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Christmas is around the corner and everyone is making plans to spend quality time with their friends and loved ones. This is the most magical time of the year and it tends to bring back happy memories of family gatherings and charming traditions.

Make Christmas extraordinary this year by decorating your table in style just like the professionals. By doing so you will not just create a festive ambience but it will also make the celebration more memorable. While the all-time favourite colours for Christmas are red, green, gold and silver, don’t be scared to try something new. Be creative with your table settings and set the holiday mood for your guests to enjoy the Christmas feast.

Ideas for the Christmas Table Decoration

Gold Elements Setting

Nothing says Christmas more than gold does. It creates a classy festive mood and announces the arrival of the Holy Spirit like no other thing. Gold looks great with almost everything, especially combined with white.

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Make sure that the colours are matching and make it special with some luxurious designer dinnerware sets and silverware whose ornaments go well together.

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The inspired table

White and silver are commonly used for Christmas concept decorations but you can always apply some touches of gold to make everything more attractive.

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inspired table setting

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Rustic setting

Create a rustic holiday feel without spending a lot of time and money. All you need to bring the rustic cosiness on your table is something traditional: red and green colours, pine cones, candles, cinnamon for decoration and napkin holders.  

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rustic table setting

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Black and White Christmas table

Celebrate with the most elegant and classic colour scheme that never goes out of style. A selection of black and white tableware looks stunning on its own, and even more sophisticated when combined with silver.

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black and white table setting

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White magic

If there is still no snow where you are, you can always have a white Christmas on your table.

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white magic table setting

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Rose Gold Christmas table

Give your table a modern look by simply adding a little rosy pink to your gold pieces. The subtle combination of pink and red gives the table a lighter and more elegant touch.
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rose gold table setting

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rose gold table setting

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Silver and gold Christmas table

Decorate your table with silver and gold accessories like metallic candles, ornament spire and classic crystal wine glasses. Christmas is one of those times when there can really be no such thing as too much bling.

silver and gold table setting

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silver and gold table setting

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The warm table

If you’re at a place where Christmas is warm and sunny, this is the perfect table setting for sitting out and enjoying the fresh air. The decorations are small and relaxed, with flowers and colours that reflect the warm atmosphere.

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warm table setting

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Cosy Christmas Table

The black and gold colour palette strikes a pleasing balance between the modern and the traditional.

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cosy table setting

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Christmas table with bold glassware

Mismatched glasses and plates give a more personalized feel to any space. Add unexpected colours to a formal dining room with small colourful plants and multicoloured glasses.

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Christmas table with Wiled Patterns

Be brave and mix strong prints, such as these blue and white plates, with colourful napkins and bold flowers.

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Christmas table with sparkling colours

Christmas tree ornaments shouldn’t be limited to just the tree – spread them around the table to create consistency of the theme that you’ve created in the house.

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sparkling colour table setting

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Christmas table with red florals

The most favoured colour choice for a festive table is always red. Combine rich reds and crisp whites with natural elements like pine cones, spruces and roses.

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Calming Neutrals

The main idea here is to keep the colours soft and calming. If you want to create a stronger impression use only two colours on the table.

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calm neutral table setting

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Vintage Christmas table

Decorate your table in a vintage style by using bold antique tableware or accessories. The scheme is basically monochromatic, but you can always add flowers, napkins and red candles as an accent.

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Colourful Ornaments

The holiday season is the perfect time to have fun with your decoration and break away from the traditional colours. Add earthy greenery with pretty coloured ornaments and twinkly lights.

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colourful ornament table setting

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Christmas table with warm wishes

Infuse a more cheerful spirit to your holiday table setting by adding pretty engraved plates with a sweet message.

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Winter wonderland

Turn your Christmas table into a winter wonderland by decorating it with a blue tablecloth, white plates and blue napkins, adorned with silver rings tucked into glasses.

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Dark and dramatic

Add a touch of elegance by selecting a dark and dramatic palette of colors. Black or dark grey tablecloth is the ideal backdrop, use black and white patterned plates and a soft grey charger plate for a contrasting tone.

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dark dramatic table setting

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dark dramatic table setting

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Table Scatters

Add festive and gentle touch to your table by cutting out stars and spreading them around your plate setting.

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Conclusion

When it comes to decorating the table for Christmas dinner, whichever way you choose to do it, the end result is bound to be something special if you put your feelings behind it. This is a guest post

20 Table Setting Ideas for the Perfect Christmas Dinner
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