Many families enjoy a coastal Christmas and escape the winter weather every year. After all, it’s a great time for a getaway whether you’re having a tropical Christmas or heading to your lake house. Either way, you’ll want to decorate for Christmas in a special way. In fact, you might even live near the coast and stay put for the holidays but want to decorate while maintaining your coastal color scheme. There’s good news: you can definitely create a coastal Christmas without using red and green.
If you’re decorating a beach house or love elegant coastal decor, consider our Casablanca Blues table runner. It’s lovely spread along a table for tea and cookies–even if it’s iced tea!
Casablanca, our complementary print, features the same quatrefoil pattern and colorful border. Mix and match these sister prints for a light and colorful coastal Christmas.
Cotton dinner napkins add coastal colors to your space, whether you use them for formal dining, a New Year’s brunch, or lining a basket of bread.
For natural elegance on your coastal Christmas table, choose our blue and green Moonlit Taj print.
A coastal holiday celebration calls for the good silverware, the fine china, and these cotton dinner napkins graced with sweet blue flowers.
Consider dressing your table with a tropical centerpiece if you’re having Christmas at the beach.
The bright blue and white Midnight Lotus creates a crisp, inviting scene that refreshes anyone weary of winter.
It’s the holidays, so no matter where you choose to celebrate them, remember to use all of the special little touches that sets this time apart–cloth dinner napkins included!
Accessorize with natural accents if you’re going for a tropical Christmas table, or feel free to use metallic accents. You can use shades of silver, gold, or copper with this versatile print.