10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
Hello friends, how are you on this winter day? Now that my birthday is over (thank you for all your kind messages on Wednesday!), Christmas decorating has reached fever pitch in our household, and I’ve been scouring the web for ideas! One of my go-to people is Mari Magnusson who always adds the most magical festive touches to her country home. 

As always, I love to keep things simple, and many of Mari’s ideas feature touches from nature, candlelight, white stars and wreaths. Here are 10 beautiful decorations to feel inspired by: 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
1. Foraged branches bring in the season and look so pretty with paper decorations
2. Simple paper baubles hung from cabinet door knobs add a festive touch
3. Paper star lanterns in the window brighten up the darkness and create a warm and welcoming glow. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
4. An imperfect rustic tree tucked in a corner adds charm and a relaxed feel. Add a few small festive touches to give the look a lift. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
5. Candles in a row on a side table or in front of a little used cabinet add a touch of warmth and magic after dark. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
6. Candle wreaths strung from the ceiling make a great replacement for overhead lights at Christmas time. 
7. Fairy lights can brighten up any cabinet or shelving at this time of year. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
8. If you have a relatively large living space, it’s nice to have more than one tree! A mini one can brighten up the kitchen, a hallway or a landing! 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
9. make your own candleholder with a dough bowl, some moss and a clutch of slim candles! 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
10. And of course, the big tree itself! Go all out or keep it simple like Mari – the only rule is to make it uniquely yours! 
I hope you enjoyed these ideas! 
You can see more from Mari’s beautiful home over at @anangelinmyhome
Check out the Christmas archive for more Scandinavian decorating inspiration this weekend.
Have a cosy weekend!
Niki
Photography by Mari Magnusson courtesy of @anangelinmyhome, shared with kind permission. 

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10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
Hello friends, how are you on this winter day? Now that my birthday is over (thank you for all your kind messages on Wednesday!), Christmas decorating has reached fever pitch in our household, and I’ve been scouring the web for ideas! One of my go-to people is Mari Magnusson who always adds the most magical festive touches to her country home. 

As always, I love to keep things simple, and many of Mari’s ideas feature touches from nature, candlelight, white stars and wreaths. Here are 10 beautiful decorations to feel inspired by: 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
1. Foraged branches bring in the season and look so pretty with paper decorations
2. Simple paper baubles hung from cabinet door knobs add a festive touch
3. Paper star lanterns in the window brighten up the darkness and create a warm and welcoming glow. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
4. An imperfect rustic tree tucked in a corner adds charm and a relaxed feel. Add a few small festive touches to give the look a lift. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
5. Candles in a row on a side table or in front of a little used cabinet add a touch of warmth and magic after dark. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
6. Candle wreaths strung from the ceiling make a great replacement for overhead lights at Christmas time. 
7. Fairy lights can brighten up any cabinet or shelving at this time of year. 

10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
8. If you have a relatively large living space, it’s nice to have more than one tree! A mini one can brighten up the kitchen, a hallway or a landing! 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
9. make your own candleholder with a dough bowl, some moss and a clutch of slim candles! 
10 Scandi Christmas Decoration Ideas from Mari's Home
10. And of course, the big tree itself! Go all out or keep it simple like Mari – the only rule is to make it uniquely yours! 
I hope you enjoyed these ideas! 
You can see more from Mari’s beautiful home over at @anangelinmyhome
Check out the Christmas archive for more Scandinavian decorating inspiration this weekend.
Have a cosy weekend!
Niki
Photography by Mari Magnusson courtesy of @anangelinmyhome, shared with kind permission.