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I'd love to put this wreath at my front door. It would be a great welcome to rustic indoor Christmas decor.
Nothing says autumn quite like pumpkins. If you don't have time to carve your own for Halloween, cheat with these fun pumpkin-shaped outdoor candles.
Large Outdoor Pumpkin Candle
Tikibak Outdoor Screen
Monograms are a great way to personalize a kid's space. This 3D construction version is made of a gravel-textured surface with toy diggers, dumper trucks and even workmen. My favorite parts are the muddy tracks leading off the print and onto the matte — almost like the machines have been busy...
This colorful piece would make a great focal point in a playroom. Maps and bright colors are my two favorite design elements for kids spaces.
Fill a beautiful ceramic bowl or basket with a few dozen of these handmade felted wool acorns. They're a great way to infuse fall colors into your decor in a subtle and unique way.
When is a clock not a clock? When it's a wall decal! This Mister Mista decal includes a working clock and can be stuck wherever you want it.
Time Two Stick'A Clock Decal
One of the things I love about Scandinavian design is the folk art. These tree decorations are a beautiful representation of traditional folk art and are perfect for Christmas.
Lino Print Tree Decorations
Inspired by European folk art, New Zealand artist Ellen Giggenbach creates decals that are removable works of art for your wall.
Miniz Birds Removable Wall Decal
In My Garden Removable Wall Decals
The sweet patterned fabric in this advent calendar reminds me of tea towels, so I would hang it up in the kitchen (especially a lovely kitchen with a fireplace).
Paper stars like these are the perfect accent to a Scandinavian-inspired Christmas. These are simple, understated and beautiful. I would hang them at different heights in front of a picture window.
White Paper Star Decorations
Graphically simple and bold, the spirits of English artist Amy Blackwell's prints have almost a totemic quality.
This is not really a toy; it's meant to be used more as decor, but the bird sings, and I can just image little eyes looking at it with wonder. It would be great to entertain the baby when nothing else makes him or her stop crying. After all, we moms need to be as creative as we can!
Singing Bird Cage
Finished with water-based lacquer and made of natural wood, this award-winning alphabet bookcase is a brilliant storage space for kids to start gathering their very own book collection.
I try to incorporate bells somewhere into my Christmas decor each year. These bell drops could be used alone or strung together in multiples on larger trees.
This felted robin star tree topper would be right at home at a Scandinavian-themed holiday. Pair it with more felt ornaments in red and white for a truly Scandinavian look.
Sweet and stylish, this coat rack is perfect for the young and the young at heart. Maybe it will even encourage the little ones to tidy up too.
Pirate Coast Wall Art Mural
Fabric wall stickers are my favorite. They're more durable and easier to remove and reposition than other decals. This way, your child's growth chart can actually "grow" with you, wherever you may go.
These fun feathered felt friends are super soft and perfectly charming. They are the ideal sofa companions for chilly autumn nights.
Hedwig Owl Cushions
I always love to use artwork as a jumping-off point for the color palette of a space. This little guy was the perfect inspiration.
This clay ornament with a Swedish folk art design is the perfect touch to a Scandinavian-inspired Christmas theme. I love pieces like these hanging off of door knobs or cabinet pulls to add a little touch of Christmas throughout the entire house.
From adder to zonate tooth fungi, the Endangered Species alphabet poster makes the case that all creatures, no matter how obscure or small, are worth saving.
This personalized Christmas sack is the ideal alternative to the old-style Christmas stockings. Isn't it an adorable idea?
Reindeer Hurricane Lanterns
I love wintry decorations that aren’t too holiday specific, like this pinecone and birch star garland. I would drape it around the mantel and leave it up for months.
Birch Stars and Pinecones Garland
Santa has forgotten his sack at home — or so it seems with this sweet burlap sack you can surprise your kids with.
This is a great idea if you want to save some money and help the environment at the same time! Buy small trees, decorate them and display them together for a full impact. Take good care of them, and don't forget to plant them in the Spring.
I love these stockings! I ordered them for my house this year, and they are amazing. They look so cute hanging up near the tree. The red and white color palette is perfect for a Scandinavian-inspired theme, and the fact that they are knit adds to their charm.
Serene and simply lovely (much like the real thing), snowflakes made from Japanese washi paper are an easy way to adorn a package. I apply only one, off center, and then maybe add a sprig of evergreen.
Washi Paper Snowflakes
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