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A holiday home The most wonderful time of the year is all about being together with your loved ones, preferably around a nicely set table in a festive atmosphere. Do not want to break the bank to get your home in the holiday spirit? We help you on your way with these fun yet economic designs. TEXT: CHARLOTTE VAN HEK  |  PHOTOS: PRESS PHOTOS



3. Music maker Not many things are more nostalgic than a classic music box. This beautiful one from Villeroy & Boch is made from 100 per cent porcelain and will do perfectly on any window ledge or fireplace. Because everybody needs the sound of music in their home during the holidays. €32.90 Villeroy & Boch via www.bijenkorf.nl

3. 1. Dazzling deer Step outside your Christmas tree comfort zone and opt for something a bit more wild. These tree decorations are cute, cheap and comical all in one. Christmas tree decoration 12 deer for €35.88 www.maisonsdumonde.com

4. 4. Breakfast booster Although Christmas dinner steals most of the spotlight, breakfast the next day is perhaps the most relaxing time of the holidays – wearing your pyjamas is often allowed. Your festive meal will be complete with this cotton breadbasket. €8.95 www.dille-kamille.nl 12  |  Issue 48  |  December 2017

2. Oh so fluffy You say cosy, you think fluffy cushions. Buddying up your sofa or fauteuil with some dark red or star-printed pillows is an easy way to bring the jingle bells into your home. You can nap in style on these ones from H&M. From €4.99 www.hm.com


5. 5. Hung up When the days get darker, a nicely-lit home becomes increasingly important. Booming Danish brand HAY has cleverly combined modern design with nostalgia in this candle holder. A musthave for every design-loving Christmas aficionado. €45 www.hayonlinewinkel.com

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Discover Benelux, Issue 48, December 2017  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Discover Benelux, Issue 48, December 2017  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.