I choose my Christmas table theme

I choose my Christmas table theme

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At D-38 of Christmas Eve, the field of possibilities is still wide. At the same time as the decoration of your tree, it is necessary to think of the other symbolic place of this celebration: the Christmas table! Whether you are a couple or in a large family, the decoration of your Christmas table cannot be left to chance and must be considered well in advance. By organizing yourself now, you will have all the time you need to equip yourself, choose the right colors, find the best products and even get started in house productions that will amaze your guests (yes, let's be crazy!).

Tip # 1: match your Christmas table to your decor style

The Christmas table is not a sacred institution whose codes are rigid. Each year we see the emergence of new trends and new styles for Christmas table decoration. In the end, there is something for everyone and that's good. If you are allergic to reindeer and goblins, there is plenty to inspire you with more modern and graphic shapes like snow crystals for example. Conversely, those who are nostalgic see the Christmas period as a way - not cheesy - to express their taste for traditions. Now it's up to you to choose your side and go find your style using the items below: * A Scandinavian chic Christmas Eve table * DIY: Table decor: Nordic table decor atmosphere * A table new year's eve

Tip # 2: seek inspiration

We are not all (alas) budding creators. Rather than attempting a risky staging, it is better to go and draw from those who have talent to spare. It is not a question of copying but only of being inspired to then recreate a world of your own. By choosing to use a Christmas table decoration already tried and approved by others, you save time and avoid missteps. It would still be a shame to buy Christmas decorations or tableware to realize on D-Day that the set does not hold water. Inspiration is the creed of smart people, use it in the following articles: * 30 Christmas tables to get inspired * Table decor: 10 ideas for the new year * 10 table centerpiece ideas for Christmas

Tip # 3: Stop on a color (or two)

The color of a table is the common thread of your decoration. To choose it, you have to rely on only one principle: no more than two colors! After that, it becomes shambles and we lose the guiding idea of ​​your table decoration. In the case of Christmas, some colors are obviously at the party. We think especially of red, white or gold but we do not forget that copper and brass made a remarkable entry this year. Admire the Christmas tables in the examples below, you will see that once the color has been chosen, the rest of the decor ideas will follow. * What are the colors of Christmas? * DIY: Table decoration: Red and white table decoration atmosphere * Table decoration: black & white atmosphere * DIY: Table decoration: Copper table decoration atmosphere


Tip # 4: No need to spend too much!

We do not forget that Christmas is above all a celebration and a time of sharing. If the pleasure of giving is an integral part of this celebration, it is not a question of ruining yourself (all the more since you still have to buy Christmas gifts). So how do you put your eyes full for your Christmas table without emptying your pockets? It's simple, just follow our advice. We found a lot of tips to spend less and especially better. And for the most DIY enthusiasts, don't hesitate to get your hands dirty by creating your own accessories: with DIY fashion, home-made has become a must! * A festive table decoration for (almost) zero euros * I make my party table decoration * How to decorate my Christmas table with recycled items? * I make my menu and my Christmas place cards


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