I noticed lately, that a lot of my blogger colleagues posted about their Christmas decoration and shared the most gorgeous inspirational images!
Next weekend I will try to decorate our home for Christmas and the images I filed will definitely help me with it.
I decided to share them with you today and I do hope that some of them will also inspire you.
I have always loved to use white candles and love the reflection of their light in a mirror.
It’s all in the details !
Oh so cozy !
Gorgeous idea to use hazelnuts as decoration.
I will bring in a lot of pine tree branches as displayed here.
And oh yes of course, not to forget the pine cones !
Silverware, green branches and pine cones ! What a gorgeous combination !
Or display your pewter ware in combination with the Christmas branches.
Even the kitchen, I love to have it decorated for Christmas.
Branches around the doorways !
Or fill your wicker baskets with green and bring on the Christmas lights !
My favorite image! I am thinking about an alternative for a traditional Christmas tree this year! Love this way of a more sober decorated tree.
Yes! yes! yes! More sober decoration this year! I am convinced !
Sober, simple, perfection !
Simple and beautiful !
Gypsophilia hanging posies.
The image above is a picture of my friend Mona of Providence Ltd Interior Design blog.
I definitely will hang a wreath between my copper pans as you did here Mona ! Beautiful !
Thank you dear Mona for sharing all these inspirational pictures of your Christmas decoration ! Your home looks so inviting!!
Monika placed the hide over one end of her dining table as she shows us here in the picture below.
Please visit Monika’s webstore Splendid Avenue to discover more of her Christmas finds!
Christmas table setting, again sober and simple.
Chandelier drops as window decoration.
Or a sober window wreath.
And what about the decoration at the outside of the house ??!!
I have always loved the way Axel Vervoordt decorated the entrance of his castle with guirlandes. I might think to try this as well at the frontdoor of our house.
Guirlandes and lanterns at your fence.
Touches of Christmas on your outdoor furniture.
A Christmas wreath on your window or door! An evergreen.
Lamppost decoration! Never thought of this before?
Christmas wreath in a tree.
Did you enjoy this post? Are you inspired by these images?