Dreaming of a Cosy and Calm White Christmas In Johanna's Home

'Twas the last Friday before Christmas, and somewhere in Hamburg, Germany Johanna Wiemann's apartment is lit with the warm glow of candlelight. There may not be snow outside, but there sure is a lot of white inside - not to mention beautiful natural wood and soft, muted tones. Look closely and you'll also spot festive branches hung over the table, dripping with pretty ornaments, a simple sprig of pine displayed in a vase, star garlands and little houses lit with tea lights - and of course candles, lots of cosy candles! Ready for a tour of a dreamy, Scandinavian-inspired home at Christmas time? 

How lovely - the calmness, the warm glow that emits from every room, the magical display over the dining table - simply everything! 

Could you imagine spending the weekend here? 

See more pictures of Johanna's beautiful home over at @scandinavian.interior.

Feel like looking at other homes to give you that 'Jul' spirit? here are a few of my favourites: 

And if you feel like crafting this weekend - don't miss this decoration made from loo roll which I shared earlier this week! Could there be a more apt decoration for 2020? 

Wishing you a wonderful couple of days!


Photography: Johanna Wiemann, shared with kind permission. 


  1. I can imagine spending the rest of my life here!

  2. Beautiful and inspiring home! Can you tell me more about the little white houses with candles inside on the first picture? Who makes them and where can I purchase them online? Thank you!

    1. Yes! They're so pretty aren't they? You can buy them from Räder design stories and also Kähler have a beautiful collection too.

  3. Oh! Isn’t amazing that I can look at sweet, layered country homes and think that is how I want my house to feel lived in, and comfortable, and then you look at this amazing minimalist house and think oh no that is how I want my house to feel clean, simple, calm, beautiful. I think I need five homes all with different styles to enjoy.

  4. This home is an absolute dream! Thank you for sharing. --A daily follower, American who hopes to visit Scandinavia one day

  5. Do you know where the living room coffee table is from? I love it!


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