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Whether your style is traditional, modern or a mixture of both, a white or ivory tablecloth will serve you well through the years. First a sign of prosperity when tablecloths came onto the scene in the middle ages, now white and ivory tablecloths are the foundation of a linen closet. You can layer with any china, colored napkins. You can add a table runner. A plain tablecloth will take you from Christmas to Easter to baby showers and so many occasions in between.

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On that note, if you are having a party and have need for multiple tablecloths check your local rental company. It can be very reasonable especially if you pick up in person and save on delivery charges.

Yes, it is a serious oversight not to offer square tablecloths. This would not happen in Paris where an intimate dinner for two is romantic, and not considered a loss in profitability. Shame on Williams Sonoma. Yet another reason for me to simply shop at a commercial restaurant supply house.

Elegant and practical are the main characteristics of our tablecloths. To receive your guests or to decorate daily dining room, kitchen and garden table, all shapes and many colors of table covers are offered to dress your tables in a pure Provencal spirit.

For every occasion, and according to your tastes, you will find what you need. Our section contains, for example, a woven tablecloth for a refined dinner, a floral tablecloth for a barbecue party, a Christmas tablecloth to celebrate with the family. And much more such as clear round tablecloths to organize a wedding reception.

On a practical wiewpoint, you may choose the anti-stain treatment generally offered on each model. It is different depending on the fabric to adapt effectively and make your maintenance easier. The accessories of the same collection are offered in the product page to inform you of all assortment possibilities. All you have to do is browse our catalog of unique and authentic tablecloths.

Make a real style statement across all your tables with our restaurant-quality tablecloths, adding simple class and elegance at competitive wholesale prices. In a busy restaurant, you want to be sure that your tablecloths can stand up to constant spills and stains, remaining durable through wash after wash. Thankfully, our tablecloths feature enhanced durability. This includes stain resistance, superior colour retention and superb absorbency. Each is designed to ensure that they remain as good as the day you first laid them on the table, even throughout the intensive commercial washing process.

We have a fantastic collection of tablecloths with a logo that we believe has something for everyone. The following table highlights some of our best sellers to help you enjoy all the benefits discussed here.

Customer service with a personal touch for your table linen enquiries, requests, placing an order, after-sales & laundry care.We are here to offer you expert advice about our wide range of napkins & tablecloths to meet your specific requirements.Buy tablecloths & napkins approved UK quality for hospitality, hotels, restaurants & healthcare.Suitable for events, schools, colleges, residential homes & domestic home use.No minimum purchase order value or quantity required on our standard table linens sizes.

Our 100% French Flax tablecloths are the perfect way to add a touch of luxury to your dining table. These tablecloths are made from the finest French flax linen and are buttery soft for a great dining experience. Available in a range of beautiful colours, our tablecloths are sure to add a touch of style to any dining table. They come at great prices, are incredibly easy to care for, and are Oeko-Tex certified, so you can enjoy them for years to come knowing they meet the highest standards in safety, health, and environmental protection. With 100% French Flax Tablecloths, you can enjoy the feel of luxury without breaking the bank and make a great addition to any dining table.Shop our selection of 100% French flax linen tablecloths online and get the best style today!

Our cotton tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners are extremely beautiful and unique. Gorgeous designs in Bagru, Rajasthan, Kalamkari, Dabu, Floral, Paisley and Block Prints. Our cotton tablecloths are available in Round, Square, and Rectangle. Most of our tablecloths have matching placemats and napkins that can be purchased individually.

