Design your Christmas Dining Table
Christmas, a time to celebrate and spend time with your loved ones. Christmas dinner, for many, is the highlight of Christmas day and as Interior Designers we think that your dinner table should look the part.
We at Interiors at 58 wanted to share with you some of our favourite things. There is still time to be inspired and create your own spectacular table.
Start with a centrepiece on your table; a focal point. We love this Pinecone Candle Holder from Marquis and Dawe. The light of the candle flame creates a warm, cosy glow and the frosted finish ensure that there is a wintery decorative touch.
Alternatively, a snow globe makes a great centrepiece, adding a touch of class. This globe from We R Christmas features a white reindeer in a forest; shake it for a magical scene.
A table runner gives a great start for your Christmas dining table. With the runner laid, you can keep the decorations simple, or layer them to create a more complex design.
These foliage sprays from Sarah Raven add a pop of fresh greenery. Display they them in a vase to great effect.
You can avoid any seating arguments by using place names on your table. These lovely snow globe Christmas place cards, from Ginger Ray, are a little bit of festive fun for the day.
To finish the table, scatter these stars, from the White Company, around. The silver sparkle adds some glitter and Christmas magic. You don’t just need to consign them to the table, why not try using them to accessorise your mantlepiece or windowsill. And, of course, remember the Christmas crackers too. These beautiful Angel Christmas crackers from Selfridges will wow your diners.
Your table is all set, but why make your guests wait until dinner to get into the festive spirit? Use a scented candle to fill your home with Christmas magic, like this one from Jo Malone, with the seasonal combination of pine and eucalyptus.
We at Interiors at 58 would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas, and a happy New Year.
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