We all have our own unique styles for decorating our homes during Christmas. However, why don’t you try something new this year when you plan your Christmas decorations? The Scandinavian style of decorating uses Nordic threads and is quite simple to achieve. The use of white and minimalist elements will add a new dimension to your home this year.
Here Are Some Of The Best Scandinavian Decor Ideas:
Snip a few branches from your Christmas tree and place them in a vortive vase to create a simple and beautiful centrepiece.
Now you can use ornaments as table decor by sprinkling a few of them on the main dining table for an innovative take.
Cover Christmas balls in burlap and pieces of white cloth to create a very rustic decorating look.
You can use mason jars a Christmas decor by placing a part of a Christmas branch in it or a few candy canes to give it a cool look.
You can create this reindeer project by using a few corrugated cardboard boxes with a template that you can find at home. Encircle it with a wreath for a fun take.
Create a Nordic style Christmas tree from wood scraps. It can be left bare for a rustic look. Attach small packages on it to turn it into an Advent calendar.
Use a handful of bare branches and place them in a vase to create beautiful Christmas decor. No water is needed in the vase. Embellish them with Christmas ornaments for a great look.
Red and White Decor
Add a few red and white accents to your table linen and plates to give it a Christmas feel.
You can hang a number of single green wreaths from each window in your house. The greenery of the wreath is formed by snipping them from trees found outside.
Stitch cable knits to form a row of sweater stockings which can then be stuffed with presents for the kids in the house.
Make your fireplace mantle stand out by placing silver glass holders which can then be filled with LED candles as a safety measure.
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Use wheat stalks and cluster them together with red and white ribbon to create a centrepiece placed in a jar. Place some snow from outside in the jar for a Christmas feel.
Christmas twinkle lights can be used liberally and draped on mantels and shelves. These lights can also be coiled inside glasses or birdcages to give it a cool look.
Use transparent glass bottles and place candles in them to create holder. Use branches from the Christmas tree to decorate it without going over the top.
Shape Christmas stars from wood and paint it white to create a beautiful Christmas decoration which can be placed on the fireplace mantle.
Potted Tree Cuttings
Use a cluster of vintage tin containers and fill them with tree cuttings for a beautiful display that should last for a couple of months.
Rustle up some Nordic fare for your annual Christmas party. Serve the traditional spiced cookies and warm glogg.
Make things a bit more authentic this year by using real candles on your Christmas tree. However, use a fresh tree and keep a fire extinguisher nearby.
Sheepskins, whether real or faux, can be used to cozify a place. They are also extremely comfortable to sink your toes into.
Make use of a neutral palette for your Christmas decor. You can also use natural wood and a metallic hue to create a peaceful environment.