Christmas in the Caribbean is a slightly different affair to chestnuts roasting on an open fire and steaming cups of mulled wine. However, the fresh colours and characteristic Caribbean fruits, flowers and fauna can be carried into the holiday season with a touch of magic and sparkle. During her winter visit to Barbados, Jenny has designed some spectacular decorations using the just-arrived accessories in the showroom…
This beautiful silver stand arranged with mini hurricanes and twinkling tea-lights acts as a fantastic centrepiece, presenting a new twist on the traditional Caribbean Christmas table. Green and silver is exactly the kind of colour combination that retains the fresh Caribbean colour palette whilst introducing a festive theme. Glittering wreaths and branches interwoven with abundant flower arrangements add the necessary sparkle for Christmas decoration in the Caribbean.
This shade of orange is timelessly chic, which immediately says Christmas when paired with pearls, golds and again a touch of silver. Pairing the traditional such as this glass christmas tree with this unique gold-painted pineapple and pearlised shell charger and bowl, blends festive decoration with Caribbean style.
Touches of celebratory red on a background of glass, again, featuring a shell design is a characteristic reminder of Christmas. Filling a vase with potpourri, cascading glittering branches and surrounding with a more contemporary silver wreath creates a rich and original centrepiece.
Simply fill large hurricanes with frosted pine cones and pine fronds to immediately update a classic for the festive season, and place around any living space. Surrounding the base with a silver wreath adds a glamorous finishing touch.