5 Christmas Table Decorations To Inspire

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Christmas is the season to sit down with long-lost family members you haven't seen for the year and pretend to be civilised for an hour when really all you want to do is to show off your fancy table decorations. We have covered everything from festive features right down to minimal elegance. So get your notepad and pen ready and take some notes to INSPIRE you this festive season. We even have guidance steps for table arrangements.

 

1. For all you animal lovers Christmas is the perfect season to seize the opportunity. Natural hues of brown and beige mixed with Rudolph's family either glitter covered in gold or copper or why not give it a contemporary twist and paint Rudolph white. 

 

  

2. If you more of a traditional Christmas lover why not make your centrepiece the main focus of attention. Remember not to overdo it, simple candy canes with an infusion of red and white always works a treat.

 

 

3. Nowadays a lot of people have clean crisp minimal interiors and are at a lost of how to make it Christmassy why not go for an elegant detailed setting. Fresh flower arrangements, with beautiful and detailed table wear. 

  

  

4. Rustic elegance, what we like to call it at Copper Dust is a mixture between natural and refined delicate detail. Think foliage and winter leave's unexpected centrepieces filled with woodland leaves. Twine and linen is a great natural resource to emulate the sense of fresh crisp festive cheer.

 

 

5. For the grand finally Decadence. If your style is more luxury and sumptuous colours and arrangements, we have the perfect inspiration images, to give your space the wow factor and have your guest's reeling. We are keeping it traditional and using red as the theme colour running throughout the arrangement to give that full-bodied elegance.

 

 

 

For more inspiration head over to our Pinterest page, Copper Dust.
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