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What The Well Dressed Door Is Wearing This Christmas

05th Dec 2017

We’ve scoured Pinterest, and the shops, so you don’t have to (unless you’ve time on your hands to go down that rabbit hole), for decoration inspo. Twigs, moss and sculptural eucalyptus- Scando understatement and looser, more natural arrangements- are big this year.  Literally. Go all-in for larger scale, generous design statements. Even if you prefer something more traditional, consider thinking beyond a wreath to door-framing, trailing garlands, and think about tying together what’s going on outside decor-wise to what’s going on inside in terms of materials and vibe. Carollers, guests, and passersby will have plenty to look at…and admire.

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