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A Norwegian home on Christmas eve

You can always rely on Norwegian blogger Nina Holst of Stylizimo for beautiful interior inspiration. And when it comes to Christmas Eve it's absolutely no different! Her lovely home high up on a hill in Oslo is decorated with simple wreaths, fresh white linen and of course a magnificent tree laden with 'pepperkaka'  (Scandinavian ginger biscuits!). What a lovely setting for Christmas eve?








Credits: Nina Holst / Stylizimo

Could you imagine spending Christmas here?

Get the look: By lassen candleholder in brass, wishbone chairs, beautiful white linen tablecloth and napkins. These white porcelain stars and baubles are lovely.

Other Christmas link love:

Twinkling fairy lights on a big mirror.

Simple DIY dried orange garland.

One little Christmas tree. And one even smaller tree!

Something to share: cranberry brie pull apart bread - mmmmmm!

Have a wonderful day - I'm off to celebrate my birthday! Eeeeeeee! My sister Cas and little niece have even come all the way over from London as a surprise! 

PS Last day to enter the wonderful watch give-away - hurry! 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. happy, happy birthday, Niki!! such a sweet family surprise! xoxo Salma

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  2. Many happy returns, my birthday this Saturday.

    Jean

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    1. Thank you Jean! Happy birthday for Saturday! X

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  3. Happy Happy birthday!!! Enjoy and let the beauty and the love surround you!!Best wishes!

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