Stars, light, ornaments, glitter and sparkle, spruce and mistletoe … Home might suddenly feel rather empty when all the Christmas dazzle come down. So why not take this opportunity to redecorate your home using art, posters and pictures to create a new inspiring and cosy setting.
Check out the Danish magazine Boligliv's styling spread using House Doctor posters and canvas photographs. Which one is your favorite?
... sometimes even when it comes to Christmas table settings.
looking for an alternative to the elaborate Christmas festivity that may
characterise the traditional Christmas table settings try experimenting with
contrast of materials within a subdued colour scale.
This is an
example of more simplistic table setting using delicate tinted glass, rustic
ceramics, spruce branches and simplistic ornaments for a simple, grounded and
beautiful Christmas table setting.
Check out our range of fine jewellery - romantic motifs like doves or love statements will delight the romanticist while bracelets with symbolic pendants and rustic rings will appeal to the fashionista.
The jewelry shown is made from sterling silver and gold plating.
We would love to see how YOU have decorated YOUR home for Christmas! Mail us a picture of your favourite Christmas decorated home spot using House Doctor products – be it an inspirational window decoration, a welcoming Christmas arrangement at your front door, a creative advent decoration or something else you feel defines the Christmas spirit in your home.
It’s up to you – All we ask is that it’s beautiful, creative and inspirational.
Each week until Christmas we will choose and post the most inspirational ideas on our facebook page – because sharing is caring ;-)
Mail your favourite photo to email@example.com or upload it in a personal message on our Facebook page.
The Danish magazine BoligLiv presents a series of inspiring ideas on how to create the right Christmas mood by mixing pastels and elements from nature. Here are a few of the best – using House Doctor products.
Create a rustic still life by mixing dried twigs and flowers with candlelights, cobber and stone. Idea: Roughly paint an uneven, wooden board to use as the backdrop of the arrangement emphasizing the mood.
Replace the traditional bookshelf in December and create a unique Christmas tree to display your favourite designs instead.
Combine pieces of driftwood and hollow stones with your more delicate Christmas ornaments – to bring out the beauty by contrast.
December has only just started so you still have time to arrange your calendar presents and enjoy the look of them for the rest of December. Use a printer’s drawer to present and coordinate your calendar presents.
Using a big wooden branch as your Christmas tree shows off your ornaments and beautifully wrapped presents.
At House doctor we celebrate Christmas every day of December. We have wrapped a selection of our most beautiful Christmas ornaments and put the presents under our tree. Every day until Christmas a ”house doctor” will open a present and decorate the tree.
Try it at home with the family and let the Christmas spirit evolve as the decorating progresses.
Follow the decorating progress here on our blog as we count down to Christmas.