This beautiful original structure was restored by the owner, a book lover who wanted books incorporated into the decor of this apartment in the heart of Madrid, Spain. The owner purchased this apartment because of its excellent location. Regarding the organization of space, the original layout of the house was kept the same and the woodwork restored and reinforcing the presence of some architectural elements as decorative and useful in the reorganization of environments.
The owner kept the decor and furnishings to a minimum and opted for a sober white paint. The goal is to emulate a brand new canvas on which to express their emotions and moods through an interior based on ephemeral pieces. He declared his passion for decoration and is a follower of the latest trends, wanting his own home to be a changing space. This is the reason that occasionally textiles, furniture and ornamental details get renewed from time to time, to give a new twist to the interior of each room.
Facing the most festive time of year, for example, details on the range of red – in its more sober version – take center stage; especially in the form of rugs, cushions, or small ornaments. Decorative light garlands bring an evocative air to certain environments, like the bedroom, so relaxing with its new lighting, that it invites you to keep the classic Christmas ornament throughout the year. Here also plays an important role in cushion colors and pink blanket, directly responsible for the change in decor based on white as a basis for any renewal.
Always looking for renewal, some set pieces are transformed into decoration; furnishings from the 50’s and 60’s of triangular legs and wood are star materials. The kitchen and bathroom, both spaces that are very functional and spacious, with plenty of storage and, once again, with white as a starting point, which facilitates the inclusion of accessories in contrasting colors.
Photos: Mi Casa
When decorating your modern living room for Christmas, you don’t have to go over the top to get that Christmassy feel, just add a gorgeous tree and a few well-placed decorations. By nature, a living room is meant to be a special place to relax and spend time with family and friends. When decorating this relaxing space, try focusing on the fireplace first, which is usually the main focal point of most living rooms. Decorate the mantle with festive garland, stockings, wreaths, candles, ornaments and other holiday related items. If you don’t have a fireplace, make the Christmas tree your focal point and get creative with hanging your stockings, such as hanging them on the wall or from a shelf or even from a piece of furniture such as a console table. So this holiday season, spend time filling your living room with personal modern touches that will create a festive atmosphere to ring in the New Year. Happy holidays from 1 Kindesign!
These Christmas decorating ideas that we have gathered for you below will have your space overflowing with holiday cheer. If you are still looking for more holiday decorating inspiration, have a look at one of our past articles on Christmas decorating ideas for small spaces 50 Christmas decorating ideas to create a stylish home and Five warming interior designs for your living room this Christmas.
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If you’re thinking of decorating your home in a Nordic Christmas theme this year, we have numerous ideas you can use to help create a fun and festive scheme. The Nordic theme has elements which are taken straight from nature such as stags, and a color palette or white, cream, pale blue, green and reds is are common hues in Nordic Christmas decor. You will find that some of the most decorative ideas can be crafted from items that you already own around your home. Thinking outside the box is as much Scandi tradition as white washed walls, and with Christmas being a very expensive time of the year, it puts the focus firmly back to experience and atmosphere making the holiday season so bright. Have a look in your cupboards for inspiration, such as small glasses for tealight holders. Then find a beautiful tray to display them, the light will create magical shadows, putting you in the Christmas spirit.
White walls can serve as a stunning backdrop for red ribbons and green wreaths, with a complete transformation taking place by bringing in some nature from outdoors. Traditional fairisle print in red and white will bring in plenty of Christmas spirit, and the exquisite simplicity of candlelight is an artform our Nordic neighbors have mastered. Nordic decorations make the most beautiful impact through their quiet, sophisticated simplicity. While candlelight flickers in your home and catches the colors of the season, from red berries and green garlands to rustic wooden decorations, it’s not hard to understand the popularity of a Nordic Christmas scheme. So this year, why not look to your garden, parks and green spaces for inspiration, perhaps taking a few cuttings to add some festive Nordic delight to your home.
For further inspiration or for more decorative Scandi ideas, have a look at one of our past articles on 73 Brilliant Scandinavian Christmas decorating ideas and an Old farmhouse with Nordic Christmas spirit in France! We would love to see your Nordic-inspired decorations, so please share links in the comments below!
