A Scandinavian Christmas at Aalto Townhomes
I was thrilled when Intracorp asked me to decorate their display home at Aalto Townhomes for the holidays! You all know how much I love seasonal decor and Christmas, well that’s the most fun of all. This was such a fun project and I’m so happy with how it turned out! Excited to share with you: A Scandinavian Christmas at Aalto Townhomes.
This post is sponsored by Intracorp, but as always, all opinions are my own.
Aalto Townhomes are located in a quiet Coquitlam neighbourhood, yet still close to many urban amenities. They have a simple Scandinavian style which is both classic and modern, and I love how bright and spacious they are. Hello dream kitchen!!
I added faux greenery in pots and baskets for a festive feel and accents of red and black that really pop against the white finishes. On the table, I created this simple DIY centerpiece by using a tray, candles, faux greenery and twine.
Look who came to help! Kellogg had so much fun coming to work with Mommy and made himself right at home.
Simple red and white ornaments made of paper and wood give the tree a very natural look.
My daughter helped me wrap the gifts in paper and string and she made a beautiful “bow” on this one out of faux fir sprigs.
The perfect spot to enjoy some Christmas cookies and cocoa!
I wanted to bring in some whimsical touches like these tree stocking holders and sweet mouse ornament.
I love how simple and festive this Scandinavian themed Christmas turned out. It allows the beauty of the home to shine and become even more magical during the holidays!
Thanks for joining me today for A Scandinavian Christmas at Aalto Townhomes. To see more of this beautiful home decorated for the holidays, you can visit their sales centre daily between noon and five, except Fridays. While you’re there, be sure to enter to win one of two $100 gift cards to Coquitlam Centre or visit IntracorpBC’s Instagram page to enter. Also, find out how you can get $10,000 off your home at Aalto during the holidays!
Thank you to Intracorp for having me and to Iulia Agnew for photographing it all so beautifully!