Spending more time at home makes us want to decorate it more and to create more cosiness. Would you like to invite your family and friends to a festive dinner? See how you can set the Christmas table to amaze both your guests and yourself.
Celebrate like a Swede
The Christmas table should not only be more decorated, but also covered with hearty meals. This is why around Christmas, when it's cold and dark outside, Swedes get together, make their homes cosy, and prep and enjoy good things to eat. With VINTERSAGA—featuring favoured treats like ginger thins, cinnamon buns, saffron rolls, and mulled wine (preferably with almonds and raisins stirred in)—you can stay inside and enjoy the holidays like a traditional Swede, too.
Old meets new
This season, any kind of aged, maybe even inherited tableware can revive and incorporate in the whole setting as never before. Check your old cupboards and review treasures at the countryside. Then, add some present-day items to create a fresh and stylish expression. The UPPHETTA coffee/tea maker will add some modern spice to your grandmother's porcelain, while the old decorative plates will reveal all their beauty on the VINTER 2020 place mats.
Natural and sustainable
Those who look for more sustainable Christmas solutions should choose simple materials and natural decorations. Use cones and twigs found in the forest to decorate your table, bake the Christmas tree decorations yourself (or find some already baked at IKEA), and pack the gifts in reusable VINTER 2020 jute bags instead of using the wrapping paper.
The VINTERSAGA treats packed in red can not only pamper your sweet tooth, but also serve as bright and merry decorations. Combine a tin of gingerbread thins with a bottle of mulled drink, add a lantern for tealight or a flowering poinsettia and enjoy your classic red Christmas!