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Christmas trends 2015: Living in beautiful surroundings during the advent season

The end of the year comes nearer with big steps - and with it, the Christmas season. Christmas cakes and almond biscuits are piled in supermarkets. We are also already caught by Christmas feelings. Maybe there’s a little doubt in the moment we select our Christmas assortment and the parcels arrive in our stock, but immediately we feel the happiness about the comfortable and warm season of the year. Maybe comfortable isn’t the right word: The advent season is golden and noble or modern and playful or rustic - just like you like it. Be inspired by the Christmas trends of 2015!

Christmas 2015 doesn’t have the ONE trend. Individuality rules our lifestyle, it is mirrored in our furnishing and decoration. Just as versatile as the Christmas assortment. THe styles reach from noble over playful and creative up to rustic.

Noble brass and copper

For those of you who prefer nobleness, these manufacturers will suit you: ferm Living and Georg Jensen. Choose some of the golden Christmas tree baubles, copper candle holders and napkin rings out of brass. The products are easily combinable with rustic furniture. The design objects look even more elegant connected with white or black furnishings. Important: Don’t exaggerate. Decoration items of brass and gold shine bright and many of them will overstrain the eyes and look overcrowded.

Artful contrasts by Lassen - Kubus 1, copper

Playful figures and colourful Christmas jewellery

The brands A di Alessi, corpus delicti and Hoptimist also concentrate on colourful and modern design objects during the Christmas season: a crib looking like a Jenga game, playful advent calendar candle, Santa Hoptimists and crib figures as if they just came out of a comic. If you choose the playful style, it should be part of your whole furnishing. Stylish furniture and a straight-lined interior will emphasize the colourful design figures perfectly.

Christmas Baubles by A di Alessi Hoptimist - Santa and Rudolf Porcelain figures and crib from A di Alessi in blue

Rustic items for nature enthusiasts and romanticists

The Christmas assortments of Skagerak, Jan Kurtz and Novoform clearly contrast the playful figures from Alessi. Discover the Christmas decoration made of massive teak wood, the Christmas typical objects with natural appearance and the wooden Christmas tree decoration. Wooden accessories won’t be obtrusive. They harmonize with the natural and modern, reduced styles equally. Combine wooden stars and fir trees with the noble candleholders and accessories made of brass. The contrast of the materials will add a thrill to the decorated landscape, while the colourful spots add the harmonic bit to it.

Small teak wood forest Jan Kurtz - wooden star, massive teak wood X-Mas Hangers by Novoform made of walnut

New winter collections

The popular Scandinavian manufacturer Iittala also moves looking forward to Christmas. Iittala marketed the Tanssi Collection."Tanssi" is Finnish and means "dance". The artist Klaus Haapaniemi was inspired by the Czech opera "The Cunning Little Vixen", which is a sad and also beautiful story about the coexistence of animals and humans in the eternal circle of life. This is how the Tanssi collection convinces with cushions, boxes, plates, napkins and Christmas baubles with wonderful and colourful patterns that remind us of the inhabitants of a magic forest.

Iittala - Tanssi dishes Iittala - Tanssi Christmas tree baubles Iittala - Tanssi dishes

Find your style! Find the Christmas trends 2015 in our topic "Christmas decoration" as well as many noble, playful and rustic accessories that will make Christmas sweeter and add comfort and pleasant mood to your home. Discover our advent lights and advent calendars as well.
Skagerak - Spruce Tree, 17 cm, teakOur recommendations for you:Christmas DecorationView now!

Article from the 2015-10-28, of Anja Beckmann

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