• Country style: Planning the table

    by  • 27/11/2013 • Country style • 1 Comment

    Its nice to create a tabletop for Christmas day that has impact, to make the day memorable rather than repeating what you did the year before. One way to do this is to mix and match china – a new accent plate, with a bold pattern, will really update your existing china and wine glasses and reduce the cost of investing from scratch. New placemats, napkins, candles, sparklers and fir cones will also add a new twist.

    Perhaps the most dramatic and festive of all the Christmas table styles is Ski Chalet Luxe, (shown here) a style that mixes traditional red and white with accent plates decorated with folk art patterns in black. A felt placemat completes the look. For more Christmas decorating ideas, using this dramatic colour scheme, see our December issue, out now!

    Place mat, Cargo Homeshop. Bottom dinner plate, Wine glass, Villeroy and Boch. Top plate, Wild and Wolf. Placemats (used as napkins), Linum. Bowl, T&G Woodware. Cutlery,  Lost and Found. Crackers, House of Fraser. Birch candle, Nordic House. Gold candles, Gisela Graham.

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    One Response to Country style: Planning the table

    1. 28/11/2013 at 9:46 pm

      That table look great! I am big lover of folk designs and I like mixing and matching different patterns which help to create stylish eclectic look.

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