This is one high-concept look; think Miss Havisham hits up Petersham Nurseries and channel great Dickensian dining halls flickering in candlelight. All in the name of creating a feast that, quite frankly,will be fit for a queen.
These baubles are a real feast for the eyes.
Hang your tea lights high for a warm glow overhead.
Every extravagant dining space needsa chandelier – even if it’s mini.
Serve up festive drinks and nibbles in style.
A pile of baubles on a platter makes a perfect table centrepiece.
Strictly by royal appointment only.
Even napkins deserve a gold hit.
Approach this one with a strictly more-is-more mindset and fire up the celebrations with blooming florals and naive prints. A punchy, multicoloured palette is showcased in joyful illustrations, intricate embroideries and patchwork effects for Christmas witha carefree, cabinet-of-curiosities feel.
Create a mini folklore forest.
Wrap with beautiful recycled paper.
Finnish design for the table.
Smells as good as it looks.
Crackers with simple charm.
A stocking filler as easy as ABC.
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With just black and white in your Christmas decorating arsenal, you’ll need to be brave with pattern – clash polka dots with stripes, swirls with stars. It’s modern and bold and festive all at once. Happy holidays.
A set of candles that really burn their stripes.
Spot the super-chic crackers.
Hang out with these starsover the holidays.
Baubles need to be bold for this standout look.
Lace up your hiking boots and throw on a Puffa – this look is all about the forest floor, with woody tones and accents the colour of a glowing winter twilight. Think fallen foliage, rustic touches and soft huesthat sit between purple and pink.
Hung and dried – if they weren’t made of linen.
Add natural charm to gifts.
Stripes keep it smart.
A rustic flourish for the front door.
These decorations haven’t fallen far from the tree.
Raise a toast.
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