Richard Ginori and Armani pull out all the stops
Decorating the Christmas table doesn’t only mean matching the tablecloth to the napkins, plates and candles, but also creating the right atmosphere and adding the details that will make your Christmas dinner table shine.
Richard Ginori‘s new collection Volière is a perfect blend of craftsmanship, beauty and nature-inspired details. The set is ideal for celebrations with its fine decorations inspired by 19th century botanical prints and presented in 12 different floral motifs and golden outline. Each subject has been put together according to colour combinations that will turn your dinner table in to a perfect interplay of over 50 tonal variations, including typically Christmas hues.
Roberto Cavalli also presents his Home collection with items that are perfectly suited to a Christmas setting if what you’re looking for is a glamorous designer look with a touch of naturalistic details. The Rose Jewel collection brings opulence to the table with precious red and coral tones that stand in calculated contrast to the fine white china. The Tigress collection is all about texture and tries to emulate a lizard’s skin embellished with a double gold thread against sophisticated mustard tones. Combine it with delicately designed cutlery made with a new type of animalier texture to give your table a fashionable, elegant and extravagant touch.
Candles are always a must at Christmas and help you create special atmospheres and while producing delicate scents. Burberry‘s candles are redolent of English woods and spring odours, with a dominating rose top note.
Armani‘s choice for Christmas is on a different note. For some year now the brand has been offering sweets and cakes in a limited festive edition. Panettone and Pandoro are on the menu, alongside chocolates, pralines, honey and candied chestnuts, all bearing the unmistakable Armani signature.