My Christmas Homestyle | Harmony Blaze
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Tuesday, 23 December 2014

My Christmas Homestyle

I've really enjoyed blogmas and whilst I haven't blogged everyday I have made sure that I have done so as often as I can. One thing I have really enjoyed seeing is peoples different homestyles when it comes to decorations at this time of year and I thought I'd give you a little insight into my homestyle too.



My Christmas decorations are quite simplistic and I really like them to look hand crafted as well as I think it feels more homely.


I have two trees, my amazing 7ft B&Q beauty in the bay window in the front room and a little 5ft one in the kitchen. As my living room has a red feature wall and hints of red in the soft furnishings the majority of my decorations match in with this and again I think it gives them a more traditional feel. I adored the Morris the Moose range of decorations in Next this season and Morris loves his spot by the TV! 

On the tree I have two white love heart decorations which were made for me by my boyfriends Gram, I love them and in all honesty I think it's what set me off with the whole hand crafted theme. I love sentimental decorations as I remember my mum having loads on the tree as I was growing up. As well as the traditional baubles and tinsel I also have a few animals; I have an owl that lives in my garden (Tony the Tawny Owl) so of course I have one in my tree as well! I also have a squirrel in there and a little moose which is so cute. Oh and my choice of topper is a bright red star!

In the hallway I have mistletoe berry lights, three wonderful Dear Santa hearts (part of the Morris the Moose range) and a Morris the Moose stocking hung on my kitchen door. My hallway is painted grey so the Next decorations really fit in nicely.

So there you have it my Christmas Homestyle - I have plenty more pictures from my Christmas so far over on my Instagram page so make sure you check it out!

Happy Holidays!

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