Handmade Christmas decorations and beautiful natural materials create naturally charming eco style Christmas decorating trend. Wood, straw, wicker, terra-cotta, rattan, linen, unbleached wool, burlap fabric and sisal twine have unique decorating colors and rich textures that are perfect for eco holidays decorating ideas. Soft felt, wood, paper or burlap Christmas tree decorations do not destroy striking natural beauty of Christmas tree.
Pumpkin and fall centerpieces for table decorating look even better, if flowers lean over the sides of the pumpkin vases instead of standing straight up. Plain greenery, pine cones, arranged around the bottom of pumpkin vases with fall flowers and leaves, create larger table top decorations and very artistic fall centerpieces for table decorating.
Glamorous modern Christmas color schemes can include rosy pink or violet, dark ruby or aubergine, mahogany or deep purple, gray, black or one of modern in 2010 home decorating colors with a lot silver and gold. Stylish sky blue and light turquoise with silver and gold create especially festive Christmas room design, emphasizing winter holiday theme.
Traditional Christmas colors, all shades of red, green, silver or gold, combined with modern sky blue, red-purple, cream and beige Christmas tree decorations and holiday decor accessories create nostalgic mood and festive atmosphere. Old fashioned tinsels are gone, but natural beauty of green needles can be emphasized by Christmas snow that adds crispiness of white Christmas colors.
Some old fashioned table decorating ideas, patterns and designs, like small flowers on round serving dishes or inspired by nature patterns on luxurious china plates in retro styles and antique tableware are still modern, but contemporary colors, geometric patterns and modern graphics that adorn modern dinnerware sets are latest trends that blend contemporary art and modern design ideas.
Paying attention to small details and using simple, inexpensive, and meaningful ideas make your Valentines Day table setting look personal, sweet, and stylish. Use soft pink and purple colors or contrasting red and white color combinations for dining table decorating. Add pastels and delicate color tones. Pale gray, light peach and beige bring softness into traditional, festive, and passionate red and white Valentines Day decorations.