Spirit of the forest, are you there? Yes, even more at Christmas. A clever mix between Scandinavian decoration and country style, the natural decoration takes over your New Year’s tables. A branch in the center, logs under the plates, pine cones scattered all over the table or even animal figurines… The forest takes back its rights, for our greatest pleasure. Play this green card without moderation. Real green moss on the table with eucalyptus branches in napkin holders. Don’t skimp on any detail! And to make everything perfect, take inspiration from our magical and poetic selection …
1. Amber Apple
Amber apples, at the center of the Christmas table, create a warm atmosphere thanks to their pleasant scent. They are very easy to make, so take advantage of the holidays to create them with the children.
2. Fir decoration
Fir and pine cone invite themselves to the middle of the table.
3. Cypress apple
Cypress apples invite themselves on the Christmas napkins to decorate them.
Choose your favorite branches to decorate the center of the Christmas table.
5. Log of wood
We love the logs that we use as a trivet.
6. DIY candle holder
Create DIY candle holders by sliding water into a glass bottle and a fir branch. Install a candle and you’re done!
7. Personalized candles
Personalize the candles on the Christmas table, slide dried flowers and fir branches around it.
8. Plant suspension
To play on originality, we suspend a plant wreath above the table.
9. Mini fir branches
On the plate, to decorate each napkin, place a mini tree branch.
10. Pine cone
On the Christmas table, pine cones are like fir branches: welcome!
11. Fir branches
For a minimalist Christmas table with 100% natural decor, prefer fir branches that dress the wood and enhance the dishes.
12. Fairy lights and flowers
On the table runner, we mix the light garland which illuminates the glasses, and the wildflowers which recall the natural decoration.
13. A cake in the theme
Respect the nature theme to the tips of your nails by offering your guests a delicious cake in Christmas colors.
14. Succulents at the center of the table
Easy to maintain, succulents do not leave thorns on the table. They are arranged in all colors and sizes along with the table.
15. A natural towel holder
The vegetal touch is everywhere, even in the smallest details. Like on this towel bar with dried berries and cinnamon.
16. A woody pendant light
Too bad we can’t have dinner outside on Christmas Eve … So bring nature home with this incredible pendant made of wooden branches and Christmas balls.
17. A frozen candle holder
Freezing nature for a moment is possible thanks to frozen candle holders. We can’t wait to bring them out to the table!
18. A centerpiece with cucurbits
Cucurbits are still in the spotlight at the end of the year. Looking at their curves and their colors on the table, you could almost eat them!
19. A wooden tree
By dint of collecting driftwood on the beach, you don’t know what to do with it. Assemble them into a pretty wooden tree!
20. Colorful flowers
When we talk about natural decor, we immediately think of green. But there’s also a whole bunch of colorful flowers, fruits, and vegetables to brighten up the table.
21. A vegetable suspension
We love nature so much that we would like to hang it from the ceiling. Take the test, you will not be disappointed with the result.
22. Logs under the plate
No need to look any further to find a bribe, go for the wooden log. Guaranteed success!
23. Dried leaves
Don’t be demoralized to see the leaves fall. Collect them to dispatcher them in pretty jars with a light garland.
24. Forest animals
Forest animals invade the table to the delight of young and old. We love the DIY Christmas ball version.
25. Mini trees
To reproduce an entire forest of fir trees, take a small wooden log and a tree branch. Clever, isn’t it?