Do not eat these "calissons"!
Calissons have two meanings. These are both an almond-based sweet specialties of Aix en Provence, and small motifs repeated infinitely on the bottom of a fabric. No need to explain the meaning of the Calissons name given to this linen collection. Gourmands and gourmet will be disappointed... However, these quite simple but colorful placemats appetite.
Their Provencal colors invite to make delicious salads for a springtime lunch on the terrace. Unless the midday meal in the kitchen needs cheerful tones while waiting sunny days. You will love these mischievous calissons that illuminate your daily meals without tiring. Be it on a square, round, oval or rectangular table, the Calissons placemats will put you at ease and will offer you conviviality.
Play with color
The twelve colors offered allow to make many original combinations. So use your creativity. Mix similar colors or positives / negatives to achieve harmony. For example, beige - ecru and ecru - beige can be alternated around a table to break the monotony. Likewise, white - blue and blue - white work well together. We can also keep all the unbleached backgrounds and change the color of the pattern (and therefore the finish line). The white - blue, ecru - beige, ecru - green and ecru - red are matching perfectly.
If you want a break in the colors instead, match quite complementary tones: red and yellow, blue and yellow, yellow and orange, green and beige. You will create a nice dynamic decor, just playing with your colorful placemats.
Of course, the accessories that we usually buy with placemats are offered: napkins
, bread basket
, table runner, square table cover.
The other coordinates are numerous: we can mention tablecloths
in all possible formats, kitchenware
, and other beautiful placemats with a frame, rectangular or octagonal