6 Christmas decoration ideas from Hong Kong designers - JS WINDOW

JS x Designers Christmas Collaborative Campaign

Christmas – at home – by window – with family

JS invited a list of designers to share Christmas posts with Christmas styling tips on their social media pages to cheer the public.

Although the severe pandemic environment kills the party plans, we should not allow it to ruin our mood. It’s a season for friends and families to get together. Technology makes our e-gathering possible. Style our window to make the e-gathering backdrop less “Indoor” and more “Christmassy”. 

Christmas styling tips from our designer friends

Many of us will be celebrating the holiday season from home this year. Celebrate the festive season with some of our favourite objects and art that work beautifully with creative windows! 🎄

“Delicate installation of sculptural objects at window thresholds can bring the outside in, and the inside out.”

Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro

“Windows are a creative canvas for humanisation, especially for creating a festive atmosphere.” 

Loréne Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro

by Bean Buro

 

1. RB M02, 2016 – Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
2. On the Rock glasses, Lee Broom
3. Bird Silo feeder, terracotta – Pidät
4. The Nordic Baking Book – Phaidon
5. Reindeer bookend, gold-tone – Zuny
6. Chalet Terrace project – Bean Buro
7. POV Circle vase, L, brass – Note Design Studio
8. Mount Pavilia project – Bean Buro
9. W&S Chubby case, olive green – HAY
10. Nappula candleholder 107mm, powder – Iittala
11. Nappula candleholder 183mm, powder – Iittala
12. 90° Minuto foosball table – Teckell
13. Cone Christmas tree decoration 50cm – Paper Dreams
14. Cone Christmas tree decoration 75cm – Paper Dreams
15. W&S Chamber vase, light beige – HAY

 

Bean Buro favourite festive objects

 

We wish you a golden Christmas!
Christmas waves a magic wand over this world and behold.
🐶: Christmas tree, window view, or me?

Styling tips – causally drop a throw or cushion to warm the room.

by Starz Pasha Ltd.

 

 

“Causally drop a throw or cushion to warm the room.”

 

Suggested by Starz Pasha

 

 

Like every Christmas, Christmas is the best time of the year!

Even with the recent trend of working-from-home or prohibition of group gatherings, we could still celebrate with our dearest ones at home. For those who might not be entertaining with the usual Christmas tree, it might be equally refreshing to replace the scent of pine and berries with a window display of daily objects of desire readily available at home. We could appreciate these small engineered inventions or beautiful ornaments that make our day a little bit easier and happier in a totally different way, by simply sticking them on to the living room window, arranging them in a staggered form of a Christmas tree!

We hope everyone could stay warm & healthy this Christmas!

by MONOTYPE Studio

 

“We could appreciate these small engineered inventions or beautiful ornaments that make our day a little bit easier and happier in a totally different way, by simply sticking them on to the living room window, arranging them in a staggered form of a Christmas tree!”

 

Suggested by MONOTYPE Studio

 

To add that personal touch without stepping outside, try adding childhood memorabilia to your palette. It’s a fun and sustainable way to bring out favorite pastimes over Christmas gatherings.

Merry Christmas from OFGA

by OFGA

 

 

“To add that personal touch without stepping outside, try adding childhood memorabilia to your palette.”

 

Suggested by OFGA

 

 

“No matter how exquisite of the ornaments closed on hand, don’t forget the beautiful scenery outside the window”

Ken Fung, founder of APAC

by APAC Workshop Ltd

 

“No matter how exquisite of the ornaments closed on hand, don’t forget the beautiful scenery outside the window”

 

Ken Fung, founder of APAC

 

It has been a long tough year, full of ups & downs. Most of us had to stay at home and prayed every day. It’s Christmas time and when we are looking out the window, enjoying the fascinating Christmas lights, we realize that “Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.”

Here’s wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Healthy Happy New Year!

by PI Concept

 

“Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.”

just like a window

 

PI Concept