Selecting just one won't be easy, as these stain resistant tablecloths come in very successful color combinations.
Some colors are distinct, with complementary colors (blue / yellow) or bright (yellow / red). Others are softer and more neutral, such as the ecru tablecloth framed in beige and taupe, or different shades of almond green.
The choice will depend on your interior, and your taste. If you are unsure, here are some tips: the ecru / red / gray tablecloth is rather wintery and should be reserved for festive events (Christmas, for example). Soft-toned ones are easier to match to your tableware, and blue and yellow backgrounds are more Spring tablecloths.
When buying your cotton tablecloth, always prefer a French manufacture, because France has mastered this know-how for a long time!
The jacquard design of this tablecloth was created by a Provencal company, but the woven jacquard was invented in Lyon by an engineer of the same name in the 19th century.
Associated with a high quality Teflon Dupont® coating, this weaving method with countless colored threads is perfect for table linen. You won't be disappointed with the texture that will last over time.
Its maintenance is therefore very simple: just wipe up the tablecloth which will be ready to be reused. You can machine wash it and iron it inside out occasionally.
This is a very classic design on the theme of the olive branch, and new at the same time.
The frieze is quite stylized, and bordered by other small, light drawings. The angles of the tablecloth are worked in negative, with a square pattern.
The art of jacquard weaving allows these combinations of so refined designs.