Christmas Trends 2013 at Pop-up Christmas Shop Floreest


Each year  Helmi opens her pop-up store in the Breestraat in Leiden’s city center. Although it is a small shop, it is the best place to spot Christmas trends and get the most unique and exclusive baubles.  Florist and shop owner Helmi is always ahead of the curve and isn’t afraid to select different styles in contrast to all the other shops. She also makes the most beautiful flower arrangements and wreaths. If you’re in the area, do stop by this lovely pop-up Christmas shop Floreest at Breestraat 137 in Leiden.

Here are the trends of 2013 that caught my eye:

Music and the Swan Lake

Cute ballerinas, pianos, and musical merry-go-round boxes make a Christmas tree a dream for small girls and young at heart women. The style pairs well with pearly white and pink baubles.

Ballerina xmas

white and pink wreathmusical merry go round

Deep sea 

Imagine yourself in a beautiful sea world where you discover beautiful shells, colourful fish, magical seahorses and intriguing jelly fish.

christmas fish christmas shells Fish christmas tree pink fish bauble whale bauble

Cats and dogs

Are you a pet lover? Make a statement with a pet loving Christmas tree, the fashionable way.

dog in bag bauble doggies and cats for christmas dogs baubles IMG_6740

Folk

Beautiful handmade Matryoshka dolls and folklore fashion. These baubles are real pieces of art.

folk baubles folklore baubles Matryoshka dolls bauble

Sweets

Cupcakes, popsicles, ice cream cones, donuts and macarons.

Christmas macarons cupcake baubles sweet food baubles sweets baubles

Toys for boys

toystory 2 toystory baubles

Marie Antoinette and gold splendour

baubles 30s magazine gold xmas ornaments marie antoinette christmas teacups for xmas

Big cities

Are you a traveller? You are in luck cause like last year, the big city landmarks are still trendy. Reason enough to extend your collection.

landmark baubles

 

Other trends this year are: peacock, nordic nature with lots of white, ice and snow, and Santa’s village with the traditional red and white accents.

 

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