hether it comes in traditional red and gold, with fairy-tale decorations, cascades of white flowers, or naïve designs which recall the magic of the circus, the Christmas table setting gets dressed with the holiday spirit and experiments with patterns and colors in order to provide our convivial moments with unexpected and elegant scenery. If you are looking for a refined yet original solution for Christmas Eve or Christmas dinner, check out these proposals. Plates, glasses, tables and cutlery get perfectly mixed and matched in order to provide that holiday feeling with a touch of imagination and style.
Xmas by Weissestal. This fine porcelain tableware gets decorated with traditional Christmas symbols: snowmen, holly, gifts, rocking horses, reindeer and bulbs. It has everything you need to joyfully celebrate the holidays. Oven, microwave and dishwasher-safe, this tableware provides us with fresh and practical elegance.
Batuffoli by Brandani. For lovers of a more romantic style, these soft and delicate cotton flowers will envelop the home and fill the table with a dreamy and hushed atmosphere. Made in fine porcelain, the tableware is paired with a 100% cotton tablecloth and matched to underplates and glass accessories.
Searcus by Acquatic Creatures by Riccardo Capuzzo. Bizarre, surprising and spectacular, this is the super-contemporary alternative to Christmas tradition. A sea circus with crabs, turtles, shrimp and octopus has been hand-painted onto fine China.
Umberta by Guri Zi. Who said that you can’t celebrate Christmas at breakfast? For a festive brunch there are these placemats which have been handmade on a wooden frame according to artisanal processes. They can even be matched with a 100% cotton bread basket. This informal collection also does good as it supports Guri I Zi’s charity which was started in 2006 by Idee Migranti Onlus to help impoverished women in Albania.