Golden Rule for Festive Season

The festive period is fast approaching making us anxious about the presents. Every single retailer tries to catch our attention by most refined adverts and shop windows. How could I not resist posting anything about Christmas, I failed miserably. 

In my opinion, the sensation of the holiday is very personal feeling and in the first place must be felt deep inside. So today I want to talk about how to create a holiday around, in our homes in particular.  

In order to create a holiday spirit in your home and around your table, simply add golden colours or materials. Not without reason, many of us link this colour and its sparkle with a celebration. Golden tones and hues are always welcomed in the interior design.  From classics to minimalism this colour creates a timeless statement and a luxurious mood. Golden lighting, golden trim on chairs and gold finishes are all incredible additions for any room. Alternatively, add gold colour accessories to the festive table or decorate your walls with prints and pictures with golden colours or with brass frames. Think of brass finishes in furniture, lighting and hardware too. Here is the carefully curated selection of amazing gifts for the home that we glad to share with you.

Another thing to bring from the high streets home is a Christmas tree. Even a small tree beautifully decorated will add to the whole festive spirit gathering friends and family together. And don't forget about the fairy lights for golden twinkle to your tree and home! 

Image credits: Bishop stool by India Mahdavi; Napkin rings by L'Objet; Lasered hide cushion by Arthide; Tableware by Fuerstenberg; Season candle holder by Georg Jensen; Bone bowl by Tom Dixon; Decorative objects by Aerin; Table runner by Chilewich; Table lamp by Officina Luce; Tableware by Marie Daage; Highball glasses by Waterford; Hammered coaster by Michael Aram

Francis Sultana decorates his home for Christmas by Rachel Whiting