With the festive season in full swing, there's a wonderful opportunity to embrace the beauty of natural foraged and found objects in your Christmas styling. These authentic pieces not only add texture and interest to your decorating but also contribute to an earthy and organic feeling in your home. Each piece gathered from nature also tells a story, adding a personal touch and layers of meaning to your festive styling.
Aside from aesthetics, there’s a compelling reason to redefine Christmas decorating by stepping away from the traditional tinsel for a more organic and sustainable approach. Think beyond the typical synthetic materials, and consider the positive impact of creating something truly unique with objects that have already fallen from trees or washed up from the ocean. This sustainable approach not only reduces waste but also allows you to connect with the natural world, fostering a deeper appreciation for the environment.
For this journal post, we turned to Australian stylist and photographer Jason Grant - known for his love of using foraged and found natural objects - for Christmas styling inspiration. From driftwood and dried palm leaves to delicate twigs and native foliage, discover how Jason has used these humble elements to bring warmth, authenticity, and a touch of natural beauty to your celebrations.
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