We have taken a closer look at the materials and styles that are in abundance in the shops this year, and linked them to the four characteristic BOEN styles; PURE NORDIC, MODERN RUSTIC, URBAN CONTRAST and CLASSIC ELEGANCE.
Christmas is all about traditions, and repeating them from year to year, this also includes the decorations. However, it is always nice to add something new in the form of a new ornament or decorative idea.
It is an interior trend that does not seem to want to go away; I am of course talking about the warm metallic such as copper, brass and gold. And Christmas is definitely the time to shine! Create contrast by hanging golden ornaments on a simple branch, or pair golden objects against matt ceramics or white details for a glamorous and elegant look!
Create a beautiful still life with a serving dish filled with candles and natural elements; very
classically elegant. From Broste Copenhagen. www.brostecopenhagen.com
Habitat has rolled out the golden carpet this Christmas, which is perfect if you love
the CLASSIC ELEGANCE style. However, here are also a lot of interesting details
for the URBAN CONTRAST aficionado; go for the darker metallic shade, and invest
in some of the geometric and animal shapes. www.habitat.eu
Christmas is the time for abundance, also in a PURE NORDIC interior – keep the
background clean and let the golden details contrast against natural materials.
From HM Home. www.hm.com/gb/department/HOME
I love this simple and elegant table setting which transcends a number of styles, and
shows elements that suit both the CLASSIC ELEGANT, PURE NORDIC and
MODERN RUSTIC thanks to the meeting between both very clean and more
organic shapes. From House Doctor. http://en.housedoctor.dk
The playfulness in the meeting between golden ornaments and deeper jewel colours
is perfect if you feel most at home in an URBAN CONTRAST interior, where colours
such as burgundy and deep red are perfect. Christmas ornaments, “Karen Blixen”
from Rosendahl. www.rosendahl.com
Delicate and subdued with simple rustic elements; a natural Christmas is a favourite style for many! If you choose a natural Christmas it doesn´t even have to become that expensive as you can use a number of elements you can find outdoors such as pinecones, branches and twigs of pine or spruce. Go for a muted palette of grey, black, beige and white, and create natural contrast with wood, rattan and leather. If you feel the need to add colour, go for delicate pastels, which is very on trend.
Simple, sculptural marble “trees are beautiful on their own or in a still life with other
decorative elements. Perfect alone in a PURE NORDIC interior, but will also look
good in a MODERN RUSTIC home. From Bloomingville. www.bloomingville.com
A natural tree that you can use year after year, which is simple but still seems lavish
and which can be paired on a matching table against a beautiful candle light
setting – typically CLASSIC ELEGANCE. www.brostecopenhagen.com
Delicate pastels and blonde wood will look lovely in both the MODERN RUSTIC
and the PURE NORDIC home this Christmas. From Bloomingville.
Bolias natural Christmas stars are definitely PURE NORDIC. bolia.com
If you prefer decorating your tree in muted nuances you probably feel most at home
in either the PURE NORDIC or the MODERN RUSTIC style. Everything from Ferm Living.
Subtle and rustic table setting, which will be perfect for the MODERN RUSTIC home.
The most important detail is a twig you can find yourself. The rest is from Tine K Home.