Oh come all ye home and design lovers….
This will be my last round-up of the year, and I am excited to share with you 10 interior and lifestyle bloggers Chrismassy homes. Whether it’s a room, a rainbow Christmas tree (yes that really is a thing!) or a whole tour of the house, there is so much inspiration on this post I defy you not to be a little bit in love with just one style.
Starting off with one of my very favourite interior bloggers Lust Living and her Scandinavian theme with a feminine touch. Olivia has gone with a white gold and pink theme in her living room, which I also went for this year for my Christmas table, it’s a fresh take on Christmas decorating I think.
Another dining room next, and would you believe the same colour theme too? This time from Alison Perry who is hosting Christmas for the first time. I love the irregular shaped bowls and plates in a really gorgeous blush shade. In complete contrast to Curate and Display who shares her pared back moody blue Christmas dining table, so beautiful!
Are you a real or faux Christmas tree lover? I have a foot in both camps I must admit, but maybe these next posts will sway you?
Karen from Well I Guess This is Growing Up has, not one, not two but three trees to show you, including a rainbow tree? I didn’t even know such a thing existed! With subtle ice white decorations, it really allows the tree to sing. Geraldine on the other hand has done the opposite and decorated a faux green tree in rainbow colours, WOW that’s a lot of baubles!
Not only a beautiful tree, but some words of advice on how to care for it from Rachel at The Little Pip. I absolutely love the dried oranges she used to decorate hers with. Whereas the very lovely Rachel from The Ordinary Lovely can take or leave a tree, and shows us her take on decorating in a folklore style.
Moving on to house tours, I have two to show you including a beautifully decorated hallway and kitchen from Fifi McGee, I am lusting over the panelling, the advent calendar and the doors, so many beautiful doors! A perfectly understated neutral palate from The White Approach, you wouldn’t expect anything else from Karen would you?
Finally, to complete this round-up with a floral flourish, we have a sitting room full to the brim with festive flowers over at The Pink House.
So I’m dying to know, which is your favourite?