Who would not want silk tablecloths draping their event tables? Our Shantung rental table linens are the way we can all afford this lusciousness. Truly a Classic in every sense of the word, Ivory Shantung is a soft warm color that is just perfect for every gathering on its own, or as base for all other shades. Your event will be dressed even better than your guests in these fashion inspired hue and texture.
Threads that serve to create a subtle pattern and texture, making it quite distinctive from our other ivory linen counterparts. Instead, the Ivory Yuma adds visual interest and blends seamlessly with table décor in any of its multiple thread colors, with the look of Burlap, but soft, supple and fragrant free. With the creamy ivory tone, you will be hard press to find any other color that will not be a fashionable duo.
Wedgewood Marquis Damask
Inspired by the infamously historical firm, our Wedgwood is a soft grayish blue that has a striped pattern in a easy taupe that creates this perfect latticework design. Add a crisp white napkin, and your design work will be complete. Do not forget that this hue will combine with many traditional colors from England and beyond.
This linen is a created with fabric that is inspired from nature and the land. With a subtle rippled pattern texture, this Damask material is reminiscent of the earth and all its greatness. Born from the mighty oak, Acorn Contour is a soft beige hue that will remind you of autumn, but you will definitely want to use this tablecloth throughout the year. Truly, any décor will be fortunate set atop these rental tablecloths.
Acorn Moda has a sandy countenance with just a hint of sunlight. This versatile, textured fabric collection mixes sparkling metallics and single hues in an innovative, stylish, “fresh from the fashion runway” manner. Enhance the look with sun and sea tones — the golds and blues that speak summer. Or use it as a base for dramatic dark hues that would lift it to new heights of sophistication, perhaps with the addition of burnished bronze?