Senin, 23 Desember 2013

Christmas Holiday in a Norwegian mountain cabin


Norway is one of the countries on our ‘to visit’ wishlist. Especially this time of the year must be a wonderful time to spend your Christmas holidays in Norway.

Norway is known for its breathtaking nature. Its mountains, fjords and waters, its snowy winter landscape, the Northern lights and so many more.

Let me show you some pictures of Norwegian nature.


Norwegian pine trees that are the most beautiful Christmas trees in the world !

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The famous Norwegian fjords

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The Northern lights

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Norwegian reindeers

Image 14Image source So Chic Tendances Deco by Christophe Rocca FB page


Norwegian sled dogs

Image 16Image source So Chic Tendances Deco Chic by Christophe Rocca FB page



Imagine, spending your Christmas holidays in a beautiful Norwegian cabin or lodge…

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Wouldn’t it be magical to walk to the entrance door of this fairy tale-like wooden house?

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And to enter this wooden hallway?

Image 6Image source So Chic Tendances Deco Chic by Christophe Rocca FB page


You just walked into an inviting and beautiful decorated holiday retreat.

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You could change your snowboots for your slippers at this cabin corner.

Image 17Image source Slettvoll


Rooms where the wooden floors are covered with the flat woven and traditional Norwegian patterned tapestry.

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Where candles are the only source of lighting…

Image 19Image source Slettvoll


A place to relax,…

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… to read a good book.

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If I had the chance to spend the holidays with my family in a Norwegian mountain cabin, then I would make it comfortable for all the family members.

Image 12Image source Odette Welvaars


And while everyone is outside, I would prepare dinner and set the Christmas table.

Image 7Image source So Chic Tendances Deco by Christophe Rocca FB page


Maybe I could bake fresh bread in the oven…

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…or I could search for typical Norwegian food receipts in the cabin found cookbook.

Image 21 Cover book Norwegian Cakes and Cookies

I might think I would try the ‘deer antlers’ cookies.

Deer AntlersImage 24Deer Antlers recipe and image source here


After baking time, I would relax in a comfortable fur-covered outdoor chair to enjoy the beautiful mountains…

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…awaiting the rest of the family to join me to have warm drinks !

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Image 15Image source So Chic Tendances Deco by Christophe Rocca FB page


Maybe a cappuccino for everyone ?

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I would hand out wam blankets to keep everyone warm.

Image 30Image source Slettvoll

…and I would place the wooden stools around the fire outside.

Image 25Wooden stools from Norwegian company Krosser  Image source here


And when evening falls and all children are tired of playing in the snow,…

Image 31Image source Slettvoll


…I would invite all family members to go inside…

Image 28Image source Axel Vervoordt


…to enjoy the warmth of the cabin interior.

Image 26Image source Slettvoll


And finally we would all gather around the table to have Christmas dinner.

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At the end of the evening I would be pretty sure that everyone would have a peaceful night in the beautiful decorated cabin bedrooms.


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I like to share with you some (there are so many more!) of my favorite Norwegian interior design related websites and blogs :











And I do have to say that I still miss one of the most fabulous blogs ever, the blog ‘The Essence of The Good Life’ of my Norwegian friend Lene!  I do hope she will ever start posting again! Fortunately we can follow Lene on ‘The Essence of The Good Life’ FB page here.You will fall in love with Norway, visiting Lene’s page.


To all of you and especially to all my Norwegian blogger colleagues and readers ‘ GOD JUL’ !



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