Dear readers and friends,

This week I finished styling our home for Christmas. And as every year again, I am pleased to share with you some pictures of this year’s Christmas vignettes.

If you do have to get started yet your Christmas home decor,  I hope this can bring you some inspiration.

As we are still living in a difficult and strange time, we will enjoy the cosiness of our home more than ever.

A warm welcome to our home!


Starting with some outdoor decorative touches.

At our entrance door I putted lanterns, branches of Nobilis and pine cones.

Vignette on the terrace table.

One of the wreaths hanging on the front windows.


Please, come in.

A small touch on the mantel in our library.

Holly branches and red candle jar.

Sitting room mantel decor.

I just love that candle glow!

 A touch of magic on one of the sitting room side tables.

Started with putting branches of Pinus, holly and mistletoe, and added only a few Christmas balls and miniature led lights.

I’ve had this Christmas ornament for years and still love it.

You don’t always need to decorate in a lavish way!

Bell reed grass.

On the kitchen table a vase filled with eucalyptus and orange berries.

Small Christmas trees on the kitchen console table.

Mistletoe should not be missed!

A bunch of Pinus hanging on the wall in our orangery room.

Orangery mantel decor.

Pinus and alabaster candle holders.

On the coffee table a wooden bowl filled with gold baubles.

Wreath and candle on a stool.

Vignette on a table in our entry hall.


And this year’s Christmas tree!

This year the Christmas tree is put up in the dining room.

The tree is adorned with only metallic gold baubles and Christmas lights.

I wrapped the gifts with cotton, linen and velvet leftovers.

One of the gifts wrapped in a fabric leftover.

Hello Santa!

Dining room mantel decor.

Candles and holly.

Candles, candles and candles…

A branch of fresh green holly on the mahogany side table.

Again a touch of magic on another dining room side table.


Yesterday I finished our Christmas table centerpiece.

I started with Pinus, holly and red berries. Then added preserved roses, baulbes and candles.


I’ll be back in a few days with more pictures of the Christmas table setting.



All pictures by me