Can you believe it’s only two weeks until Christmas!? In the mad rush to get everything prepared for the festive celebrations, one thing not to forget is a stylish and festive table setting. Usually overlooked, a well thought out table setting will not only boost your guests Christmas spirit but will be sure to impress. With so many options to choose from, our Marketing and Communications Coordinator Kristy, has put together some ideas and inspiration to help you choose the perfect one for you!
Christmas is a joyful time and what screams fun more than colour! But don’t over do it. Keep it simple with a white table cloth and build it up from there. Try three to four colours to avoid too many colour clashes. We love the use of the pinks, turquoise, gold and festive greens, like the below.
SOURCE: 100 LAYER CAKE
Don’t change something that works, right? You can never go wrong with using green and red to decorate your home at Christmas time! Try using tartan as a table runner and deep greenery in the middle paired with pops of gold or brass to give it add a little bit of elegance.
SOURCE: TLC INTERIORS, INSPIRED BY CHARM, LOOM BRAND
Less is always more. Keep it simple this festive season and use a neutral colour theme. A Scandinavian style setting creates a relaxed vibe for your guests. Use natural timbers paired with whites and greys as well as some greenery to make it a little more festive!
SOURCE: LOOM BRAND, JENNI KANE , HOMEY OH MY
LUXE & ELEGANT
Moody and contemporary this one would be perfect for a Christmas dinner party! Use deep blues, blacks, greens and pops of metallic highlights to create a luxe and elegant setting.
SOURCE: THE FRENCH TANGERINE, AMANDA, SARAH SHERMAN SAMUEL
KRISTY REYNOLDS – MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
07 3202 3040
Driven and determined, Kristy brings a breath of fresh air and new ideas to the team at iThink Property. With a degree in communications specialising in marketing, public relations and social media, Kristy is bursting with innovation and is armed with an enviable design and creative flair.