We’ve seen so many inspiring Christmas decorations posts from our favourite bloggers that we thought we’d round them all up in one place. That way, if you’re looking for a little bit of last minute inspiration for dressing your home for the festive period, you’re just a click away from feeling utterly inspired.
Jessica Williams for 91 Magazine
Jessica wrote a piece for 91 magazine offering ten tips for decorating your home for Christmas with a minimalist aesthetic. As a minimalist herself, Jessica understands the importance of not adding unnecessary clutter into your home at any time of year, but she also recognises that many minimalists will also want to embrace the festive spirit. Even if you don’t embrace a minimalist look in your home, this is still a great read that offers plenty of stylish suggestions for Christmas decorations with a Scandinavian twist.
Abi Dare of These Four Walls
Abi created two blog posts for us, decorating her living room in two different themes using our Christmas decorations. The first look used our paper decorations (including a couple of white paper stars from last year) to create a contemporary minimal aesthetic with pops of pink. The second scheme concentrated on natural greenery mixed in with a few white porcelain ornaments and the paper stars. We struggled to choose our favourite out of the two looks – click through to see the full posts and let us know which one you prefer!
Lou Archell of Little Green Shed
We love how Lou fully embraces this time of year, sharing a series of posts that concentrate on all aspects of Christmas from wrapping gifts to baking the perfect mince pies. It was her Christmas tree decorating post that we wanted to nudge you over towards, mainly for Lou’s beautiful styling and the obvious Scandinavian influences, but also for the use of our paper stars (again, some from last year) on the wall and even perched on top of the tree. Take a peek and feel inspired!
Janice also styled two festive looks for us on her blog, using a variety of our decorations with a slightly more bohemian theme. Her first post concentrated on creating a beautiful Christmas table with paper pom-poms and garlands hanging above, while the follow-up post showed several alternative ways of displaying decorations in your home, including a striking alternative to a wreath created with our baubles and dried flowers. Click the links below to feel inspired to try something a little different this Christmas.
Jo of Northern Styling
And finally, Jo from Northern Styling has shared six tips for festive styling over on her blog, including several inspiring images featuring our decorations. See if you can spot our wooden star, wire star (sadly sold out), notice board and wire twinkle lights!