Tips When Decorating Your Christmas Dining Table

With Christmas saying “Ho-Ho-Ho” to us in two weeks, I bet most of us have already made plans for our family. But if you’re like me who barely has time for intricately designed Holiday home decors, don’t worry! I’ve gathered some of the best and easy Christmas dining table setup that we can adopt to make our Noche Buena festive and extra special.

Christmas Decorating Tip #1

The elegance of a white plate will never go out of style.

If you’re the type who doesn’t want to own a lot of stuff simply because you don’t have room for them at home or you’re just living a minimalist lifestyle, I strongly suggest investing in quality dining set (and cutlery) like that of Wilmax that will last you for a long time.

No time to go to the mall or fall in long lines? You can get Wilmax at Lazada delivered in your home.

Dinnerware in white are practical and economical to have since you can use them not just during the Holidays but all year round! It is very easy to play with themes and colors when you have white as your canvass.


Christmas Decorating Tip #2

Make use of your Christmas food as part of decor.

Your Christmas food can double as decor and appetizer in your table. You can make use of fruits, candies, nuts, and cookies as you style.

Christmas Decorating Tip #3

Follow the “Color of the Year” scheme as you decorate.

If you want to save yourself from thinking too hard on what color or theme you should follow in decorating, follow Pantone. This color expert releases the “Color of the Year” pick every second week of December on a yearly basis. This 2017, Ultraviolet gets the titular “Color of the Year” from them.

 

No matter how you dress up your table for Christmas, as long as it is wrapped with warm thoughts and love for our family and friends, our effort will surely shine the brightest! I hope these few tips I gave will bring forth inspiration and cheers to your home this season!

From my family to yours, our warmest Christmas cheers! May you be bless abundantly today and always. Happy Holidays, friends! ♥