A new tableware brand called Christmas Tableware, based in London, is selling products that have been inspired by the holiday spirit of traditional tableware.
Christmas Table.cc is a website that features new table ware from the likes of Blackberry, Samsung, Sony, Nokia, Dell and others.
“Christmas Tableware’s products have been reimagined and reimaginated with a twist,” the company says.
“We wanted to create a piece of history and create something special, something that was unique and something that felt like you had a bit of an identity.”
The company’s products are all inspired by Christmas and the holiday season, but Christmas Table was inspired by traditional table-ware that had a traditional look, so it wanted to make something that people would recognise and say, “This is how it was done.”
“We want to show people that there is a lot of innovation going on in the tableware world and that Christmas Table is part of it,” said Mr Proulx.
The company also has a website, Christmas Table and a Facebook page.
“The main aim is to tell people about what we’re doing and what we think,” Mr Poulx said.
“It’s a really cool thing to do and to tell the story of a brand that’s a little bit unique.”
“Our mission is to show that Christmas can be really simple and it can be more than just a celebration,” Mr Gillett said.
Christmas Day is the most popular day for shopping on the Christmas Table website, with sales up from a year ago.
The Christmas Table page was designed by the Australian architect and designer Mark Poullas.
Christmas day sales are also up in the US, with a huge spike in sales on the US site.
“I think it’s going to be really good for Christmas Day sales,” Mr Jansen said.
Mr Poulter said he thinks the idea for the Christmas table is the perfect blend of tradition and innovation.
“There’s no question that the idea of a Christmas table that is a little more like a traditional Christmas table with the Christmas trees and all the bells and decorations, the traditional Christmas decor, that’s what Christmas is all about,” he said.
The first Christmas table was designed and built by the late British designer Charles Poulton in the 1930s.
“He had an idea of an ‘Old Time’ Christmas,” Mr Haines said.
Christmas Table.CC has launched its first range of tableware on Christmas Day.
The latest range of Christmas table and kitchenware, called Christmas Kitchen, includes a range of festive accessories like tins of gingerbread, potted Christmas trees, decorations, a variety of glassware and decorative fittings.
“With Christmas Day and Christmas Day Christmas Day coming up, we wanted to try and do something that’s not only festive but something that makes the holiday day feel really special,” Mr Wodak said.
He said Christmas Day was a really good time to take part in holiday traditions and get out and enjoy a few days of the year.
“As we get closer to Christmas, it becomes a really special time to look at the tree, to sit down at the Christmas tree and look at all the little decorations that are on it, it’s very relaxing,” Mr Lydon said.