If you don’t have a fireplace at home, there are plenty of alternatives to hanging your traditional wreaths and stockings. They look just as good on the wall as they do above a fireplace, you can even add your own little touches with pretty accessories such as wooden hearts and ribbons, as the image demonstrates above. Feeling creative? Try making your own wooden shapes, such as hearts and stars, which can also make fabulous holiday gift tags. If you don’t want to care for real plants or trees, try fake one, which are lower maintenance and can be brought out yearly.
Set the scene with colorful and crisp trimmings — from store-bought straw stars to mock “cross-stitched” ornaments (get the how-tos). Completing the look: a tree skirt of sheepskin and gifts in solid-hued paper.
No Nordic home would be complete at Christmas without an Advent calendar to count down the days to Christmas Eve.
Try hanging your decorations from a large twig or branch by attaching it to the wall with a couple of hooks (such as 3M hooks). Hook your ornaments onto the branches and hang above the fireplace mantle, over a dining table or even above a doorway.
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Whether you have a beautiful cozy cabin or an urban home, decorating with a rustic Christmas style can create a warm and inviting holiday retreat, both welcoming and relaxing after a cold winter’s day. We have gathered together a collection of rustic Christmas decorations for you to use as inspiration and ideas in your holiday decorating scheme. Incorporating a rustic feel into your decor involves using a lot of pine cones, wood, bark and burlap. You can create a lot of DIY holiday decor with rustic, such as burlap ball ornaments, mason jars filled with candles and other holiday embellishments, garlands of wood slices, bark ornaments, they are simple to make and look stunning. Rustic accents can easily be incorporated by adding natural accents, such as filling a hurricane or glass bowl mixed with seasonal fruits and greens, mixed nuts, pine cones and Christmas ornaments. Don’t forget wreaths comprised of fir tree branches, plaid bows, acorns, pine cones, wood slices, or even candy! Decorate with wood candle holders, star wooden ornaments, pine cone decorations and your rustic Christmas will be truly unforgettable!
If you are still looking for further Christmas decorating inspiration, have a look at some of our past articles on 66 Inspiring ideas for Christmas lights in the bedroom and 50 Christmas decorating ideas to create a stylish home.
Reclaimed Wood: Use reclaimed wood, nails, and ornaments to make this rustic calendar.
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Outdoor Christmas decorations help to make the outside of your home as ready for the holiday season as the inside, creating a festive atmosphere to welcome holiday guests into your home. Make your property stand out and be the best decorated on the block with our holiday-inspired ideas for outdoors. These incredible decorations will put you in the holiday spirit, whether you are looking for winter wreaths, lanterns, beautiful Christmas greenery, festive outdoor lighting displays, or Christmas porch displays or door decorations, our collection will help you make a holiday statement on your yard. Are Christmas lights and window decorations more your style? We have plenty of ideas for outdoor Christmas lights, including large displays, garlands, and LED lights of all colors. Our ideas for outdoor Christmas decorating ranges from traditional to modern, but all are easy to put together.
To boost your holiday curb appeal even further, check out our past article on Front Porch Christmas Decorating Ideas that help you dress up your yard or front porch with pretty accents like reindeer and outdoor Christmas trees that last from fall through the holidays.
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Just because you have a lack of space in your home or apartment, doesn’t mean you still can’t get festive for the holidays and decorate your space with some creativity and a little imagination. There are plenty of smart solutions for holiday decor that can help you to save the space decorating for Christmas and not to clutter it. You can create a non-traditional Christmas tree that can be affixed to the wall or even a door, or just add some branches in a vase – decorate them with ornaments and voila! Hang string lights from the ceiling, frame a mirror, mantel, doorway or other objects. Hang ornaments from the ceiling, from real or faux plants or trees, or put them right into the lamp base instead of vases, which will save lots of space and make your home look festive. Use every inch of usable space for decor including sides of furniture, walls, ceilings, windows and window sills and your space won’t feel cluttered.
There’s no need to downsize your holiday expectations with a small space to decorate. Our space-saving ideas bring the merriment of Christmas into even the tiniest corners, thanks to simple accents like miniature Christmas trees, homemade garlands, and shiny decorative accents. Have a look below and you will see what we are talking about!
Need some more Christmas ideas? Have a look at some of our past articles such as, 50 Christmas decorating ideas to create a stylish home and 73 Brilliant Scandinavian Christmas decorating ideas.
