60 Scandinavian Christmas Home Decor, Christmas Tree and Gifts 2018

Christmas season is just started and here are some ways to decorate your home Scandinavian style. I have taken inspiration from various trends and tried to incorporate them to create a white and silver theme with strong black and wooden elements.

As we want our space to feel christmassy but also elegant and simple without having too much decor clutter,

These are some easy tips to change up your space for Christmas. 

  1. Keep most of your colour scheme white, you can also add some red/green colour 
  2. Garlands are very easy to decorate with, ex: around the door, on the dining table. 
  3. Christmas trees can be tricky to decorate but a good way is to stick with one colour ornaments for a cleaner look 
  4. Changing out hand clothes in the kitchen can instantly spice up the kitchen for christmas.

So relax, cozy up and enjoy your christmas!

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

9 Must Have Ikea Items For Scandinavian Decor

IKEA is the home to Scandinavian decor. Their features are very clean, minimal and white. I thought it would be a challenge to choose the black decor pieces and try to incorporate into your home. Black decor pieces make a statement and you don’t want to overpower the white. Adding these small touches here and there can make your living area very classy and elegant.

Check out these 9 decor ideas from IKEA:

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Get these simple pieces here: 

  1. LIVSLÅNG Metallic Grey Vase
  2. SOMMAR Dark Grey Plate
  3. BONDIS Wall Clock
  4. RIBBA Frame
  5. VÅRGYLLEN Cushions
  6. STENLILLE Rug
  7. KULLABERG Chair
  8. GURLI Throw
  9. GUALÖV Table

A few examples on how you can use these elements in your own place.

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Contrasting colours like black and white can seem to make the house very less colourful but it gives it a very clean and minimal scandinavian look. Adding small accents here and there, like with a clock, pillows or throws can change your space without breaking the bank.
If you want to corporate colour the best way is to use wood features which makes your space seem more homely.

 

Trend It Up // Copper + Pastels

Copper has been such a huge metal choice in the last year. The undertone in the metal is warm with a mix of brown, orange, and a slight hint of blush pink, which make it go so well with pastel. Its reflective property can open up the space and make it bigger and brighter.

Mixed with pink pastel,  Copper seems so become so subtle but so clean in its lines are finishes.

These are a few pieces I found, which can change up your space with small touches.

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Get these simple pieces here: 

  1. Metal Pendant Copper Ceiling Lamp

  2. Zevgari Linen Solid Throw Pillow

  3. Prisma Mirror – Copper
  4. Softline Swivel Curved Chair 
  5. Valentine Side Table COPPER
  6. Maison Rug – Safavieh
  7. Copper Pyramid Cabinet Knob

  8. Hexagon Vase – Rose
  9. Atlas Floor Lamp

A few inspiration pictures I found on how you can incorporate these pieces.

 

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