Christmas table in 3 versions - DIY or do it yourself
Today I felt a great desire to bring a festive mood into my home. I did not want to wait for Christmas shopping, so I decided to use… Christmas balls that each of us has at home to make Christmas decorations.
I liked the preparation of Christmas decorations so much that I couldn't decide which effect I liked the most, so I decided to prepare for you 3 views of the festive Christmas table.
What have I used? Christmas balls, candles and candlesticks. Here's what I managed to conjure up:
I put a silver, white and 4 gold bomb into a glass candle holder, and several cones to hang on the Christmas tree. I put stars on a plate and tablecloth, which are also a Christmas tree decoration. I wrapped the napkins and put them in silver napkins, I placed two candlesticks with candles.
On a silver tray I set up a composition of candles, and completed the whole with baubles and decorative cones.
This time, I hung baubles at various heights on a multi-armed candle holder.
A few years ago I made a wreath of baubles myself, which ideally suited the climate.
A I filled our lanterns with silver and gold beadsthat hang on our Christmas tree every year:
A winter, frosty, modern version of the festive table may not appeal to you if you associate Christmas with a warm red color, but I'm sure that red Christmas tree decorations will allow you to create an equally wonderful composition.
Do you already have an idea for decorations for the festive table? You can boast because you can add photos in the comments here on the blog - did you know?
Also tell me which version of my holiday table do you like the most?
silver candlesticks, glass lantern IKEA
Silver tray | H&M Home
Silver multi-armed candle holder TK Maxx
napkin holders IKEA, unfortunately no longer available
reindeer figurines Auchan