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Are you looking for a more minimalistic approach this year? Get inspired by this simple Christmas table setting with inspiration taken from nature.
Do you prefer a more natural, uncomplicated approach to your Christmas table setting? Then the following Christmas table setting might be the right choice for you this year! Inspired by one of the biggest trends of the year, this table setting has a simple, yet modern approach.
The Nordic Sand porcelain by Broste Copenhagen is a great base for many different styles of table settings – Not just around Christmas!
In this table setting, we use the Nordic Sand porcelain by Broste Copenhagen as our base. Paired with a sober white linen napkins and gold-coloured cutlery, this table setting feels both festive yet approachable.
Decorate with pieces found outdoors!
Create a simple eye-catcher in your table setting with place cards made of pinecones. Simply hand-write the names on quality paper and place them on a pinecone.
Nature is a recurring trend and is a great way to liven up your Christmas table setting. And even though you might not find greenery to incorporate into your table settings in the middle of winter, why not use beautifully shaped twigs, branches or pinecones? Pinecones are a wonderful replacement for place card holders, and a sustainable one at that!
There are many centerpiece options for a Christmas table setting, the most classic and iconic of which is of course a candle holder.
Can’t get enough of details from nature? Find a beautifully shaped twig to hang over your table and decorate with Christmas ornaments, staying in the same colour-scheme as your table setting.
A beautiful centerpiece can pull together your entire Christmas table setting. When trying to create a modern, Scandinavian Christmas table keep the centerpiece as simple as possible. We love the Circle candle holder by Ferm Living for its versatility! Simply change up the look using natural materials in the form of twigs, leaves and flowers depending on season. If you love using interior details from nature, why not hang a bigger branch over your table and decorate with minimalistic Christmas ornaments in the same colour-scheme as your table setting?
Is green your Christmas colour? A green base for your Christmas table setting adds a calm and cosy feel to your table.
Dark forest green is a true Christmas classic, and a wonderful colour-choice to incorporate into your Christmas table setting. The fairy-tale-like shade adds a sense of harmony to the room yet reads very modern. In order to move from the classic white table setting, all you need to do is switch out a few pieces:
Combine the Nordic Sea plate with a dark green side plate as your accent tone
The Clean kitchen towel in the colour Dusty Green adds a wonderful base-colour to your table.
The base porcelain can remain the same as in our previous table setting. Simply replace the side plate with a rich-green side plate. To further enhance your colour-scheme, use more green in the form of a table cloth or placemat. (Did you know that colourful kitchen towels double up as a great placemat?)
Switch out the pine-cone place cards with paper cones filled with candied almonds! A great starter and a beautiful home-made detail for your table setting.
Combine amber-coloured details with your green table setting for a calm and nature-inspired look.
Replace the pinecones from the last table setting with decoration of the sweet kind. A small cone of home-made candied almonds is the perfect little snack while waiting for Christmas dinner. Use brown parchment paper to match with the amber-coloured details on the table.
Kale on the table might seem like an odd choice, but the rich dark-green leafy green is a beautiful detail to use on the Christmas table
Add some height to your Christmas table setting with the Ball vase by Cooee Design.
Bring some height-variation to your table setting with a statement vase. The Ball vase by Cooee is available in a range of colours and sizes and is a great way to further incorporate the statement-colour green into your Christmas table setting.
Do you love classic red and white Christmas table settings? With a few simple changes you can turn your base table setting into a dreamy red and white Christmas table setting to remember.
The first colour that springs to mind when thinking of Christmas décor is of course a deep Santa Claus red. And it’s a great colour-scheme for a traditional Christmas table setting!
Instead of the green side plate from our last table setting, combine the same base with a statement red.
Use Christmas napkins or even rolled-up Christmas-themed kitchen towels to place on your table settings.
The base of our table setting stays the same – The rustic Nordic Sand plate and the gold-coloured cutlery. Combine this base with a statement red side plate to set the notes of your colour-scheme.
Go all in with your traditional Christmas table setting and add a few, strategically placed Santa details.
If Christmas is your number one holiday of the year, you probably already own a whole range of Santa-themed decoration. Add a few strategically-placed Santa details around the table to emphasize your theme.
Create a beautiful centerpiece with a branch and candle holders.
Place a branch wrapped in light string in the middle of the table to act as your centerpiece. It will ground your traditional Christmas table setting and add a touch of nature. Pair that with simple brass-coloured candle holders to finish the look.