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Christmas table decoration volume #2
Inspiration for styling your christmas table
Christmas is coming, not more than a few days now! How will you style the Christmas table this year? Do you already know which crockery you're going to put on the table? And how do you make the Christmas table extra cosy?
We already gave you inspiration in Christmas table decoration volume #1, but we go even further to provide you with the best decoration ideas. This episode: Scandinavian, rural, and modern!
In general, we're pretty good at "cosiness" in the Netherlands. In the far North, however, they also know a thing or two! So it's no surprise that the Scandinavian interior style is completely hot and happening. A few solid pillars of the Scandinavian Christmas table:
- Preferably a natural oak table
- White, relatively basic crockery
- Black or silver minimalist cutlery
- White roses
- Minimalist glassware
- Marble trays
- Black details, think of small Christmas trees, ribbons, you name it
Apply these decoration tips and your Scandinavian party is ready to start!
At Table du Sud, you can compose your dining table all by yourself, but we have already helped Scandinavian enthusiasts along. In our range, you'll find the special "Scandinavian" series. These are all dining tables that perfectly fit in Scandinavian interiors; they're timeless, the tabletops are thinner and we have also designed matching Scandinavian frames.
Do you like a sleek design, without too much fuss? Then the modern style might be something for you. It can be applied to various tables with a tough or sleek touch. Think of our industrial dining tables orf Fenix models. Just like the table, the crockery and cutlery is sleek in design on modern Christmas tables. Combine this with a carpet with a contemporary colour and brightly coloured Christmas baubles and you can have dinner with the modern family!
Are cosy and nature words that best suit your interior? Then a rural Christmas table might be something for you! Just like a rural interior, the rural Christmas table is characterised by natural tones. Think of natural materials, such as wood and stone, but also of earth tones, such as brown and green. With a few fir twigs you add a touch of nature to the table and don't forget large wooden bell jars with beautiful candles! The dining tables with lived oak wood best suit this decoration style. These tables have beautiful cracks and knots, so you bring a real piece of nature into your home.
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