Let’s forget the traditional colors of Christmas, no green and red here, we are in Denmark. It is the weekend cottage of the creative director Betina Stampe who founded the Danish homeware company Bloomingville.
The style chosen for Christmas is typically Nordic: simple and in black and white, with many natural details.
The house is decorated with care, taking advantage of the natural environment that surrounds it and therefore also takes place in the interior. These rooms certainly invite you to relax in front of the fireplace with a good tea and a soft plaid.
Black and white are warmed by the natural tones and textures of carpets, throws, baskets, plates, bowls, and furniture, which make the atmosphere really warm and inviting.
For the first time, in a Scandinavian house, we see an “imperfection”: the tree is a little crooked, but the real pine is so Christmas!
If you decide to marry this style the Christmas tree, in fact, does not have to be synthetic (which, yes, it is so practical, but …): and then it is all very simple, it is enough to decorate it with a few hanging decorations, in natural tones, and of white.
Do you want to add some typical winter elements? Reindeer and fawns (proposed here in the cushions) combined with other wooden accessories (such as saplings on the table) fit perfectly in a modern Nordic environment like this.