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The stately and quiet elegance of this Christmas decorated home with a beautiful restored structure in Barcelona, Spain, supports the warmly festive halo that surrounds it. The home features fun and cheerful Christmas details of natural finishes that will blends in with the decor.
Subtle Christmas Decorations: Simplicity lovers choose outside colors mixed with traditional festive decor. Natural wood and neutral tones decorate the living room.
A Versatile Lounge: This beautiful living space seems to be in constant movement and above all functional. With several auxiliary elements, with tables that can also be used as seats.
There are a mixture of coordinated styles of diversity and eclecticism, combining parts of different origin. Here a classical rug and an Alpine stool form a single corner.
Fir branches are used as a substitute for the traditional Christmas tree. Placed on a base, or even in a glass vase, decorate on their own. Aged gold and silver ornaments work great.
A Dining Room for a Special Event: For dress up party tables there are tablecloths of natural fabrics, fall to the ground. Combined with ornaments of fiber or wood and chairs that offer a very successful soft aesthetic.
Pure Simplicity in the Dining Room: Decoration based on clean and lightweight elements enrich the table. Here, a few cups of glass are used as candle holders as dim lighting for a party table. Placed on heart-shaped coasters, the result is perfect.
The kitchen highlights the successful combination of materials: wood, steel and marble.
The dining room and kitchen are open to each other for convenience when entertaining.
The bedroom, a private retreat: The master bedroom was installed in one of the most beautiful rooms of the house. Independent by an impressive wooden and glass door, it boasts beautiful wood, a wonderful mosaic floor and unique moldings.
A desk in the gazebo: As well as showing off a surprising structure, this room has a warm annex by way of a vantage point, ideal to locate the work area.
Advent wreath: A heart as an advent wreath decorates the bedroom door.
Bathroom with pieces of the past: The old spirit of the house is reflected with intensity in the bathroom where, without forgetting modern conveniences, opted for a retro deco look with vintage, painting the walls with cobalt blue and using an old style curtain rod.
Photos: Mi Casa
What is it about Christmas lights that creates an ambiance that is so warm and welcoming? When you walk into a room they give off an air of magical wonderment and even though they are inexpensive, they can instantly make a space feel cozy and romantic. String lights create an atmosphere that we just can’t help but want to be in and around. So, why not get inspired by this amazing collection that we have put together for you and add them to your bedroom scheme? We have already featured for you some other decorating ideas using Christmas lights around your home, such as Amazing front porch Christmas decorating ideas, and Christmas decorating ideas to create a stylish home. Now its time to move into the bedroom, an often forgotten about space to decorate for the holidays! If you want to adorn your bedroom with Christmas lights, not only can they be used to decorate for the holiday season, but they can also stay up all year round if they fit in with your decor.
String lights can be used to decorate just about any bedroom in your home, from the master bedroom retreat, to a guest room, children’s bedrooms to a bachelor pad or even a dorm room. There are numerous ways they can be incorporated into your design scheme, from draping them over a footboard to adding them into a headboard; they can be placed around a mirror, along the ceiling or even around a window. To create an inviting space, pair string lights with sheer white curtains and hang them around the bed. This combination will generate a slightly enclosed and super romantic ambiance. Have a look at the pictures below to get some creative ideas to hang holiday lights in your bedroom to make it cozy and even romantic, enjoy!
Add a touch of romance to your bedroom with a piece of fabric to use as a billowy canopy with twinkle lights.
Hang pictures with clothes pins on your twinkle lights to illuminate them.
Craft a headboard with twinkle lights, perfect throughout the year!
This room is a converted attic space. The platform holds two full size mattresses. Behind the bed is a ledge. The fronts of the ledge are hinged to use as storage and also to access the plugs on the wall.
This renovation of an old hunting cabin by Sandra Foster into a 9 x 14 beautiful Victorian cottage can be seen in more detail here.
A principal bedroom in an historic home with an interior inspired by past and present. A fusion of traditional and contemporary pieces sit comfortably together against a deep blue background. Seasonal decor adds sparkle and atmosphere.
Add a touch of Christmas to your bedroom with LIAMARIA pillowcases and STRÅLA lights from Ikea!
Don’t forget to decorate the guest bedroom! Marianne from SongBirdBlog suggests not overlooking any room when it comes to Christmas decorating. Stockings on the headboard, a little tree and some lights add the perfect touch to her Scandinavian-mountain-cabin style decor.
