Dining table

Holiday season styling

At Studio Piet Boon we always aim to make the ordinary extraordinary. The dining table being no exception, especially when it comes to the holiday season. Whether a gathering with family and friends or a festive celebration, there is always an excuse to decorate the dining table. Where decorating a table comes natural to some, it can also be a challenge for others. To inspire you and help you get started for the holiday season, our styling team created two different colored dining settings that convey the holiday spirit in a contemporary, simple and serene way. As strong admirers of the wabi-sabi philosophy we drew inspiration from the quiet and pure aesthetic found in the Japanese culture for our holiday table decorations. Perfect imperfection. Our aim for the settings was to create a warm and inviting holiday atmosphere, but without the traditional Christmas features.
Candlestick
Candlestick

To make each spot at the table unique yet also convey the same feel, we made use of various chairs, art, a combination of different glass- tableware and cutlery as well as styling items. Art or personal belongings in combination with functional elements will help create a truly personal and authentic atmosphere. It is this mix and matching of things that makes for an extraordinary experience.

Styling
Styling

When using flowers and foliage we like to see what we can find in our own garden and arrange these in unconventional ways. For this particular setting we opted to suspend a flower branch from the ceiling and provide it with handmade golden ornaments.

Styling
Styling

Our styling team made use of the following items to create these holiday season table settings: sculptures by Swedish artist Kristiina Haataj, Piet Boon by Serax tableware, Piet Boon by Serax cutlery, special collection of ceramic objects “unusual works of clay” by Anouk Kramer for Studio Piet Boon, small glass vase and blue glass cup from Japanese shop Time & Style in Amsterdam, Piet Boon furniture, various linen tablecloths, large artwork by Casper Faassen, handmade clay candlesticks and golden ornaments.

table setting
table setting
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