A unique style like the Scandinavian is always present and present when decorating. But it is not a new style, but became popular towards the 1950s. As we already know, its main characteristics are simplicity and functionality. In this article we will see how we can give this style to the Christmas decoration this year with several ideas that we hope will inspire you and enjoy them. Nothing better than combining a beautiful style like this with the wonderful Christmas decoration.
The Scandinavian style is sweet and casual, so much so that we can incorporate it into the decoration of our house very easily, especially in festive times.
One of the bases of the Scandinavian style are natural materials and fibers. A great tradition that we can observe in this first detail. These precious stars complement the red, white and natural color scheme and perfectly represent classic craftsmanship.
Another material that we can use for Scandinavian Christmas decoration is the salt mass. Those beautiful and classic ornaments that surely have already seen. Here, for example, we can see a small wolf in salt dough. The crisp white shapes found in nature, such as animals, leaves and stars, complement perfectly with the classic and striking red color.
Spices to decorate at Christmas: aromatic and irresistible, do not you think? This charming cinnamon tree is the perfect example of Scandinavian aesthetics. Charming, sweet and that surely will steal a smile.
A good way to combine a detail of classic style with something more modern without leaving the Scandinavian air. A woven deer and a heart of modern graphic paper is combined with the freshness of modern Scandinavian design.
Mixing and matching textures and patterns creates an informal warmth that will surely keep everyone in a good mood. It is good to choose and maintain a color scheme so that everything maintains harmony and we achieve the sweet, casual and relaxing effects of the Scandinavian style.
What a lovely DIY detail! This crown is precious! The natural elements have a great influence on the Scandinavian design. We keep those pieces of wood that come home during the year to be able to make traditional Christmas pieces like this one ourselves.
Another idea is to build a corner or decorate a wall with crowns of different mateirales. This will create an impact zone and will be the focal point of the space. The combination of natural materials and fabrics keeps things pleasantly Nordic.
A detail of a simple and discreet beauty makes everyone feel welcome and comfortable.
Learn to recycle to include in the decoration unexpected details how? This is an idea: pages of an old book to make romantic decorative accessories that combine perfectly.
Whether we hang them from the tree or bring them to the table, homemade sugarcane hearts are a sweet way to decorate for the holidays. No two are the same and they are super adorable.
A touch of brightness always. The Scandinavian style is simple, but not austere. A simple and delicate glassware combined with hexagonal mirrors will add a striking detail to our table.
The Scandinavian style is known for its sweet simplicity. The humble craft paper and the white ribbon are a lovely place to start. And who needs a goblin on a shelf when you have a gnome in your house? Beautiful!
These Scandinavian snowmen know how to have fun! They are a sweetness! The warm and sweet cinnamon decorations give them the support they need to dance on the improvised stage of this recovered wooden box.
Banners, pennants and garlands are excellent details to decorate. These pieces of handmade salt and cinnamon add a DIY touch to the decoration.
Everyone loves to be surprised with small deco details. Hanging a crown from a recycled frame makes the old look new again.
Forest creatures and delicious cookies? Yes, please! WHO HAS milk?
Let's add a natural element that we can do in any color. These thread ornaments are easy to make and cheap, and it will be a fun project to create with the children of the house.
Let's enjoy a Christmas in the best Scandinavian style!