Like most people, over the years we have adopted a few different Christmas decor themes ... they have evolved over the years as tastes and interests have changed, but with us they have always maintained a retro vibe. We may have mentioned already in previous blog posts or social media snippets that this year we seem to be veering towards a more tropical and kitsch theme (having a 4 year old kinda lends itself well to the fun!).
At the moment in our store we have a few designs in our tableware collections that (we think) will make excellent additions to retro themed Christmas decor.
Whether you like a simple colour co-ordinated affair, an authentic vintage look or just get all the kitsch goodies you can lay your hands on ....We have collated a few boards over on Pinterest to illustrate just how well we think our tableware will fit into any vintage inspired Christmas!
Inspired by our Atomic Starburst design, we have Atomic Christmas ... for all the wintery, icy cool types, who love those 50s aquas and turquoises.
To compliment our Retro cocktail design, we have Mid Century Cool ... for a more on trend retro feel, with Mid Century tones of blue, green and red. Cocktail parties served from teak drinks cabinets, aluminium Christmas trees with shiny bright baubles and bottle brush mini trees.
Our Scandi Geometric design in red & grey slips effortlessly into Simply Scandi. A more simple, rustic theme, in traditional reds with white and grey. Think of snuggling round roaring fires and real trees.
Or go for a riot of colour and kitsch with a full on Tiki Tropicana! Our Tropical Christmas coasters are crying out for pineapples, cacti, flamingos, cheesy fairy lights and rum cocktails round a pink Christmas tree.
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2019 is the 100th anniversary of the creation of The Bauhaus. An art and design movement that any lover of Mid Century design should be eternally thankful for. In fact no school of design has been as influential as the Bauhaus.