Are you updating your Christmas Interior Decor this year?

Nordic or

Classic Interior Christmas Decor

Have you taken out the same Christmas decorations year after year and promised yourself that the following year you will have a revamp and change them?

Christmas time I know is still a few months away but as we know it has that way of creeping up on us before we know it. Now I’m not a one for Christmas shopping early and I really don’t agree on the shops playing Christmas music in November. However, I would like to give some you a little inspiration in what style of Christmas decorations are available.

Each year I make the effort to buy at least one new Christmas decorations and I have to say my mum always buys me a decoration (a little stocking filler).

My favourite place to buy a Christmas decoration has to be the one and only Liberty of London. They open in July!!! So a little weird if you visit there on a hot summers day.

Click the link below to see one of my Liberty tree decorations

So if you’re looking to make a change stop procrastinating and lets have a change. Check out my ‘How to get the look’ with these two different styles and without breaking the bank. Small changes can make all the difference.

I love a classic look with a modern twist.

Here is how to get my Interior Christmas look.

Atom interior styling classic look
The Scandi Look

The Scandi Look

Now there are ways to add a little of the Nordic look to your Christmas without breaking the bank. From left to right, find out where you need to shop.

Giant Antique Gold Baubles from £16.95 - £39.95

Diamante effect Stag head £50.00

Crush Velvet Cushion £16.00

Gold metal cage side table  £29.99

Star fairy lights £20.00

Another few things that you can make your living space a really cosy Nordic den. A faux throw is really a must have.

Catherine Lansfiled Collection

Catherine Lansfiled Collection

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