A small Nordic-inspired villa with a warm, Christmassy décor

Nordic homes are not exactly famous for being warm and cozy. That’s something due to their simple and usually white interiors. They most often feature white walls and very simple furniture that’s sometimes black for contrast. One way of making it feel a little warmer and more inviting is to have wooden floors. The texture of the wood contributes to an overall cozy interior.

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But this time of the year, when Christmas is almost here, it’s not enough to have an almost cozy home. It has to feel warm and welcoming so. Of course, this doesn’t mean you have to make major changes neither does it mean that you have to change the style. It’s enough to add some cheerful holiday spirit by using seasonal decorations. The Christmas tree is a must have that instantly changes the atmosphere. To remain within the main style, you can decorate the tree with very simple ornaments and to preserve its symbolism.

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Nordic homes, regardless of the style chosen for their décor, almost always have elements that make them inviting. These elements usually include candles, ambient lighting, fresh plants, different textiles and fabrics and lots of natural light. Whether it’s a traditional, a modern, classical, rustic or any other type of home, these are details that will make it feel cozy and inviting, perfect for Christmas.{found on Husohem}.