Red poinsettias brighten the winter landscape with vibrant color—so why not let them enliven your dining table as well? Lavish and festive, the Poinsettia Palace Table Linens feature a light cream, polyester faux silk ground blooming with embroidered red poinsettias, berries, and pine sprigs. Most have openwork scroll edges for a fanciful touch.
Designed by Touch of Class®, this exclusive collection includes tablecloths, table runners, and even matching chair covers.
Click here to shop the entire Poinsettia Palace Collection on the Touch of Class® site.
Due to high demand, some items may be out of stock for the season.
Searching for more Christmas decor coordinates? Lace-like poinsettia napkin rings will gleam from the dining table, while a glittering tabletop sleigh allows you to get creative: fill the sleigh with faux greenery, artificial poinsettia blossoms, or metallic ornaments. Warm up your floor with a scalloped poinsettia rug, and tie the look together with a lighted framed canvas that twinkles with fiber optic lights. Click the images below to shop on the Touch of Class® site.
Like freshly fallen snow on a quiet winter evening, the Evangelina Table Linens will cover your table with icy beauty. These refined table linens have an ivory slubbed polyester ground, fancifully trimmed with silver floral lace and hand-cut contour edges; napkins have embroidery instead of lace. Designed by Touch of Class®, these exclusive table linens will create the setting for a sparkling holiday dinner.
Drape your table with the oblong tablecloth or a long table runner. Find everything you need to embellish the look, from matching placemats and napkins to chair covers and window treatments.
Click here to shop the entire Evangelina Collection, only available at Touch of Class®.
Let your dining room glisten further with home accents that catch the eye. Swirling glitter, jeweled accents, and gleaming metallics are wonderful complements to the frosted elegance of the Evangelina Collection. Lighted tinsel trees and a hanging ceiling lamp with crystal teardrop gems will provide the final finishing touches. Click the image to shop the item on the Touch of Class® site.
Are you ready to elevate the elegance of your Christmas tablescape? Perhaps that trendy black and white Christmas decor just isn’t your style; or you’ve tabled that retro teal and red color scheme for another year. What’s “on the plate” for this holiday season? Think traditional with a twist: dark red, white, and silver. Dark red will provide plenty of rich, warm color for cozy dining, while white and silver snowflakes evoke the crystalline wonder of early-morning frost on your windowpane.
The Snowflake Table Linens will steal the show with their intricate beauty. Various styles and sizes accommodate almost any table setting you have in mind. Choose from oblong tablecloths, table toppers, runners, placemats, napkins, and chair covers. Each polyester satin table linen features snowflake embroidery; some items have cutwork edging and openwork detailing. These festive table linens are exclusive designs from Touch of Class®, and you won’t find them anywhere else.
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Draped in these gorgeous seasonal linens, your dining table decor won’t require much additional effort. If you want just a little extra embellishment, however, consider glistening snowflake napkin rings and a fabulous Christmas centerpiece.
Are DIY centerpieces your speciality? Here are just a few ideas: place dark red ornaments in a large covered decorative glass jar; fill clear hurricanes with cranberries and top them with LED tealights; layer a tiered server stand with silver and red baubles and top it with a ribbon bow; or simply place red LED candles in your tried-and-true taper holders or holiday candelabra.
Whether you’re sneaking into the kitchen for cookies and a peek outside to check the snowfall, or you’re sitting down to an elegant holiday meal, you want your kitchen and dining areas to look their festive best. Take a look at how we spruced up these rooms to create inviting seasonal spaces.
For the holiday kitchen, we used the following:
-plump cushions to cozy up the stools
-cute serving platters and cookie jars on the island
-a full, decorated tree with a smiling snowman topper
-matching holiday canvases displayed side by side
-a Christmas rug runner placed in front of the sink for comfort
-a cheery striped tier and valance set above the sink
-festive counter essentials like a paper towel holder and soap dispenser
To recreate the kitchen look, click here to view the holiday decor that we used.
For the holiday dining room, we used the following:
-golden candleholders with red LED candles for worry-free lighting
-a pre-lit poinsettia wreath as a centerpiece
-a sleigh-style holder filled with Christmas baubles
-beaded placemats beneath plates, napkins, and napkin holders
-garland, seasonal centerpieces, candleholders, and a charger atop the mantel
To recreate the dining room look, click here to view the holiday decor that we used.