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10 Favorites: Scandi-Inspired Ornaments, 2015 Edition

December 06, 2015 12:00 PM

BY Justine Hand

Natural materials in simple, contemporary forms: Here are this year’s favorite Scandinavian-inspired trimmings for your tree.

Above: Hand-cut by Ingrid Shwaiko, these simple Swedish Dala Horse silhouettes are so lightweight they dance in the air; $25 for a set of 5.

Above: Hruskaa’s Set of Three Finnish Himmeli are hand strung in either black or brass; 48.

Above: MakeATX’s Winter Flower Ornaments are laser cut from Baltic birch; at Brit & Co. $6 each.

Above: New from Danish design firm Ferm Living, these simple, white Porcelain Ornament Circles feature geometric shapes in sparkling gold; €8 ($8.71). Also available at The Modern Shop; $24 CAD.

Above: Ring in the season with forged Brass Christmas Bells on a jolly red string. By Ironaworks; $22

Above: Classic European buildings miniaturized for the holidays. By Poast in Norway these European Architecture Ornaments are fashioned from white porcelain. Individual ornaments range from $13 to $26. Or $170 for a Set of 10.

Above: Quite Alright’s Balsam Fir Sachet Tree Ornaments are hand sewn using recycled materials; $27 for a set of three.

Above: A graceful white Porcelain Antler Ornament for your tree, from Terrain; $12.

Above: Snug Studio’s Typostar Pendants are handmade from birch plywood; $10.80 for a set of three.

Above: Rustic, old-world charm, Pilosale’s Sewn Paper Tree is made from vintage books; $3.

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