The Christmas decor doesn’t just go through the tree, the fireplace, and the windows. The dining table is also entitled to a festive touch. Napkins, table runners, flowers, vases, plates … follow the guide to bring a touch of magic to your table. We, therefore, hasten to decorate our table in Christmas colors. Here are 18 trends to discover.
1. Natural materials
Decorate your Christmas table with natural materials and soft colors, such as linen, wood, rattan …
But you can also take another turn and bet on the exotic to travel without leaving your table!
3. Sober and chic
We validate this sober and chic decoration for Christmas!
4. Table’s center
A beautiful pine branch can decorate your table in the blink of an eye.
Exit the traditional red, make way for carmine, brick, or even terracotta to enhance your Christmas table!
6. Vintage touches
You can use a few touches of vintage, with a few objects found in flea markets.
7. 100% black
We dare the 100% black look enhanced by small touches of green for a chic and elegant look.
8. Black and gold
Black, gold, and green are three colors we are betting on this year!
Fan of Scandinavian decor? This holiday table should please you!
We like the combination of white, blue but also copper on this original table!
If you like the chalet and cocooning atmosphere, bet on the large black and white tiles!
We validate the association of gold, wood, and green for this super chic Christmas table!
We validate this decorative pendant light for a magical and friendly table.
14. Table runner
You too can reproduce at home this pretty table where terracotta is in the spotlight!
We love this pretty table: Gold, silver or even platinum will sparkle on your New Year’s table!
16. A light table
On New Year’s Eve, we don’t skimp on the candles. Everywhere on the table, candlesticks and XXL candles illuminate the decor and the meal.
17. A reclaimed Christmas
If you have some nice old plates and glasses, now is the time to take them out! For a 100% vintage Christmas, hunt for flower plates and real crystal glasses at a lower cost.
18. A traditional Christmas
A sure bet: the checkered tablecloth and Christmas red invite themselves to the New Year’s Eve table for a feast all in tradition.