Whether it’s just business as usual or you’re  having your entire extended family descending on your home for the big day, you’ll want to make sure your table looks just right at this special time of year and luckily we’ve got plenty of ideas to help you out!

Your table, your style

Our incredibly popular Sparkle range is back! We’ve added speckles (now in silver and gold) to white porcelain to give an elegant, sophisticated and fabulously festive look. The wonderful thing about this range is that it can be combined with almost any colour scheme – looking great alongside white, silver, or even red for a pop of Christmassy colour.

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To get the look, the best place to start is with the great value 12 piece dinner set. It contains 4 top-quality dinner plates, side plates and bowls, and everything is dishwasher and microwave safe. You can then add additional dinner plates, side plates, bowls, mugs and a gravy boat separately if needed. If gold is your thing we also stock the sparkle collection in gorgeous gold.

Our new copper collection is perfect for a contemporary Christmas feel and there will be no need to pack it away once Christmas is over. It is an elegant design classic the whole year through that you will love using again and again.

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If understated elegance is your favourite way to dine then you can’t go wrong with classic white. Check out our extensive collection in our kitchen shop online and in store.

Adding the finishing touches

Now that you’ve got the essentials, think about adding a few finishing touches like a table runner, candles and candle holders, napkins and chargers. If you’re going to be serving a bit of fizz this Christmas, our sparkle champagne flute and wine glass sets are ideal… and no festive dinner would be complete without crackers – our luxury crackers will match your table perfectly.

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One stop shop

Check out our one stop Christmas shop to find your favourite Christmas trend and bring home your best Christmas yet.

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