Tjoohooo! I hope you had a cosy weekend! It’s been snowy here – and so cold, even the sea has iced over. but I do love a winter wonderland, here in the South we have to make the most of it as we never know when it all might be washed away! Today, I’m stopping by to share a final home tour for 2022 – and it’s such a pretty one! 
You’ll recognise Maja Olausson’s house from a previous post. A former mission house with a charming interior, it’s hard to forget! I especially love her home at Christmas when it’s all decked out with stars, orange garlands, candles in moss and Christmas trees from a sustainably controlled forest. Oh, and keep a look out for her home made wrapping paper and gift tags as well as her festive table scape – some really lovely ideas here!  So kompis, wrap yourself in a blanket, pour yourself an extra strength coffee (Swedish style!) and enjoy the tour! 

Really lovely! 
Are there any details / ideas that stood out to you in particular? 
I’m impressed by all the details. I have to confess, since we’re going to see my family in London at some point during the holidays I haven’t done a huge amount at home – but we do have a lovely tree and a few decorations dotted about – as well of course, stars and candles in the window! You can read more about the Brantmark Christmas traditions from Per’s perspective here
Have you put up a lot of decorations this year (if you celebrate)? 
For more inspiration today, you might like to check out the Christmas and Christmas decoration archives as well as some of these cosy home tours: 
Kram!
Niki
Photography Maja Olausson, shared with kind permission 

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Tjoohooo! I hope you had a cosy weekend! It’s been snowy here – and so cold, even the sea has iced over. but I do love a winter wonderland, here in the South we have to make the most of it as we never know when it all might be washed away! Today, I’m stopping by to share a final home tour for 2022 – and it’s such a pretty one! 
You’ll recognise Maja Olausson’s house from a previous post. A former mission house with a charming interior, it’s hard to forget! I especially love her home at Christmas when it’s all decked out with stars, orange garlands, candles in moss and Christmas trees from a sustainably controlled forest. Oh, and keep a look out for her home made wrapping paper and gift tags as well as her festive table scape – some really lovely ideas here!  So kompis, wrap yourself in a blanket, pour yourself an extra strength coffee (Swedish style!) and enjoy the tour! 

Really lovely! 
Are there any details / ideas that stood out to you in particular? 
I’m impressed by all the details. I have to confess, since we’re going to see my family in London at some point during the holidays I haven’t done a huge amount at home – but we do have a lovely tree and a few decorations dotted about – as well of course, stars and candles in the window! You can read more about the Brantmark Christmas traditions from Per’s perspective here
Have you put up a lot of decorations this year (if you celebrate)? 
For more inspiration today, you might like to check out the Christmas and Christmas decoration archives as well as some of these cosy home tours: 
Kram!
Niki
Photography Maja Olausson, shared with kind permission