3 Christmas Table Looks

A few weeks ago I attended the wonderful Stylist Live show in London and visited one of my favourite stores, Not On the High Street. I’ve held back on sharing this with you, but I think now’s the time to embrace all things Christmas and showcase my 3 Looks for your Christmas Table inspired by what I saw at the NOTHS stand.

Bold and Bright:

Adopt a bold and bright look for your Christmas table and enjoy a fun-filled table decor with all the family. A brussel sprout centrepiece is a genius idea!The first image was taken from the styled NOTHS table and I’ve searched their site for my top picks that will help you acheive this look on your Christmas table this year.

I’m a big fan of doing something different and am actually inspired to shake up my Scandi Christmas table to go for something more colourful.

Brussel Sprout Centrepiece || Marble Crackers  || Serving Board   || Flamingo Plate

 

Monochrome and Metallics:

Stylish, elegant and sophisticated, the monochrome and metallics look is ideal for a grown up Christmas table. Who doesn't want a set of Stag plates and personalised napkins on their festive table. Well this has to be super stylish doesn’t it. Oozing class and sophistication I don’t think you can go wrong with this table. Perfect for a late afternoon, grown up Christmas dinner.

Geo Xmas Tree  || Personalised napkin  || Stag Plate Set  || Candle holder

Copper Christmas Dining:

Copper Christmas dining for your festive table setting. All the ideas and inspiration you will need to create a special, on-trend Christmas table this year. And my final look for a Christmas table has to be one of the most popular, right? Who doesn’t love a bit of shiny copper in their homes now and this is a perfect way to bring that trend onto your dining table during the festivities.

Personalised table runner || Sparkly Jar  || Copper cutlery || Candle trees 

Do you have a favourite? Which style will you be going for on your Christmas table this year?

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