Red is back! But a nice red, please, like this Christmas table decoration in bordeaux and rosé.
Take a seat, we’ve already set up. The small Christmas tree shows you where you are sitting because your name is engraved. It looks cozy, doesn’t it?
Little trick: I cut the napkins out of a table runner. Simply cut straight with the scissors and the look will get the necessary twist!
Cozy yet modern: Bordeaux and rosé
Red and green are probably the Christmas colors par excellence. And reason enough for me to avoid this combination and completely paint red from the decoration for years.
Aaaaber: tastes change and so do colors. Since red no longer has to be fire engine red, but also means bordeaux, rosé, blackberry or terra, I’m back at the start.
Now take a look at this: wood with Bordeaux, rosé and a little green from firs works wonderfully! Wonderfully cozy, isn’t it?
Must-have on every table: candles!
The fact that candles create atmosphere is nothing new. What is new, however, is that mixing is allowed! Taper candles and pillar candles in the same color are combined on the table. The different heights provide variety and loosen everything up a bit.
We laser the labeled candle plates individually for you in our studio! A nice eye-catcher and a nice gift too.
You can find all candle holders and plates here: Candlesticks.
I placed individual pine branches between the stick and pillar candles. The table decoration is complete with a few individual Christmas tree balls and the magnificent paper ornaments.
Special surprises for the guests
Presents don’t just belong under the Christmas tree, they also put a smile on the lips of your guests at the table.
The wooden Christmas tree with an engraved name serves as a place card and welcomes the guest.
Alternatively, a few home-baked cookies or even a storage jar with an individual engraving will surprise you.
By the way: You can also find over 4,000 creative Christmas ideas on our Pinterest board for Christmas!