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Tips to decorate your Christmas table with style and without spending too much

Posted by KHADI on December 18, 2020
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This year Christmas is going to be different: surely there will be no big celebrations and you will be a few at the table, respecting what the health authorities dictate in each autonomous community. But you want to live these holidays with some enthusiasm and hope, although not throwing the house out the window because the economy has also suffered from the covid-19 pandemic.

We are going to give you a hand with several tips on how to decorate your table without causing your pocket to suffer excessively. Apart from taking into account the number of guests at the table and maintaining a safety distance, which forces the seats to be separated more, one of the safe bets when decorating the table is sustainability: avoid the elements to use and throw and plastic. Instead, go for natural materials: linen and cotton tablecloths, grandma’s cutlery (yes, it’s time to take it out of the drawer and treat yourself. Also, why not combine it with designer plates?).

And, to decorate the table, better than tinsel and plastic balls, beeswax candles (odorless, it would camouflage the aromas of the food) and ornaments such as pinecones or holly, for example.

Regarding the type of decoration, Billionhands, the community that connects users with brands to find products at competitive prices, proposes four decoration trends:

Natural table: the protagonists of this table are wood, fired ceramics, cotton or linen in textiles. The wooden boards that you have at home can serve as support. For under the candles, wool coasters, for example. And for Christmas arrangements, you can mix cinnamon sticks with eucalyptus and cotton stalks. To mark where each person sits, write the guest’s name on craft paper and tie a string to a dried pineapple. Simple and pretty.

Classic Christmas: If you like classic decor more, go for a classic red cotton tablecloth. Set up the table combining red with gold: the napkins can be deep red and the cutlery, gold. As for the decoration, sprigs of holly or mistletoe to preside over the table will give it the last classic touch.

Classic Christmas: If you like classic decor more, go for a classic red cotton tablecloth. Set up the table combining red with gold: the napkins can be deep red and the cutlery, gold. As for the decoration, sprigs of holly or mistletoe to preside over the table will give it the last classic touch.

Christmas pop: you’re the opposite of classic, so this is your bet for the table. One-color tablecloth, remember, always in stain-resistant fabrics. Remind each diner where to sit with an individual colored trivet. Different plates, whimsical shapes and colored stoneware glasses.

The above are cool ideas, but if you live in Madrid, we are going to give you another one. You may not want to spend a lot on the decoration of the Christmas table, but you would like to find a couple of elements that give it a special touch and that will leave the guests speechless. In that case, you should go to the Maison Française Arts de la Table Christmas Sale (c / Barquillo 22, 2 left).

There, two architects in love with tables as God intended, travel every year to the Loire Valley, in France, to bring treasures that they put on sale to the public every weekend in December. During the weekend, his studio becomes a kind of chic trail: Christofle cutlery, Art Deco vases, Limoges porcelain… It’s a matter of searching: there are vases from 30 euros; cut crystal glasses from 30, loose coffee cups, complete tableware … The paradise of elegance where you will surely find that last detail that your Christmas table needs.

Source : Idealista

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