Natural Holiday, Sweden
Someday I’d like to visit Sweden. Either in the darkest winter, or in the endless sunshine of summer. For now, I live vicariously through books and blogs.
This article in Lantliv magazine sums up the airy, bright beauty of the northern winter light. I’m smitten by the simple paper and evergreen decorations in this house where the Norberg family lives. It makes me think that the simplest things: apples, cut paper, pinecones, hyacinths and pine boughs are the best way to deck the halls. I’ll be adding the orange of clementines and the red of pomegranates too.
Full article here. Thanks to Apartment Therapy for guiding me to Lantliv.
Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.
I like the clean, uncluttered lines. The empty space is as important as the rest!
I so agree. We moved furniture to accommodate our tree and I think we won’t put it back. But we’re still not nearly so open as this Swedish house. Must have a goal, I suppose….
Yes, very neat and uncluttered. Often, I choose simple style over fancy style 🙂
I’m with you!
I love Scandinavian Christmas, it’s so cozy and reflects all the magic of Christmas. Happy holidays, Sue !!!
Scandinavian style is so gorgeous. It always reminds me of bleached driftwood and cosy fires.