AN ELEGANT AND CLASSIC TABLE
We start with an elegant and classic table: sober colors, small details in the dishes that will bring life to your decor. Marble for a different and refined touch. There is an element of simplicity that contributes to the elegance of the table. What also pleases us about this type of decoration is that it can be reused at every great occasion. Add a cute centerpiece made of fir and eucalyptus and you will have a perfect table atmosphere for Christmas.
AN ELEGANT TABLE WITH A TOUCH OF GLAMOUR
Quite similar to the previous decor, the second proposal will be a little more contemporary and modern. It is also a little more festive. The gold color is perfect for creating a festive atmosphere at the table. Gold – as in interior decoration – is used sparingly. We will find it in the details: a border on the plates, a detail on the glasses, the napkin ring … Gold also has its place in the decoration of your table with the candle holders. Whether it’s Christmas or the New Year, this table decor offers the perfect touch of glamor to party
A TRADITIONAL TABLE DECORATION FOR CHRISTMAS
For this 3rd proposal, we switch to a singularly different decor that we all know: the Christmas decor. We are going to play with Christmas pictures, both on the colors and the patterns. It’s a decoration that can quickly get loaded but is in a heartwarming sense.
A SLOW TABLE FOR A RETURN TO BASICS EVEN / ESPECIALLY AT CHRISTMAS
The end of year celebrations is often synonymous with opulence. We buy a lot, we stress a lot, we spend a lot, we eat a lot, we sometimes drink a lot… Traditionally, there is nothing slow about Christmas and New Year’s meals. And yet, we find that the slow style corresponds well to this end of year period. (Especially since the turn of 2020 makes us want to move quickly to 2021 and maybe have better days!) Just like the 1st table decoration, a slow holiday table can be used throughout the year for large and small events. With a pretty tablecloth with a floral print, we will celebrate the winter solstice more than Christmas.