Do you remember my series on Favorite Vacation House Styles a couple of months ago? If you do, you may also remember the Danish house that I was completely smitten with that I included in the series. Well, I was delighted (yes, I said delighted!) to come across photos of the same house all decked out for Christmas.

SO. CUTE! I just love this house and I love Christmas so these photos made my day. Between this and yesterday’s post, I’ve probably totally stressed you out about Christmas. Sorry about that but I can’t help it – it’s my favorite holiday and the only one I really get into.

Speaking of yesterday’s post, thanks so much to all of you who voted/left comments! You are the best readers ever. If you haven’t had a chance yet, I’d be grateful if you’d head over to my Houzz Ideabook and leave a comment/vote. It can be short and sweet and you can win a $250 gift certificate to any online retailer of your choice just by leaving a comment. How nice would that be right about now?

Have a wonderful weekend, everybody. I’ll be blogging from Blackberry Farm next week so please join me then for a little country escape!

(Photos: 1-9.Lantliv 10.FTRB 11.Blackberry Farm)

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15 Comments

Heather in Arles

Oh, I loved this house too! Let’s buy it! :) I have to say that is one scrappy, Charlie Brown lookin’ Christmas tree though.

I have an email coming your way today but am wishing you already an awesome trip!! I know it will be!

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deborah Milne

Hard to not want to live like a Scandinavian. They truly live with great natural light & if there’s no abundance of it, they create it. I definitely commented for your Houzz post, glad to do so. Ally have a terrific weekend. Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Christmas is just around the bend..whoo hoo!!!

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Traveling Mama

Oh, this makes me so, so happy! This is one of the many reasons why I love living in Denmark so much. Danes have such a natural ease with design! Have a great weekend!

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Sweet Freak

I agree: love the sloping white ceilings and bare floors; the light and minimalism are so dreamy. This makes me want to go to Denmark to celebrate the holidays!

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