When decorating for the holidays, it is important to focus on the setting of the table. After all, it is the peak gathering place for every traditional festive meal. Consider this holiday season to go to a Christmas theme. Rustic chic is a popular decoration option. There is also something about Christmas that can make us all feel a bit rural. Maybe it's the things from nature that we bring home, such as evergreen greens and holly, or seeing classic Christmas decorations. If you want to give your house a rustic and traditional holiday look, below you will find some ideas for making ideas for Christmas.
Traditional Christmas candies table setting
Nothing says traditional and rural classic sweets. The creative peppermint and gumdrop displays on the above photo provide a sweet, rustic atmosphere. They are also an immediate point of contact and conversation starter. These are also easy to make. Buy a styrofoam cone from a craft store, then glue the candy on the cone in whatever design you can think of.
There are other ways to use candy, is also a traditional setting for the holiday table. You can fill Mason pots with traditional holiday sweets, such as peppermint ribbon candies. Feel free to tap into your inner Willy Wonka and become creative.
A rustic look with natural textures
Another way to get a rustic look for your country The setting of the Christmas table is with natural textures. The picture above shows how many natural textures create a cozy, rural look. From the traditional cranberry strings to the evergreen on the table, this table has a wooden feel. The white candles offer a classic ambiance while reindeer antlers contribute to the festive cheer.
Natural textures such as twigs and greens contribute to the rustic, rural feeling along the mirror. The pom-poms hanging on the lamps also have a natural texture, reminiscent of fuzzy cattails or burs.
You can also opt for a slightly updated Christmas setting for Christmas. The bright lime green gives this table a contemporary look that just pops up. The green tones also combine well with clean white tones in the candles, dishes and white tree. A green and white Christmas color scheme is a nice twist on the traditional red, green and white color schemes in most decorations for decorating holidays.
This table still has rustic textures in the wood around the vases and the trees on the table. Small trees are a good way to add natural, rustic textures to the table. However, the minimalist texture of the green on the table still gives a grim, updated look. This is a great example of a rustic, chic table.
Plaid of the country
Nothing says classic and country like plaid. This kitchen table makes much use of the pattern in the table runners. Elements such as the traditional English party cracker and the small gift on the plate contribute to the pattern.
Other elements on the table also ensure that the whole institution is a wonderful country. The red pillar candles in the traditional Christmas cups are a nice feature. Twigs of green in the center of the table complete the classic Christmas look.
Green and red plaid also works well in different ways for a Christmas atmosphere in a rural setting. You could go for plaid napkins, checkered chair skirts or even subtle checkered accents on dishes.
An attenuated Christmas table setting
The photo above is an example of a very soft Christmas look. The green throughout the table gives this style a natural, traditional feeling.
If you look closely, you can also see that there are bird figures on the napkins and reindeer figures on the two post ends. These elements with animal theme on the table contribute to the natural rural feeling. Small tealights give a classic ambiance and accentuate the large pillar candles. It all goes well with the rustic dining room table with texture. This display is a good example of a simple design that is still effective in designing a country style.