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Cozy family chalet experiences magic of Christmas in The Netherlands

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For this cozy family chalet in the Netherlands, with large windows and warm décor, everything has taken on a festive air thanks to the decorations that embellish the living spaces. Here, a stylist and her husband and their four young children have decorated their house for Christmas. This home was actively built together with their neighbors thirteen years ago. They were involved in the whole process, from the floors to the walls, doors, and windows. 

The family loves to decorate their house with a Christmas atmosphere, but the decorations, the tree, the gifts must be subtle and discreet. For their family tradition, on Christmas morning, after church, their friends and family gather here and it is the decorations that make the house warm and cozy. The holiday decor features a palette in white, black, and gold.

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Inside this home, you can also see a decoration based on the eclectic mix of styles, which have created relaxing environments. The owner is inspired by decoration magazines and Instagram. She likes to make modifications to the decoration on a regular basis. She also loves shopping at flea markets and thrift stores and surfing the Internet for bargains and unique items.

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Above: In the living room, the retro aesthetic fireplace reflects the building style of the 1930s, as desired by the owners. In the winter, the family burns a couple of logs every night. They updated the old fireplace with a concrete look finish. At Christmas, they decorate it with a large star.

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Above: The sofa, white table, and sideboard, from Ikea. The Berber carpet is a replica, something more budget-friendly for a family with four children.

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Above: The windows complete the Christmas scene in the living room with maxi deco details and minimal trees.

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Above: The window decoration features hanging paper stars and an old lantern.

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Above: This spacious hallway is adorned with a large Christmas tree decorated with ornaments.

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Above: The dining room furniture and candle holders were acquired in antique markets. The black door and checkerboard flooring lend a stately and vintage feel to this family home.

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What We Love: This cozy family chalet features beautiful touches of Christmas throughout its living spaces to give a wintry touch. Flea market finds and antiques give this home an authentic touch. We are especially loving the outdoor terrace, a magical spot to gather with family in this joyous holiday season.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall Christmas decorations of this family home? What are your family traditions for Christmas? Please share with us in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fabulous Christmas home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign: Fresh and natural Christmas decor for a home in Arkansas and An old farmhouse in Spain that is inspired by Christmas traditions.

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Above: In the kitchen, dishes are arranged on open shelves. A charming idea from the owner that fits well with the farmhouse aesthetic of the kitchen, marked by key elements such as slatted doors, traditional white tile, and a large ceramic sink.

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Above: The kitchen cabinetry and shelves are from Ikea, but a fresh coat of paint was applied over them that harmonizes better with the tiling and flooring.

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Above: The master bedroom of this cozy family chalet is located in the attic. A large window floods the room with natural light. The canopy creates an intimate atmosphere.

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Above: On the wall, the suspended sideboard is from Ikea.

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Above: This mirror triptych dressing table is from the 1920s, found on the Internet.

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Above: In the bathroom, an antique colonial walnut sideboard stands out.

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Above: The bedroom of one of the girls is filled with joy and life, featuring a floral wallpaper and a multi-colored Berber rug.

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Above: In the nursery is a Sleepi Crib by Stokke. A similar vintage ride-on toy car is sold on Amazon, by Vilac.

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Above: A desk and office chair for a children’s bedroom, from Ikea.

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Above: A forest of trees and a reindeer, surrounded by white, evoke a snowy landscape. The bells, a symbol of joy for the arrival of Christmas, complete the look.

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Above: In the dining room, the white ornaments hanging from the suspended branch and the large black Christmas star stand out, in harmony with the decoration of the house. On the wall, a self-adhesive sheet from Kwantum gives the wall the appearance of a surface covered with marble.

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Photos: Mi Casa

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