Bonfire Night has been and gone and the Christmas lights have been switched on down Oxford Street which means we are officially allowed to say the C word without being frowned at. CHRISTMAS.

I’m not one of those people that waits until the middle of December to get into the festive spirit, I’m well and truly in full swing already – seriously, we’ve been looking at Christmas trees this weekend. Granted, being a blogger I do have to prepare a little earlier in the hope of inspiring others with their Christmas décor and gifting, but it works out well as I get to celebrate Christmas for a few weeks longer than is socially acceptable in a normal household. I am not complaining. Which is why I jumped at the chance to join Robert Welch’s Christmas Campaign – The Art of Christmas.

I’ve loved Robert Welch for a good couple of years now, it’s a premium brand and whilst they work very hard on the design of the products, everything remains timeless. I’ve become one of those annoying people that can’t go to a restaurant without picking my glass up to see what brand it is – same goes for cutlery, if they have Robert Welch cutlery I’m confident that it’s going to be a good meal – that makes sense right? Great cutlery = Great food.




So what’s the campaign all about? The Art of Christmas – which is broken down into three arts, The Art of Preparing, The Art of Entertaining and finally, The Art of Sharing, which is what I’m talking about today.




The Art of Sharing is all about sharing the joys of Christmas with friends and family, making memorable moments last a lifetime. It’s for all of the family, aiming to give truly memorable gifts that have been chosen with thought. Robert Welch offer iconic designs and limited edition sets (which make for great Christmas presents) that have been manufactured to last a lifetime and designed to be treasured for years to come. From the gift boxed packaging to the pristine quality, Robert Welch really is a brand perfect for gifting, and sharing this Christmas.

So I’ve styled a few of the items in my dining area for you to see them in all their metallic glory, I know what you’re thinking, silver?! It’s true, I am without a doubt a gold girl at heart, but silver, well stainless steel in fact, really is timeless isn’t it – there’s no denying it. I hunted down the perfect pale grey linen table cloth and napkins, teamed with a cotton flower garland and voila. A timeless table setting. Gifts like these that can be re-used over and over again really are the gifts that keep giving for years to come. Or perhaps you will end up gifting yourself with a few Robert Welch pieces this Christmas and share the joy when you have guests over!

What does the Art of Christmas mean to you?

Featured items:

Hidcote Bright 30-piece Cutlery Set, Limited Edition Gift Set
Arden Candlestick 3 Piece Set
Medium Drift Bowl

You can shop the entire Robert Welch Christmas range here.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Robert Welch but as always my words and opinions are my own.