BAGRU - This small but immensely productive village near Jaipur contains a large community of printers. The skills of the Bagru printers were patronized by the Jaipur court over 200 years ago, they are probably the best known and most easily recognized designs in our range. Bagru printers have always been the most accessible to the outside world and in turn, have adopted many new and different styles from outside influences into their wide repertoire using their own traditional techniques. You will love our Bagru tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

KALAMKARI - Originally a Persian word meaning "drawing on cloth". While the technique probably existed several centuries before, the style as we know them today emerged from the great craft schools that sprang up under the patronage of the Moghul emperors about three centuries ago. The style much favored by the Moghul courts were adopted by the printing communities on the Coromandel coast of southeast India and most of the production is now hand block printed by a small number of family groups in and around the old fishing port of Masulipatam. While block printing is a much faster method of production than hand painting each piece it is still laborious and involves the use of a large number of blocks for each design. The intricate designs, the elaborate borders and the innate understanding of balanced composition have given Kalamkari a well-deserved place in the evolution of printed design. You will love our Kalamkari tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

RAJASTHAN - Rajasthan is the most colorful state in India and it is reflected in its forms of textiles. The tradition of printing with finely engraved wooden blocks distinguishes it from other states. The block printed textiles of India became famous in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe when the East India Company began to export them in bulk. The block prints are mostly executed on a white or off-white background, using screen printers or wooden blocks. They are usually colorful floral patterns and known for their fine and intricate detailing. You will love our Rajasthan tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

BLOCK PRINTS - Block printing on textiles refers to the technique by which carved wooden blocks covered with dye are repeatedly pressed along a length of cloth to create a repeated pattern. What makes this technique unique is the fact that the design has to be first carved onto the wooden block by hand, and then pressed onto the fabric by hand. India is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of block printed fabric in the world. Some of the various types of block printing include Dabu, Kalamkari, Bagru, Chilani, and Ajrakh. The different types of block printing techniques are often directly related to the region of India from which they were created. You will love our Block Print tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

PAISLEY - The ever-popular paisley design can be traced back to the Indo-European cultures more than 2000 years ago. The paisley pattern was originally represented in Celtic art but later died out under the influence of the Roman Empire. Paisley was quickly adopted in India and the motif continued to flourish in many forms of art. The impact was so dramatic and became so popular that paisley became renowned worldwide and has remained fashionable for centuries. You will love our Paisley tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

DABU - The Resist Process called Dabu involves using wax or gum clay mixed with resin. With the help of brush or block or by hand this is applied to the portions of the cloth. The color is then applied to it. The wax is then washed off in hot or flowing water and the applied color moves into this area to give a diffused effect. This process is somewhat similar to the batik process. Block printing is then applied on the portion of the cloth where the original color is retained. The fabric is highlighted by printing specific outlines and patterns against the contrast color. Due to the use of wax, the designs get a broken appearance like batik due to the leakage of color once the resist is washed off. Many of the dyes used in Dabu are derived from vegetable dyes and kashish dyes. You will love our Dabu tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

JAIPUR - The Jaipur prints have been one of the leaders of hand block printed textiles for more than 500 years. The opulent cultural heritage of Jaipur city is distinctly evident even today in its exquisite textile prints. The elegant prints of Jaipur are directly influenced by the royalty who at one time formed the niche clientele. A harmonious blend of a variety of elaborate yet sophisticated designs in delicate shades on a single piece of cloth place the prints in a class of their own. Today, Jaipur prints are internationally recognized for their ethnic designs on pure cotton using natural and vegetable-based dyes. You will love our Jaipur tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners.

BATIK - Evidence of this ancient technique can be traced back to over 2000 years ago from many regions of the world. Samples of this ancient art form have been found in Egypt, Middle East, Turkey, India, China, Japan, and West Africa. Batik is achieved when melted wax is applied to cloth before being dipped in dye. It is common for people to use a mixture of beeswax and paraffin wax. The beeswax will hold to the fabric and the paraffin wax will allow cracking, which is a characteristic of batik. Wherever the wax has seeped through the fabric, the dye will not penetrate. Sometimes several colors are used, with a series of dyeing, drying and waxing steps. After the last dyeing, the fabric is hung up to dry. Then it is dipped in a solvent to dissolve the wax, or ironed between paper towels or newspapers to absorb the wax and reveal the deep rich colors and the fine crinkle lines that give batik its character. In one form or another, batik has worldwide popularity. You will love our Batik tablecloths, placemats, napkins and table runners. 041b061a72


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