Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Minimalist Christmas Decorations | @styleminimalism

Have you put up your Christmas decorations, yet? No, then you’re not alone, apparently most people are expected to decorate their houses this weekend. I insisted Dan buy a Christmas tree last week but the poor tree has sat unloved for the whole week whilst I’ve been running across town for various events. So for me today is the day. I spent the morning searching through Pinterest and found some beautiful inspiring images. These are my favourites but you can see the rest of the board I created here, if you need a little more inspiration. As with my home and personal style, I’ve gone for quite minimalist Christmas decorations. Green foliage, pine cones, red berries and lots of candles will give my house a homely hygge feel. I want it to be a calm, peaceful time of year when we slow down and spend quality time with our family and friends. A slice of Panettone, lots of satsumas and the odd glass of mulled wine always help me get in the mood.

Photography: via Pinterest