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Our Christmas styles over the years

Our stylists have always worked their magic to put an Aussie summer spin on the winter wonderland of sleighs and reindeers. 10 Christmases on, and we're still greeting the season with style. Let's take a flip through the Christmas look book...

2012 
Casual elegance was the name of the game that year with soft grey table linen, stone-coloured dinnerware, natural textures and vibrant native flowers
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​2013 
Cool Nordic minimalism led the charge with shades of slate and navy, and hints of warm timber. DIY-style decorations softened the look and added playfulness.
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2014 
The green and gold took pride of place that Christmas with a show-stopping hanging centrepiece that brought the lush outdoor greenery inside, while antique props gave a look of nostalgia.
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2015 
It certainly was shiny and new in 2015 with all our favourite summer brights. Marble and sleek white dinnerware provided the perfect canvas for making those vivid colours pop. 
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​2016 
Boho-coastal inspired that year's look with layered rugs, rustic Christmas decorations, natural tones and a pared-back Christmas tree
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2017 
We gave Christmas a Scandi makeover that year with clean lines, natural timber and plenty of white decorations, adding hints of sparkle for a festive touch. 
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2018 
Taking our styling cues from the razzle-dazzle of the Art Deco era, that year we coordinated our Christmas tree ornaments with our much-loved bar carts
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​2019 
With the sticky heat and inferno that year, we just craved a cool, comfortable space resulting in dusky blues, creamy beiges and natural textures. 
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2020
Being stuck at home had us dreaming of holiday escapes, with rattan accents, natural fibre rugs and decor inspired by natural flora taking us to coastal getaways.
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2021
This year, Australiana is celebrated in the way of eucalyptus Christmas wreaths and gum leaf branches, Australian botanical wall art, Aboriginal wall art and sculptural servingware inspired by the colours and textures of our Great Southern Land. 
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So, what are your homes looking like for Christmas?
We'd love to see Christmas at your place! Share a snap of how you style your T&W for Christmas by tagging us on Instagram with @templeandwebster or with the hashtag #TWstylingathome 
Selma Nada Rajah
Selma Nada Rajah 30 November, 2021

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