Nordal is all about velvet and golden highlights.
Nordal is all about velvet and golden highlights.
Nordal is all about velvet and golden highlights.
Nordal is all about velvet and golden highlights.
There's no such thing as too many fairy lights.
There's no such thing as too many fairy lights.
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May your festive season be lavish

Léonie de Montmollin
Zurich, on 08.11.2019
Translation: Eva Francis
If you live by the motto «go big or go home», then you've come to the right place: gold is the dominant colour in our collection of Christmas decoration. And there's plenty of velvet in pine green and wine red. Read on to find out how to create this elegant and slightly extravagant look in your home.

Stick to one colour and material concept

A classic and stylish Christmas look is almost impossible to achieve without gold. Create gold highlights with strings of lights, golden tree decoration and festive candlesticks. We've gone for a slightly modified version of the traditional red-green colour combination and opted for pine green and wine red. Lots of velvet gives your decoration that noble touch and makes the interior look cosy and inviting.

316.–was 379.–
Furn Dion
89.80was 115.–
Bloomingville Grandma
crown candle
9.90was 11.90
Broste Copenhagen crown candle
Tableware sets
Premium Platinum Line (20Piece, Starter set)
167.–was 191.–
Sola Premium Platinum Line (20Piece, Starter set)
Throw (170 x 130 cm)
Bloomingville Throw (170 x 130 cm)

A few handy tricks

Your Christmas tree is tiny? No problem. Place your tree on a small coffee table or stool, which you cover with a blanket or a piece of fabric. Once your presents are under it, your tree will look much larger. Add real or fake branches to make your tree look more spacious and impressive.

Go over the top

Garlands, LED fairy lights, tree decorations, glitter balls and tinsel: when it comes to decorating your Christmas tree, be lavish. Baubles in different sizes and with different surfaces give your tree an individual look. But make sure to stick to one material and colour concept (see above), or your tree might end up looking messy.

Lights out, lights on

When it comes to Christmas lighting, it’s also «go big or go home». If you’ve installed so many lights that you don’t need to switch on the main lighting, you’ve done a good job.

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Léonie de Montmollin
Léonie de Montmollin
Category Marketing Manager, Zurich
When I’m not busy putting together home décor themes or planning marketing activities for Galaxus, I enjoy decorating my home with things I love and starting DIY projects I finish all too rarely. The inspiration I get comes from blogs, magazines and travels. My favourite home living styles: Nautical, Scandinavian and Nordic.

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