Why Choose the Christmas Design Dinner Set?
This year - with the help of our lovely mix-and-match Christmas tableware set - you can decorate your table in many different but equally gorgeous ways. Get in the holiday spirit with Christmas reds and glamorous golds. Tap into the trend with shimmering blue tones. Or create a more subtle look with softer dark greens and creams, perhaps with just a few glowing golds.
Whether you like a particular look or want every single piece to be a very satisfying, "Wow!" When your guests arrive at the table, or if you just need a few pieces to decorate your existing tableware, there are plenty of ways to make your Christmas dinner feel a little more special.
And, of course, there's nothing stopping you from choosing what you like - a few snow sprinkled bowls here, some gold-rimmed glasses there - and creating a look that's entirely your own.
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Get the look: red and gold
They really are the classic colors of Christmas, and any table will look perfect for the holiday season dressed up in cheerful red and sparkling gold. A simple red tablecloth sets the tone, and then it's up to you how you decorate it. Accent pieces are the key here.
Get the look: green and gold
For a more understated look, try layering green, gold and white and mixing and matching with our exclusive Christmas tableware collection. A sprinkling of snowflakes and pine branches, accented with flecks of gold, adds a lovely seasonal touch without being too festive. And there's a full range to discover, so you can mix and match the pieces you want, from formal Christmas tableware like dinner and side plates, to more casual snack bowls and mugs.
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How to create your look?
1 Start with the tabletop
Once you've chosen your theme, start designing them from the bottom up. Each table setting starts with the table itself, and the easiest way to decorate is to use a simple, plain tablecloth in the color of your chosen look, whether it's a festive red, a midnight blue or a crisp white that really makes your tableware shine. A contrasting runner will really start to set the stage for what matters most.
Most importantly, use contrasting or complementary colors for placemats and coasters to add extra color, and decide if you want all of these to be the same, or if mixing colors works best for your scheme-for example, combining green with gold coasters for a more balanced look.
3 Dinner is served
Then it's the turn of the tableware itself. There's no need to splurge on a brand new dinner service for Christmas - even the most rustic white crockery doesn't need much to elevate its everydayness. Once everything is laid out and layered, a few accent pieces will add instant glamour and color, and remember, even at Christmas, sometimes less is more! While you're choosing these, it's also a good time to think about napkins and whether you want plain tableware so that your dinnerware is the star of the show, or something more upscale.
If you want something a little more casual, we've got some fun kids' Christmas plates for little fans of Santa and polar bears - because they'll love having their own, and you probably don't want them to ruin yours!
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