Living in a large house is always quite difficult to create a cozy, holiday atmosphere. Holiday decorations should not be scattered among the set of furniture and walls. Most designers have a single goal simplicity is the master of any architecture. In our case Hubert Zandberg is a South African interior designer based in London proves to us that the true master of his craft to revive the big house and make it a cozy area for a fabulous mood. “Vintage regality meets modernism, with a dash of anarchy” is how Zandberg describes his interior design style, and certainly you will love it as we did. Hubert Zandberg had a wide imagination, he was able gently make a fairy tale stealthily in every corner of the house, and Christmas items only reinforce his wonderful taste. Christmas decorations from candles to glass decorative items are not left accidentally on the table, gorgeous wreaths and mirror round shape – had been arranged to resonate with each other. Each detail is to attract the eye by the sophistic magnetism. As Christmas has a lot of details there is no over-saturation, all are in their places. Once you are done, get inspired to decorate for the holidays, have a look at some of our past articles to help get you started, Cozy Christmas and New Year from Laura Ashley and Holiday Styling Spotlight… Elkie Brown. Enjoy and happy holidays!