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The Prettiest Flower This Winter Solstice




I do love to fill my home with fresh flowers at this time of the year - how about you? White hyacinths and eucalyptus have always been a firm favourite. But this year another bloom has caught my eye - and it's selling out across Sweden! The Amaryllis 'Rilona' is a large apricot-salmon flower which looks equally beautiful on its own or mixed with chrysanthemums, eucalyptus or deep burgundy amaryllis   - and of course, the shade is perfectly on trend! Here is some inspiration from some of my favourite Swedish flower fairies!







So pretty, don't you think? I love the salmon-apricot hue!

What flowers do you like to fill your home with at this time of the year?

It's Friday friends - yaaaay! Do you have any fun plans for the weekend? It's snowing here in Malmö today, but we're still hoping to make it up the coast to a 'glögg mingel' (christmas drinks party)  tomorrow!

If you're planning on decorating your home this weekend, here are some inspiring links I think you might like:

5 beautifully minimalist Christmas trees
Cosy Winter Solstice / Christmas Inspiration
6 lovely, simple Scandinavian DIY Christmas decorations
A Stunning, yet simple DUY candle holder

And for cosy Christmas homes:

A Norwegian Home on Christmas Eve
A Swedish Country Home at Christmas
Dreaming of a white Christmas in a Skåne home

I hope your weekend sparkles - stay toasty!

See you Monday!

Niki

Photography: 1. Anna Kvarnström 2. Fru Vintage 3. Katarina GustavssoGertruds rum 4. Årstidens Bästa 5. Caroline Birgitte / Lily and Honey 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Have a beautiful weekend!

    I don't comment a lot but I am always reading and appreciate you.

    Those flowers are so lovely.

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I'm so happy to hear from you! Wishing you a very merry christmas!

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  2. Gorgeous contrast between the salmon and the burgundy - and perfect metallic vase accent! Amaryllis is such a beautiful flower.

    Oh if only we had snow - just the eternal Atlantic rain!

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    1. I'm so happy you love that combination too - absolutely beautiful!

      Keeping my fingers crossed a flurry of snow heads your way soon... x

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