Alternative Christmas Decor | Christmas 2020

Merry Christmas everyone (or happy holidays)! I hope you’re enjoying December and that your hearts are filled with a festive feeling. Today, I thought I’d share with you how I’ve decorated my window for this Christmas. Am I the only one who’s just a little bit tired of forest green and berry red when it comes to Christmas decor? Don’t get me wrong, the colours make me feel so incredibly festive, but I just don’t really want my own room to look like that. It took me a long time to work out, how I wanted to decorate my room for Christmas this year, however, I feel like I’ve done such a great job. I know style and taste is so different for everyone, and you might look at my decorations and pictures and think, that I have the most awful taste ever and that’s okay. Although hopefully, some of you like my taste and enjoy my aesthetic. I hope you enjoy! ❤

For this year, I’ve bought some coloured candle sticks as I thought they looked really cool. You can buy these types of candles pretty much anywhere, however, mine are from Søstrene Grene and costed £0.33 (absolute bargain). I also bought some glass holders for them, because I liked that the candle were the main focus and not the holders. I’ve got a garland made out of pine cones and then I’ve twisted some fairy lights around it to make it look extra christmassy and cosy. In a vase I’ve got some foliage from the forrest, which I just took home with me (super easy, super fun and super cheap). I’ve then got a gold tray from HAY and a souvenir which my boyfriend, Casper, got me when he was in Barcelona (it’s a snow globe, so very fitting for Christmas).

In this picture, we have my beloved polar bear sculpture. I’ve been wanting this for years and then my boyfriend got it for me for our anniversary. It’s vintage and I’m honestly not even sure who used to make them, but, I’m sure you can search it.

I also got a tiny Christmas tree this year! I’m SO happy about it because it’s just the perfect size and just what I wanted. CUTE!!

I REALLY hope you enjoyed this short little post, and that you’ve got some inspiration. Please let me know, how you like to decorate your room/flat/house for Christmas? I would honestly LOVE to know! Until next festive post, I hope you’ll have a lovely December. I know Christmas this year is going to be very different because of COVID (isn’t everything just because of COVID this year? GOD I’m ready for 2021). So even though, many of you won’t be able to see you families, I still hope you’ll find joy and peace during this time of the year. You all deserve to have a nice time!

Lots of love

Karen xx

6 responses to “Alternative Christmas Decor | Christmas 2020”

  1. This is so so pretty and cute! I always find it so interesting to see how other people decorate for Christmas, however I wish we decorated for more than a month! The pine cone garland is such a lovely idea. I hope you have the most amazing Christmas xx

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    1. I totally agree, I so wish the decorations could stay there for much longer. I’m really glad you like the way I’ve decorated my room. Thanks so much for reading! I wish you the best Christmas too xx


  2. Oh this is so pretty, I love it! You have the most wonderful style Karen. That tiny Christmas tree is also adorable, can’t believe I never thought about getting one of those for myself – maybe next year! Merry Christmas lovely ❤️xx

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    1. Aww you’re just the sweetest, Chloe. I love having a Christmas tree in my room, because it just makes me so happy every time I look at it. Thanks so much for reading! I wish you the loveliest Christmas ❤️ xx

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  3. Oh, this is so chic and cosy! x

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    1. Thank you so much! I’m really glad you think so ❤ I wish you the loveliest Christmas xx


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