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This old farmhouse in the Pyrenees Mountains, France has been decorated for the holidays in a Nordic spirit because it snows heavily in the winter. This Nordic appearance permeates every corner of the house. The owners transformed this 18th century residence in their principal home after a thorough reform. The home had no electricity or running water and being an old country house, the stables were located on the ground floor, the foundations were of great concern. It was an absolute ruin, but with the help of architects Ferran Vila Barceló and Ferran Vila Franch, the house was recovered to its former glory and modernized to be comfortable and cozy.
We knew the owner wanted to preserve as much original appearance. We take everything we could underpinning and reinforcing the old structure and recovering and recycling the damaged materials. Even small, useless to hold the deck beams were used in the ceiling of the rooms, to beautify the windows, in the bathroom mirror or for part of the furniture … A challenge! Many of the furnishings as we made our own designs, using, for example , old pieces of wood from old doors, they could no longer fulfill its original function.
Would you like to spend Christmas in this house?
Spread out on two levels, the bedrooms were located on the top — with direct access from the outside — is an open space that houses the kitchen, dining and great room opened . “The kitchen is one of the jewels of the house. We both like to cook and invite our friends. It was imperative to have a space in which many people live and be attractive, warm and effective. ” Designed by the firm Tenuee, the structure of the furniture is made of solid oak front doors and drawers were made with ancient wooden boats from the Japara area in Indonesia. ” We had a hard time finding what we wanted. We are young and we wanted to choose something casual with which to identify and to contrast without attracting much attention with the rest of the house.”
The rest of the decor is simple and rustic Nordic breathes with certain strokes. “Ceilings with exposed beams, stone walls, old wood, natural fabrics, shades of cream, pickled … We were attracted to a lot of furniture, materials and unique pieces in which the passage of time becomes apparent.” The comfortable bedroom has solid wood beamed ceilings, sweetened by fir branches, pine cones and wreaths spread out on the antique furnishings.
Photos: El Mueble
It’s that time of the year again to get started decorating your front porch and front door for Christmas, welcoming your guests into your holiday home. With plenty of festivities over the winter holidays, you want to make sure your home looks its best, and the best way to get started is with your entrance. There are numerous ways to decorate your front porch and spread a festive atmosphere and holiday joy all around. Either done by yourself or with family, we are providing you with creative ideas of Christmas porch decorations to help you get inspired. Porch decorations usually include garlands, staircases, wreaths and any other suitable items for the place around your homestead. Even if you’re living in a narrow place where you don’t have much of a porch, you can create a bright look on your doorway with the simplest homemade ornaments.
For the best looks, always begin your work with wreaths and some garlands. They are the simplest ornaments and they can provide you with some sudden ideas while fixing them. Try buying garlands with fine ornaments or making them at home with glitter Christmas balls, organza flowers and glitter pinecones. Use artificial greenery and spray some Christmas scents to generate a stunning impact for anyone entering into your house. Light displays can be the most important thing to include within your arrangements; they give a wonderful look, and showcase many bright colors to highlight your holiday home.
Once you sweep away all those fall leaves and put away the fall decor, how will you dress your front door for the holidays? Have a look at all of the inspiration we have gathered together for you. Once you are done, get inspired to decorate indoors, have a look at some of our past articles to help get you started, Christmas decorating ideas to create a stylish home and Brilliant Scandinavian Christmas decorating ideas. Enjoy and happy holidays!
Urn planters could play a good role too. Bring some wide red ribbon and make a huge bow tie around the urn then place on top some pinecones and colorful balls; use artificial Christmas branches if you wish. Wrap the long garlands around your front porch pillars and hang the smaller ones with small bow-ribbons over your homestead fences. Use the same ideas with your front door to hang the garlands from the ceiling and fix them all around the door. Display much light on the same positions to enhance the look.
A bright red door means you’re halfway there without any decorations. This one uses a star in lieu of a wreath, while a long swag and lighted potted trees frame the door.
Celebrate the holidays with fresh greenery around your front door. You may have to drag your family and guests in as they linger on your front porch surrounded in the wonderful scent of cedar and pine.
Celebrate winter with ice skates and a vintage sled. Monogrammed stockings are a whimsical touch and look great filled with greenery.
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