The combination of red or white and gold is one of the iconic Christmas solutions, which, however, is not easy to bring to life without overdoing it. The main thing is to take a clean and laconic base, for example, a gold tablecloth without patterns and prints. Glasses resembling old cups and decorated with shiny ornaments to match, and plates and dishes with a small pattern will look good on it.
Glasses Louvre, Lalique (Gallery Royal)
Räder porcelain Christmas tree set (Bulthaup, St. Petersburg).
Metal Christmas trees (Zara Home) © Marina Bessonova
Glass Richard Ginori (Richard Ginori)
New Year's decor ("ABC of taste") © Marina Bessonova
Salt and pepper shaker in the form of a claw (Zara Home)
Meissen Christmas tree decorations ("House of Porcelain") © Marina Bessonova
Additional details include golden cones that seem to have fallen from a branch, snow-white spruces and shiny figurines of flora and fauna, as if descended from the pages of fairy-tale books.
Moser glass ("House of Porcelain"), Richard Ginori glass (Richard Ginori) © Marina Bessonova
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