Minimalist Christmas spent in a hotel

Soon it’s going to be that time of the year again. Christmas in a period when families stay together, spend time together, receive gifts and have fun. It’s that time of the year when you start decorating your home and prepare to receive guests. But what if your home is not currently available? What do you do then?

It’s the case with a couple that is forced to stay at a hotel for a whole year while their house is being built. And since the home is not ready yet, they’ll have to spend Christmas there too. It’s not that cozy and warm when you have to spend your holidays in a hotel. It’s not ideal but it’s definitely not impossible. Here’s how the couple decorated their hotel studio apartment for Christmas.

It’s not very Christmassy but it’s a start. Let’s just say that the couple will have a minimalist Christmas this year. That actually doesn’t sound that bad. Christmas is not about all the decorations but about the atmosphere and the time spent with your loved ones. And they already have a Christmas tree so that’s been taken care of.

Now all they have to do is wait until Christmas comes and hope their tree won’t die till then. Also, they’ll have to go shopping because gifts don’t just magically appear underneath the Christmas tree, unless you believe in Santa in which case that’s totally how it happens.{found on bobedre}

Published by in Interiors, on December 2nd, 2011


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