My Christmas Table

It's so close now... just two more sleeps until the big day, can you believe how much it has crept up on us this year?! Being from a very complicated family, I get to have three Christmas Days this year (one real and three faux) and two of these days I am hosting.

So, I may have got a little carried away on dressing my table... two trips to TK Maxx and H&M Home later and here is where I got to...

I have gone pretty neutral, rather than going for traditional reds as I wanted some linens and napkins which I could use all year round (gotta be economical at this time of year!). The stars on the napkins give a touch of Christmas sparkle...

The range of tableware at TK Mazz is brilliant - this three dish server was one of my favourite purchases and it was only £4.99. Perfect for olives, nuts or dips

You have to have candles on a Christmas table and these gold lined tealight holders from H&M give off a lovely glow

I love a bit of greenery on the table and rosemary is cheap and festive
These are the linens I settled on, all from H&M and so reasonably priced. All made from 100% cotton. The washed linen napkins are my absolute favourite - H&M do a range of colours and they feel such great quality
My favourite drink an espresso martini, served in my new champagne glasses bout on Amazon for just £16 for 6
My TK Maxx hoard - a wooden serving board, perfect for bread and a ceramic cheese board will be perfect for the Tapas feast I am planning. The serving dishes were total bargains and a 100% wool cushion for £14.99 - amazing!
 What do you think? Would love to know what you are planning for your table!


Products as follows:

Serving boards (wooden - £6.99 & ceramic £9.99), serving dishes (from £2.99), cushion (£14.99) and lantern candle holder (4.99) - all TK Maxx Home

Linen napkins (£3.99 each), 100% cotton patterned table cloth (£14.99), star napkins (reduced to £2 for two!), tea light holders (£3.99) - all H&M Home

1 comment:

  1. I love all that you bought, everything looks nice, not very christmasy though but if that's what you were going for then great. I think it will all look lovely on your Christmas table regardless.