See this year's round up of the best christmas decorations from around the world
With just two weeks till Christmas we look to Instagram for some style inspiration from around the world as we finish tweaking the last of our festive decorations.
From stuffed toy trees to tartan tables we have rounded up this year’s best Christmas Instagram decorations.
And the nominations are…
Star-studded exterior trees
This is the ultimate Christmas tree, snapped by
@ladolcevitablog in Houston, Texas. Thousands of fairy lights smother these branches and look like a galaxy in the midnight sky – all that’s missing is Santa’s approaching sleigh.
White winter wonderland
@randigarrettdesign has adopted a snowy white scene in her home this Christmas. Keeping the feel cosy with sumptuous fur throws and a dosing of festive foliage, Randi has covered her white walls in ivory accessories and created a chic décor.
It doesn’t get much more Christmassy than Rudolph by @erinpiazzacrafts
hanging from your Christmas tree. These adorable, stuffed tree decorations are simple to make and a great activity for children over the Christmas holidays.
Dress your home in accessories
Take a leaf out of @tammydamore‘s book with interior wreaths, tarnished chrome accessories and tonnes of candles. We love the mini scripts (try pages from a traditional Christmas story) housed under a beautiful dome.
Summer time wreath
If you’re spending Christmas abroad and barbecuing on the beach rather than roasting a goose, then this wreath by @thebravevegetarian is for you! Delicate shells in pastel shades sit amongst pinecones, feathers and flowers for the perfect summer Christmas.
Stuffed toy tree
If you have children over this Christmas (or you’re are a massive kid at heart) look no further than @cathyleesley‘s tree. Her branches are brimming with giant, stuffed gingerbread guys, snowmen, oversized snowflakes and is topped with a Santa statue.
The perfect addition to a traditional German Christmas, these giant Nutcrackers will add a playful feel to any home. Like @maijapeee has, try them in different sizes and a variety of colours and dot them around the house.
@alexhitz certainly bought the forest indoors with this amazing living room design. The emerald green tones compliment the whiskey coloured floorboards and are finished with simple, yet striking, white accessories.
If you are looking for something a little different this Christmas, ditch the real foliage, or faux fir alternatives and instead go for wooden displays, like these ones by @annawiscombe. These wall art pieces are inspired by nature and the Great British countryside – how patriotic!
How beautiful is this rustic table display? By clashing Argyll prints, @_chef_kalb_ has created the perfect environment to enjoy Christmas lunch. Sprigs of fir, bowls of baubles and a central rocking horse all make it a festive table to remember!