original and bright home near Chicago in December turns into an oasis of festive coziness. Nicole, the owner of the house, did not want the interiors to be subordinate to the Victorian style, in which the facade of the building is designed. She wanted to turn her home into a mix of different…

Peach color can be an amazing accent for Christmas decor. Especially if the interior design is based on gray and beige shades, as in this home in Australia. Firstly, peach accents look fresh and original, this is a great alternative for those who are tired of red and gold. Secondly, orange, peach, coral or sea…

What do we associate with Norway? Most likely with a wooden log cottage in the mountains, with snow drifts of human height, with cozy evenings by the fireplace, and finally, with the famous Scandinavian style. The Norwegian manufacturer Slettvoll in its winter catalog tried to convey the whole soul of these Norwegian holidays, renting a…

Dressed Christmas tree and a lush green garden outside the window – agree, quite an unusual picture for a winter holiday period. As for the windows, in this living room in a country house in Spain they are incredible, almost the size of the entire wall. One can only imagine how great it is in…

Those who like to decorate the home for the holidays, as a rule, are divided into two types: maximalists and minimalists. The first ones decorate the house with colorful garlands and colorful toys, the latter, on the contrary, use the single color scheme and use a small number of decorations. Today our story is about…