Christmas is fastly approaching! Where are you going to spend the holidays? Are you going to be together with your family? Are you expecting some friends or other guests? If your house is going to be the hot point at Christmas Eve, the you need to decorate your interior in order to impress your guests. What can you do? Follow our ideas!
First of all, I would like to say that I have collected the most amazing images of Scandinavian Christmas interiors that I have ever found over the net. Now I will describe some of them which made really strong impression on me.
To begin with, I would like to outline one of the most amazing Scandinavian Christmas decorations that I have ever seen – the rustic table with Christmas decorations in white on it. They are made of paper or porcelain. You will also see wooden candleholders that complete the clean and elegant appeal of the Scandinavian Christmas table.
Then, I would like to note the fantastic natural Scandinavian Christmas table centerpiece. It is actually a wood cut with holes made for candlesticks. The white and elegant candles are trademark for Swedish interiors.
Another really interesting decorative accent is the small buckets full of burlap threads, paper stars and branches. White stars can be seen in the upper ends of the natural tree branches collected outdoor in the streets and green areas surrounding the house.
Now, pay attention to the beautiful Scandinavian Christmas knitted bowl for storing nuts. In this particular example you will see the bowl full of walnuts and two white candles. Simple, elegant and sophisticated – this is the true Scandinavian Christmas decorations style.
And since Christmas is time when candle light fill the entire volume of particular room with the holy spirit, with hope, light and trust, I recommend you to use candleholders like the white one from the images listed here. The creative shape of the holder allows up to four candle sticks. Placed on the table, as a centerpiece, it makes strong impression and immediately grabs the attention on it.
Explore more ideas in the video below!