Christmas 2018 in a natural style

This year too, my favorite trend in Christmas decorations continues to be what we can call natural style with the addition of some touches of gold / brass. It is a trend that started last year (in fact I talked about it here) and that, lucky me, seems to continue this year. A trend that comes from the Scandinavian countries and reflects the Lagom style that everybody has recently talked about. ...

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Christmas 2018 according to Ferm Living

I fell in love with the Ferm Living collection for Christmas 2018. The Danish company presents a sober, chic and minimalist Christmas collection, a nice contrast with the traditional style of Christmas, made of red, gold, shiny and sparkling decorations. The inspiration of Ferm Living is unconventional, a collection made of rough surfaces and sober colors such as grey and dark terracotta (great ...

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Christmas 2018 – gift ideas for her

Yesterday was the turn of the gift ideas for him (have you seen the post?), but today the selection of gift ideas is dedicated to women. Also in this case, the gifts have a very high design content, can be all found online at low prices! And if you want 10 more ideas, take a look at the gifts I selected for last Christmas 2017. I hope this post will help you!   1 - Light board ...

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Christmas 2018 – gift ideas for him

December has come and Christmas is just around the corner….so it is time to start thinking about the presents. Are you an organized person that buy everything in advance or are you a last minute person who buys gifts on December 24? I don’t buy gifts very in advance but I usually make a list and go shopping with a clear idea of what I am looking for, or at least I try to. Finding ideas is in ...

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An original idea to wrap your gifts

Today I want to leave you with some inspiration to wrap your gifts in an economic and original way and the final result is very elegant. I was inspired by these photos I found on Pinterest for my gifts and I'm very happy with the result. The materials needed are few and inexpensive: craft paper, twine (or similar) and some sprigs of your favorite plants. I used some eucalyptus sprigs, but also ...

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