Colors and Jacquard
In this Renaissance collection, colors and patterns are highlighted by the French method of Jacquard. On lively tones that juxtapose, the designs of medallions, scrolls and interlacing stand out thanks to the weaving. Most of the patterns are « tone on tone », with the exception of those falling from the tablecloth on a light background. These are in a slightly contrasting color. The table top remains sober, with just a few diamonds as engraved in the cotton. The two proposed colors use current bright colors. The turquoise blue tablecloth is however colder than the fuchsia pink tablecloth.
Choose your right sizes
You are looking for a tablecloth for a rectangular table. Before choosing it, you must know the dimensions of your table top. Then you have to take into account a drop to add that must be between 8 and 14 inches for a nice presentation. This is in general, but you could decide, for example, that the drop table is longer. Think this should not bother the guests. Regarding the width, no question to ask, unless your table is "out of the ordinary". Otherwise, the width of a tablecloth is modeled on a standard of 59 inches which befits a majority of tables. Here, the Renaissance rectangular tablecloth offers a width of 4 inches above the standard, which allows a nice amplitude.