For a dramatic effect, hang decorations above the Christmas table.
You can be as creative as you like, You can hang anything, from over-
sized baubles to painted branches decorated with fairy lights.
Edible table decoration made from gingerbread will always make a
Christmas table homely and inviting, and the kids love them! This
gingerbread Christmas tree is so sweet, and even better, easy to
I love this idea of attaching wings to the back of the chairs, and it
looks so good with a crisp ‘white Christmas’ theme. You can find
angel wings in costume sections at toy stores, department stores
Classic red and green styling, starring red baubles and fresh lush green sprigs.
Looks fantastic with the white and silver decor so the two colours stand out.
This setting is so chic and elegant, perfect Christmas table for the minimalist.
More bauble fun, this time, in metallics, combined with coloured glassware
and highly polished decor adding glamour to the Christmas table.
Cute and Country, a simple table runner beautiful dinnerware and a napkin fashioned
into a red bow, you can’t go wrong with this simple yet elegant look. If you love this look,
you have to head over to Style me pretty for some more sugar coated styling.
Natural and earthy Christmas table styling is all about combining the
elements and natural decorations. Combine fresh sprigs with pine cones
and candles with metal and glass. For more images of this style visit Stylizmo
Another natural Christmas table setting with a clever twist featuring mini Christmas
trees with home made place tags. DIY instructions to make these mini trees at BH&G
I love this super casual look, perfect Christmas table styling for an Australian beach house.
Hope you all have the most Merry-est Christmas, and if I don’t manage to get a post in before the year is out ( because it’s the silly season ) -
Have Happy New Year!