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Table Art creates winter-inspired table decorations for Hotels’ Christmas and New Year’s parties

By Luke Nicholls , 02-Dec-2011

Table decorations supplier Table Art has created a new range of winter-inspired illuminated art pieces for hotel tables at Christmas and New Year’s Eve events.

With current clients including The Dorchester, Hilton and Q Hotels, Table Art’s table decorations can be customized in terms of colour, light and shape, including the hotel’s logo if required.

 

The Christmas and New Year’s Table Art range includes: -

  • Ice Bucket – (Pictured) Three lit buckets, holding a choice of drinks, are positioned on a rotating platform enabling guests to easily reach their chosen bottle. Colour and lighting effects can also be controlled.
  • Ice Cube – A real ice block can be customised in terms of light and colour, slowly melting throughout the evening.
  • Ice Melt – Balls of real ice light up the room, gradually melting during the course of the evening.
  • Twisted Flame – Lit fames are produced from the decoration. The flames are designed to optimize the light and a radio-controlled light option allows red-orange glowing fire effects to change to blue-white ice at the push of a button.

Speaking of the Ice Bucket, Gary Martin, founder and managing director of Table Art, said: “We wanted to design a table centre that was practical and would leave more space on already congested 5ft and 6ft round tables. We also wanted something that would be suitable for clients to add their branding to, particularly if they were sponsoring the drinks.

 

“The three-way, lit ice buckets were the result.”

 

Prices for Table Art festive table decorations start from £35 and go up to £65 per table centre, excluding the delivery and set-up costs, which vary from £400 to £800 depending on the amount and type of table centres ordered.

 

Table Art was founded in 2007. In 2011, Hilary Devey – award-winning businesswomen and new panelist on the current series of BBC’s Dragons’ Den – became chairman and principal investor in the company. For more information on Table Art's table decorations range, visit www.table-art.co.uk .

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