Published on : Monday, December 24, 2018
“Christmas night is almost there, and you’re probably going to invite your family or friends to the Christmas dinner, so why not getting some Christmas tablescape inspiration? Sound good right? Join us now and find some amazing and unique ideas. “ – Bar Stools.
According to Bar Stools, “One of our favorite things about the holidays is gathering friends and family around a dining table and serving up a delicious homecooked meal. And of course, dressing up the table all nice and festive.
The first option of how to bring your Christmas dining room decor to your dining table is about mixing the goldish color of the cutlery with the green branches, which will give an amazing contrast and create a simple and clean look but at the same time super fancy. On this one, the objective is to bring some pine branches and pine cone to your table. The pine tree has always been a Christmas symbol, and it can be used as decor in various ways. Did you notice the cup bases? Looks amazing right? We think exactly the same!!
What about candles? Well, it is a small detail indeed but it’s also kind of a game changer. Since nowadays there are so many different candle holders, in different shapes and sizes, you can play with it in various ways, and this is why it’s really important to choose it wisely. Another great example of how gold has a great contrast with the green and brown decor of this festive holiday. But in this example, we would like to ask your attention to other small detail, which gives always a bit of warmth to everything, and that detail is the greenery, a chestnut, and a little Merry Christmas card in the top of each plate.
And of course, we couldn’t forget about the red color! Christmas ain’t Christmas if you don’t add a bit of red, and if there are no Santa hats than you can always add the color to your dining table. Depends on you of how much red you want to have. In this example, it’s really soft the addition, with the small berries and those strips, which fit perfectly with all the rest of the decor.”