Christmas decoration with a Slavic charm
Wednesday, December the 12th, 2018
Christmas is coming very soon. The house is dressed in light, the table its finery and the decor is a style of its own. For the magic to work, Maison Sarah Lavoine puts the Slav tradition in the spotlight and transports us to this culture and its colors for the occasion. A style to follow and reproduce without moderation during these festive periods.
We illuminate the house
Nothing is warmer than the flame of a candle, the soft light and refined atmosphere it emits. Christmas is an opportunity to use and even abuse it! Take out your candle holders, candlesticks and candle holders and adorn them with white or colored candles. The candlesticks of our Slave line show warm tones such as Royal Red, Sarah Blue or Forest Green, mixing with golden brass, whose cutouts allow for beautiful lighting effects. Our ceramic ceramic candlesticks, available in two sizes, blend together and are even more beautiful when they are several ... As for our revisited small candlesticks, inspired by the old models, they seduce with their classic and contemporary style to that time.
We transform the living room into a slave chalet
Play the accumulation, mix the colors, decorate your colorful sofa cushions, like our Peacock blue model inspired by the traditional Slavic motifs to mix with the Five Earth cushion or Warsaw. Arrange scented candles, tealights and decorative objects on a pretty lacquered tray like the Basile model and mix it with our empty pockets fusion pink quetsch and brushed stainless steel golden for a shimmering touch. Flower together with dried flowers to arrange in a beautiful vase and do not hesitate to play with the reflections of the mirrors. They will bring light and depth to the room. Finally, illuminate the whole with beautiful light fixtures like the Sabine lamp perforated brass that distills a soft light. To complete the whole, the Matryoshka will bring a last touch playful and colorful.
Enhance your Christmas table
The Christmas table is probably the place where you spend the most time on D-Day. If what is on the plate is important, the decor of the table is just as important. To stay in the Slavic tradition and its Baroque style, the tablecloth, napkins or Riviera table runner and Zofia placemats will set the scene. Sicilia crockery, with its plates, dishes, pitchers or cups, goes perfectly with table linen, playing the effects of colors, to be associated with our gold cutlery. Royal red, pine green and Sarah blue from the Slavic collection are beautiful when accompanied by golden tones.
A real invitation to travel in this period of celebration and sharing.