Nordic inspired Christmas Styling

08. 12. 2016

Christmas Living.. inspired by nature, simplicity and Nordic inspired decorations.

We wanted to share some of our styling tips to achieve your very own Natural Christmas with the help of some of our candleholders, trays and decorative objects. The Scandinavians are experts at creating a pared back festive style that always has the most beautiful impact. They love to decorate with natural organic materials and lots of texture inviting an outdoor feel into their homes whilst maintaining all the warmth of a cosy ski chalet.

Candle-light is an important part of creating a warm Christmas ambience. Our Sutara Star makes a stunning table centre piece. We love to fill the inside with pine cones and wrap around greenery like eucalyptus. Use grey tapered candles to complete the look.

​Our Nord boxes can be used singularly or grouped together. Keep it simple with sprigs of greenery and pinecones.

​We also love to get a little creative with our Nord boxes. We sprinkle a little faux snow in the bottom then fill with small decorative objects. Our little sitting reindeer fits perfectly inside and our brass lassi cup makes a fabulous tree pot.

Another of our candleholders that we love to fill with natural accents, we have used faux snow and pinecones to fill our Nordic Candleholders.

Your christmas table can be decorated in a number of ways and there are so many colours you can choose from at this time of year. Our top tips for your christmas table include sticking to no more then 3 colours within a tone and include one metallic. We use a multitude of our glass star tealight holders in black ,clear and silver randomly layered down the centre of the table along with fresh greenery. Add sheepskin hides to the back of the chairs for a cosy final touch.

As selected by Elle Decoration magazine for their gift guide ​our brass hand crafted Ishwari trays are a luxurious touch for the home. We layer them with greenery, pinecones and tea-lights. Not forgetting our little reindeer that always makes an appearance.

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