My Home Style | It’s Beginning To Look Like Christmas…

Having shared my favourite Dream House spaces and interior mood boards, I thought it was about time to show you My Home Style. What better time to start this new blog feature than my favourite time of year – Christmas time! At this time of year, I LOVE putting on Christmassy tunes and spending time styling our home for the festive season. Here is a peek inside our colourful, Christmas home.A Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsI just love my festive front door courtesy of my favourite florist First Blush. Dawn was also my wedding florist and always manages to create exactly what I have in mind. I love the mix of winter berries and foliage.
A Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsA Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsYou may notice I have a bit of a red and white theme going on – I just love Scandinavian style. In the hallway, I couldn’t resist this gorgeous advent calendar from BHS last year – a bargain at 25 quid! My berries, again, are from First Blush and my red stag was picked up at Wilko would you believe?!
A Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsA Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsA Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsIn the living room, the tree is the main focal point. We usually get a real Christmas tree, but this year decided to invest in a hassle free pre-lit one from Marks and Spencer. It came in three parts and was so easy to assemble. I think it looks pretty realistic. My wee red house lanterns were from Tesco last year. They had such a lovely range of decorations last year, but this year has been rather disappointing. My nordic style cushions and nativity russian dolls were from John Lewis.
A Peek Inside | It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas... | From City To SuburbsIn the dining room, my red felt snowflake placemats and coasters have jazzed up my table and the red plywood heart adds a wee touch of Christmas to my yellow cabinet.

It’s beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas. I spent last Friday afternoon decorating the tree with She & Him blaring in the background. All I was missing was a wee glass of mulled wine to celebrate! With the weather so dark and gloomy outside, it is such a joy to put on some flickering fairy lights, light some candles, relax and enjoy our cosy, festive home. I wish it could stay like this all year long.

Have you decorated your house for Christmas? Do you get a real tree or do you prefer artificial?

P.S. Living Room | Mood Board and One + Four = Life #13

 

 

 

 

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