What... The Kitchen collection by Tekla.

Why... Because this set of winter-themed tableware will dress up a festive feast for those who prefer a more minimal Christmas.

During this time of year, tables are often dressed with lashings of tinsel, dried pinecones or clementines and a bauble or two, usually in a rather Christmassy colour palette of cranberry, fern and gold. Whilst many tend to love the maximalist nature of the season, those who favour a 'less is more' design approach will shiver at the sight of any Santa-inspired decoration. Fear not; if you fall into the latter category Tekla's latest homeware collection will take your fancy.

Known for their beautifully made, block coloured fabrics, the Copenhagen based homeware brand have been designing pieces for the living, sleeping and bathing spaces since its inception in 2017. Last month saw them venture into kitchen orientated products, utilising their signature textiles to create tableware that encapsulates their Scandi charm in a timeless way. From kitchen towels to aprons in a mix of light and heavy linen, the collection plays on the idea that a dinner party resembles a work of art, and that a table acts as its canvas. In this instance, whatever lies above it plays a crucial role in the night's formation and with the tactile and universal crowd pleasing nature of Tekla's pieces, they will act as the perfect foundation.

Want a table thats far removed from Christmas? Opt for the table set with the charcoal and cotton coloured fabrics, or for a hint of colour that relates to the season without seeming too brash, incorporate the duck egg and claret napkins onto your table.

Shop the Tekla Kitchen collection here.

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