5 Ideas For A Unique Christmas Aesthetic

Here are five ideas for a unique Christmas aesthetic, and feel the Christmas spirit, whether it’s a blue Christmas, gold Christmas, or even a pink Christmas.

Christmas aesthetic - photo of a Christmas tabletop by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Whether you’re shopping for ornaments on the tree or a new holiday dinner tablescape, these Christmas aesthetic ideas will give you the perfect color inspiration. 

We combined vintage pieces with a touch of modern, and they’re all from Replacements Ltd! It’s one of our new favorite resources for creating an eclectic holiday.

Remember that you can always buy simple staples like gold-rimmed glasses and white scalloped plates to reuse for any holiday or occasion, not just a Christmas table. 

Fun tip: We used navy velvet fabric from the craft store to create an inexpensive tablecloth for all of our Christmas table decor ideas…

 

1 — Polar Blue Christmas Aesthetic 

A polar blue theme is a great way to tie in both Christmas and Hannukah for guests that may celebrate one of the other. This pale blue Jasperwood collection mixed with a classic white dinner plate is both timeless and fun. 

Christmas aesthetic - photo of the Jasper Collection from Replacements Ltd by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Christmas aesthetic - photo of a polar blue table setting by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

 

2 — Pink Caribbean Christmas

This pink Christmas theme happens to be one of our favorites! We chose vintage Jamaican-themed plates with a gold-rimmed charger and a pink stripe paper runner for a colorful twist. 

Christmas in July - photo of a Caribbean inspired Christmas theme setting by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Christmas in July - photo of an intricate cookie design inspired by Replacement Ltd plates

Caribbean Christmas Serving Plate by Replacements Ltd by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

 

3 — Classic Gold & White Christmas Aesthetic

You can never go wrong with a white and gold combination! Whether it’s for the holidays or just an impromptu dinner party, these are staples you’ll definitely want to have on hand. 

Add these DIY Gold Fringe Drink Toppers to get into the holiday spirit!

They’re great for adding simple accents to cover just about any party theme. Combine them with vintage treasures like this Santa salt and pepper shaker set or gold filigree ornaments. 

Classic Gold & White Christmas Aesthetic - gold Christmas table decor

Classic Gold & White Christmas Aesthetic - Santa salt and pepper shakers

Classic Gold & White Christmas Aesthetic by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

 

4 — Classic Vintage Red Christmas

If there’s one thing we can all agree on when it comes to the holidays, it’s nostalgia!

A vintage Christmas village with classic plaid fabric and woodland accents makes for the perfect childhood memory. 

We love this vintage place setting set that can become a family tradition and heirloom for every holiday dinner. Especially if you combine this with matching family Christmas pajamas!

vintage plate setting by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Christmas aesthetic - photo of a classic vintage Christmas by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Christmas aesthetic - photo of a traditional Christmas plate setting by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

 

5 — Icy Silver Christmas

No one ever said you couldn’t have an icy Christmas and a pop of color too! A simple snowflake emblem on this clear glass china plate and tree glassware is another staple that you can reuse for multiple winter holidays. 

One thing we love about clear glass china is that you can really let your recipes pop like a mulled wine recipe, candy cane cocktail, or whipped coffee.

Add a silvery fabric tablecloth, twinkle lights, and colorful bottle brush trees to give it a fun pop, too. 

an icy silver Christmas decor by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Swift & Swirl sugar cookies for Ashely Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Winter Wonderland - a North Pole inspired entertaining decor by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

All Things Christmas

What do you think? Which is your favorite holiday aesthetic?! You can see more of our favorite Christmas ideas and gift guides below! —

A huge thank you to Replacements Ltd for partnering with us on this Christmas aesthetics post! 

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8 thoughts on “5 Ideas For A Unique Christmas Aesthetic”

  1. Love all the ideas!! Can’t believe it’s already that time to be thinking about it. It will be here so fast! I’ve already seen some decor in the stores!

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