Christmas Table Decor Styles

The early morning wake-up call, the buzz of sheer excitement and the glorious smell of turkey roasting in the oven…Christmas Day truly is the most wonderful time of the year. To help enhance your magical Christmas, we’ve listed our favourite décor styles to dress your table for the perfectly stylish Christmas dinner…



christmas table decor glitz and glamour style

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Metallics and all things that glitter – is there anything more magical than a touch of sparkle? Transform your dinner table with a splash of glamour. Sequins and sparkles against the flicker of candlelight and twinkling fairy lights will add an element of the enchanted and really bring your table to life. Stay on trend with luxurious metallic accessories which you can use all year round. The combination of creamy hues with silver, white and gold will create a dreamy setting which will leave your guests in awe.



christmas table decor in shades of grey

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Be different and steer away from the usual cream table cloth, try experimenting with grey for a touch of sophistication. Pair with a mixture of silver and black accessories to enhance the sumptuous style. Choose white crockery with dark napkins to add a contrasting look. A festive green garland paired with tall candles will add the finishing touches to create a very stylish and Instagram-worthy Christmas dinner.



christmas table decor in rustic style

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The rustic trend is a time-honoured style which will never go out of fashion. We adore the homely, comforting feel that this look brings to a home. Combine wood finishes with luscious festive greenery and natural wood elements to create the look. Keep accessories neutral and add touches of gold with soft candlelight to enhance the welcoming feel. We adore these handmade napkin holders, lovingly made with twine and fresh tree cuttings. The simple yet effective idea will finish off your dinner table beautifully and transport your guests to a festive woodland scene.



christmas table decor in bold and beautiful colours

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If you love all things bold and beautiful, don’t stray away from creating your very own colourful Christmas wonderland. Go crazy with a montage of colour, we love the combination of blues, greens and pinks mixed with an array of contrasting pattern and prints. Don’t be afraid to test different colour schemes – the bolder, the better!



christmas table decor with plaid patterns

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Do you have a secret love of all things plaid? …We do! And with so many colourways available, you’ll be spoilt for choice this Christmas. Choose a traditional red and green colour scheme or be unique with a colourful alternative. We’ve fallen in love with this black and white pattern. The modern and bold look is incredibly stylish and fun. However, it still touches on the essence of a more traditional Christmas décor scheme through the addition of festive green garlands and splashes of ruby red. Finish the look with silver accessories to elevate the festive look.



christmas table decor with jewels

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Emeralds, sapphires and rubies – we’re in awe of these beautiful jewel colours. The rich tones of vibrant colour mixed with festive greens and lavish golds is truly stunning. We especially adore the combination of the deep sapphire blue hue paired with gold and splashes of metallic and festive greenery. Awaken the senses with fresh pine cones and luxuriously silk napkins…Have you seen a more beautiful display?



christmas table decor scandi style

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The Scandi style is still going strong and we can’t see it going anywhere anytime soon. To achieve a Scandi inspired Christmas, hold back on the accessories and keep your palette neutral with an array of whites and creamy hues. Touches of black and grey will add a contrasting look whilst staying on style with the minimalistic trend. For an eye-catching festive display, try experimenting with a combination of twigs, lights and baubles – we love the idea of suspending these from the lights/ceiling to create a very contemporary and clean décor statement.