Christmas is just around the corner, and this is when most of us plan to decorate our homes with Christmas decorations. I'm one of those who can't contain their excitement for this season, and decking out my living area with Christmas decorations fills my heart with great memories.
For this Shop the Style blog, I will show you my top 10 decors to transform your living room Into a Scandi Santa wonderland. I've got the inside scoop on funky finishes, Christmas decorations, and the lowdown on where to nab 'em.
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1) Artificial Christmas Tree (SHOP ON AMAZON)
A top choice is the 7.5-foot lifelike Norwegian Spruce Tree. Perfect for a minimalist aesthetic for your living room. Consider using a wooden or wicker collar to conceal the metal base.
2) Christmas Tree Collar (SHOP ON AMAZON)
In addition to using skirts, collars can be used to conceal the metal stand or base of the tree. The naturally woven Christmas tree collar adds a touch of warmth to the bottom of the tree. This can enhance the overall Nordic and homey look.
3) Artificial Cypress Cedar Pine Garland (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Give this artificial garland with eucalyptus stems a shot to give your space a Scandinavian touch. Jazz it up with unpainted wooden Christmas ornaments for extra flair and charm.
4) Nordic Sheep Hanging Décor (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Add adorable decorations to your tree to get into the festive spirit of decorating for Christmas. These soft felt ornaments shaped like Nordic sheep are perfect for adding a whimsical touch to your tree, doors, windows, and handrails.
5) Christmas Gnome (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Your Scandinavian Christmas décor theme isn't complete without these red and grey Gnomes. They're ideal for coffee table accents or unique decorations on the base of your Christmas tree, guarding all your holiday gifts.
6) Winter Throw Pillow Covers (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Coordinating some of your furniture, like throw pillows, with your general Christmas vibe is also cool. These pillow covers have funky graphics and texts all about Christmas and winter on white and grey fabrics- super rad if your chair or couch has light cream or white cushions.
7) Idyllic Eucalyptus Wreath (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Decorating with wreaths during the holiday season is a cherished tradition. This elegant pine branch wreath is ideal for a Nordic or Scandinavian theme. The white berries, eucalyptus leaves and pine cones add a touch of natural beauty to the wreath.
8) Pre-Lit Artificial Mini Christmas Tree (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Consider adding a 3-foot-high Christmas tree to your home alongside your main tree for a cohesive Scandinavian theme. Because it’s pre-lit, there is no need for additional ornaments.
9) Christmas Stockings (SHOP ON AMAZON)
Of course, we won't forget Christmas stockings! These stylish wool stockings come in white, green and red, ideal for a Scandinavian Christmas. They'll look great on a white brick or stone-cladded fireplace or even on white walls if you don't have a fireplace.
10) LED Star Tree Topper (SHOP ON AMAZON)
A Christmas tree ain't done without a tree topper(not needed, but it does finish the vibe). The LED star topper can be used as a topper or an outdoor Christmas decoration- I like how sleek and tidy it looks, perfect for a Nordic-style Christmas tree.
To achieve the full Scandinavian Christmas living room look, I incorporated wallcovering, floor finish, and fabrics. These additions not only enhance the overall style but also perfectly complement the mentioned decorations. If you're interested in the details, you can find the website links below.
1) Flooring Finish (LUCIDA SURFACE)
2) Wallcovering (COORDONNE)
3) Upholstery (ANZEA)
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