Have yourself a Merry little Christmas

Today I’m posting my last blog post of the year 2012. I’m taking a break until January 2. I would like to wish all my readers a Merry Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you for following me and adding so much joy to my blogging experience. I would like to finish this year with a tour of my home’s Christmas decor. In this blog post, everything comes together: You will recognize my style and everything I blogged about earlier this year. The Nordic nature trend, my ladder love, the Christmas delights I made, the gifts I wrapped, my reindeer napkins I bought in London, feinedinge tealights. And you already saw my kitchen. You will notice my love for traveling in some ornaments, my fashion sense in the pearls, and my admiration for flowers. A vintage phone ornament couldn’t lack either. That’s what we do at the end of the year…we look back. But I’m also looking forward to 2013 when I continue to share and curate great and unique finds and experiences for you. Till next year!

xoxo Louise

All photos ©30s Magazine/L. de Miranda

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Comments

  1. Stunning home! Love the white ladder display of ornaments. Wishing you a lovely Christmas. xx

    PS I haven’t come up with a hotel yet – all booked up. I’ll be working Dec 27-31st but do call if you are in London and we can meet for dinner x

  2. What a beautiful Christmas home, a winter wonderland! Have a wonderful Christmas and looking forward to reading your blog in the new year for more inspiring images x

  3. Utter perfection, Louise. Such a treat to share it with us – thanks! I have the exact same star – snap ☺. J x

  4. Merry Christmas! I love the decorations but I feel that the pale color of the room doesn’t make them shine enough.

  5. Beautiful white Christmas decoration!! The ladder is such a cute idea! The photo of the wooden carving with Joy ornament makes me think that the wooden carving is from Indonesia. Very pretty!

    • Thank you! The wooden carving is from Thailand. I collect wooden carvings from all over the world. I also have some from Bali, one of my favourite travel destinations.

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