home: favourite thing [ candle holders ]
Make a statement with these cool blue geometric shaped candle holders from Spicer & Wood.
Available is two different designs these would make a great paring on a dining table.
[ £22 each ]
home: found this [ concrete candle holders ]
If you have just starting to organise the table decor for the big day then Amazon with many items on next day delivery and still able to arrive before Christmas, is the solution.
We found these Anaan high and low candle holders, that would make a simple, minimal centre piece for the table.
Clean and beautiful concrete, that subtle grey tone; use alone or with a few foraged branches of conifer strewn around the bases for a smart festive look.
home: made [ napkin rings ]
To long til the big day and if there’s no spare time to make or buy materials to create some stylish personal napkin rings then maybe these ideas will help.
We’ve scoured the internet for ideas that can be created with bits you’ll have around the house or could forage from the local area plus they don’t take long to make.
All ideas use bits of string, paper, ribbon, snippets of leaves and twigs, scraps of fabric and even beads from an old necklace.
home: found this [ candelabra ]
For a modern, minimal take on the candelabra for the centre of the dining table, this House Doctor Ring Candle Stand from Alice In Scandiland shop is just beautiful.
Keep clean and simple with your choice of colour candles to match your table decor or for winter and Christmas tables, weave and lay twigs or tree off cuts amongst the framework – add a few berries or a branch of holly and this is the perfect elegant centrepiece for your Christmas table.
Available in two sizes – 4 candles* (£19) or 8 candles (£35)
*insert joke from The Two Ronnies as you please !
home: made [ Christmas centre pieces ]
Make a Christmas table beautiful with the perfect centre piece. We’ve scoured the internet for ideas but the common theme is knowing you can use things from around the house or easy to obtain, to create one.
Gather old bottles, jars or a wooden box; use off cuts of tree, forage some holy or conifer branches; find ribbon, washi tape or torn paper found at home; use old paint samples or spray paint; find pebbles or stones; plus hand write or print festive text or guests names.
home: made [ crackers ]
Time to start thinking about Christmas decorations and even the table decor for the big day. Start early and make your own! We love the idea of homemade crackers, filled with your own chosen little gifts.
We found a great tutorial from Pure Sweet Joy.
home: favourite thing [ candelabra ]
Thinking about the Christmas table decor already? We love this elegant Geo Candelabra from West Elm, with its linear geometric design and brushes nickel finish.
Airy and sculptural, our modern Geo Candelabra elevates the light with an open design that won’t block conversation. Simply add five taper candles and your centrepiece is complete.