November 29, 2019 3 min read

Last time on the blog we talked about how to apply this year’s home decor trends in decorating your home for Christmas. But this time we are focusing solely on table decor. Long family dinners and get-together with friends over a celebratory meal is something that brings so much joy during this holiday season. And we want to make it more special by taking the time to decorate and dress our tables. So here are few beautiful ideas that we hope will inspire you.

 

WHITE CHRISTMAS

White is a true classic that never gets old. Just think of it - sometimes all it takes is a crisp white tablecloth to create a celebratory mood without any additional effort. But we encourage you to go further and create that white Christmas table that will resemble true snow covered winter. First of all, go for all white table linen. And as linen has its natural and beautiful tendency to wrinkle, try keeping it that way. If linen is too wrinkly, spray it with water instead of ironing it. Water will make the linen more even and you can brush bigger wrinkles with your palm.

Next, opt white and clear glass tableware and accessories. If you feel that the table setting is all too white, don’t be afraid to mix in some accents in natural colours, e.g. evergreen plants, metallic or black candle holders.

In photo: White Linen Tablecloth + White Linen Napkins with Fringes + White Linen Table Runner with Fringes

 

By the way, if you have a cake planned for Christmas dinner, let it be white!

 

EARTHY TONES

If you would like to bring warmth and coziness to your Christmas table, try going for calm and warm earthy tones. Different shades from light beige and blush to darker nude and baked clay go well together, so you can easily style them by mixing and matching different colours. When choosing table linen, try mixing white with earthy tones to create a bright and soft mood. Stay with ceramic tableware to keep it down to earth or add metallic accessories to make the table look more luxurious. Golden and brass accents will look fantastic. One rule here - stick with only one colour for all metallic accessories.

In photo:White Linen Tablecloth

 

HUMBLE TABLE

As much as the Christmas season is usually painted in bright colours and over-decorated with sparkling ornaments, we sometimes like to turn to a simple, natural, minimalist approach. If you feel that this year you want to bring the focus back to simplicity, go for muted table linencolours, natural materials, handmade pieces like handmade tableware. You can choose natural evergreen plants or even beautiful red apples and unshelled nuts as a decoration, placing them in beautiful bowls or scattering them over the table.

In photo: Natural Linen Tablecloth + Dark Grey Linen Napkins

 

GO GREEN

Create an unusual Christmas table by going all (or almost all) green. Mix and match table linen of green shades, e.g. light green linen tablecloth and dark green linen napkins. And don’t stop there - decorate your table with evergreen plants. For a more modern look, use freshly cut bouquets of green flowers or leafy branches. If you are feeling cheeky, use palm leaves and exotic plants on your table. It will add a really unexpected twist and will surely surprise your guests!

Find much more linen tableclothsfor your Christmas table on our page.

 

We think You might like these...



Also in Blog

hemp bedding
HEMP BEDDING – YOUR NEW SUSTAINABLE CHOICE FOR THE BEDROOM

May 16, 2022 5 min read

Organic hemp bedding is a truly wonderful choice if you want to have a cozy atmosphere in your bedroom and enjoy a good night’s sleep. The best thing about hemp bedding is that it is sustainable, friendly to you, and friendly to the environment. ► Read now
linen bed sheets
ONCE AND FOR ALL: LINEN BED SHEETS VS. COTTON SHEETS

April 13, 2022 4 min read

Never-ending debates on natural bedding fabrics – linen and cotton. Essential factors to help you decide which one can be the perfect choice for you.

Linen Tales closet
WELCOME TO OUR NEW LINEN TALES CLOSET

April 07, 2022 4 min read

Introducing our new linen clothing collection. A modern take on classic elegance with a touch of sustainability and comfort for you to enjoy. ► Read now

English