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?
Ash Modas darker hue is as fresh and appealing as a spring day after a light rain. That’s why we love its slightly greyed tone, capturing the look of a watery pond shimmering in the sunlight. Add fresh flowers and some patterned china, combine it all with pale solid napkins. The look is perfectly charming. Ashs tones of grey and silver highlight the intricacies and softness of Moda, making it a perfect fabric for an elegant event.
Made up of a bouquet of chrysanthemums and given its petals a surprising texture, our Sonnet line is soft and supple and just perfect for so many of your future celebrations. Originally derived from Italian and meaning little song, this original will add that melodic harmony that you event desires. Beige Sonnet is our warm light brown that highlights all of your décor with a touch from nature, and combines the femininity of flowers with the masculine hue unexpected, but adored. You can also mix it with our Mum napkins that are available in White and a creamy Ivory, which add a touch of historical elegance, with a touch of crisp cotton. Subtle in nature, your guests will love all the texture avowed at your fete, that they will want it for themselves.