10 patterns for Christmas

10 patterns for Christmas

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To create a universe that matches the Christmas spirit, certain patterns, true symbols of this very special period, are to be favored. Snowflake, star, Christmas tree or holly pattern ... will allow you to personalize and shape a beautiful party atmosphere in your interior. Discovery!

A snowman for a winter decor

HomeLavafr The snowman motif is more relevant than ever in this winter period. At the head of the bill with the snowflakes, the stars and the reindeer are naturally found on our trinkets, our cushions or on our Christmas tree.

Santa's reindeer

Homelavafr So that the magic of Christmas invades the house down to the smallest detail, we opt for this red and white cushion printed with a pretty deer. Its natural elegance makes its image an ideal motif for a Nordic spirit Christmas decor.

My Christmas Tree

Elisabeth Dunker Straight out of a Swedish forest in winter, the fir motif will give your party interior a natural touch and a Scandinavian touch. At the top of the trend!

The star, Christmas star

H&M Home Giant or tiny, perfectly geometric or completely abstract, the Christmas star will naturally find its place in our holiday decor.

Christmas balls on our tables

Garnier Thiebaut The theme of our Christmas tables is declined this year from the angle of light. Around a chandelier with a thousand and one facets, candles and balls reveal their radiance on this enchanting table with very traditional red and green tones.


Maisons du monde Peas are also welcome in a Christmas decor. On our tablecloths, our cushions or on our tableware, this elegant, soft and graphic pattern reminds us of falling snow and flakes.

The snowflake on the plate

Lekué The snowflake is one of the classic Christmas motifs. Turned into a stylized cookie cutter, it will dress up your festive cupcakes with elegance and bring a festive mood to your table. To adopt urgently!

The essential holly motif

Paragraph If holly traditionally dresses our doors and our festive tables, we will also like to find it as a graphic print on our fir ornaments or on our Christmas accessories. Christmas spirit guaranteed!

Santa's elves

Houses of the world Often forgotten about Christmas decorations, the little hands of Santa Claus will find their Christmas letter diverted in facetious pattern.