ENTERTAINING, HOLIDAY entertaining | December 11, 2007

The best Christmas ornaments from Côté Maison’s compilation

4 christmas ornaments

Decorating with unusual Christmas baubles and ornaments elevate the simplest design. The key element is to bring character to your space.

I spot those stylish ornaments on Côté Maison, a French magazine. Even though the sources are retail stores only available in France I am showing them to you because they are a feast for the eyes.

The range of styles is diverse from a wooden ball covered with snow to Goose, a feather baroque style balls available at Habitat. If you spot a US or a Canadian store that carries a wooden ball similar to this one, I will be glad if you inform me. It would complement the Christmas tabletop I am designing for this year party.

Modern Mix displays the crown pattern. I noticed more and more crown prints lately on items from baubles to cups, plates up to decorative home accessories.

The last item is a simple Scandinavian tree ornament from Ikea called the ISIG bird.

Sourcing:
Via: Un Noël sans perdre la boule! sur Côté Maison

2 Responses to “The best Christmas ornaments from Côté Maison’s compilation”

  1. I really like the crown motif. I’m seeing it everywhere too and I think it will be around for some time. Happy Holidays!

  2. Hi Kim,
    I love your blog and all of your wonderful holiday finds! I just spent a lot of time checking things out! You’ve got a great eye. I’ve added you to my blogroll here: http://nataliebahadur.wordpress.com/

    Merry Christmas!
    Natalie