It is possible to choose an anti stain protection for even easier maintenance.
They come in three colors: blue, yellow or ecru.
These are great idea for an Easter tablecloth, with the quality of a confection made in Provence...
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For Easter or daily fancy...
The poppies pattern is obviously very colorful, whatever color you choose.
The table top part of cloth is a colored background in the center of which is drawn a large round bouquet of poppies and some sprigs of lavender. It appears as it was in three dimensions, ready to leave the fabric, so the colors are realistic.
The drop is decorated with very large poppies and lavender on stems knotted together, repeated all around. The finish is neat: a tone-on-tone braid stops the border.
So many spring flowers are perfect to celebrate Easter or to use daily on the kitchen table.
The Poppies collection
Presented here in accessories, the napkins and the table bread basket perfectly complement this article.
There is also the rectangular version of this tablecloth, in different sizes. For daily meals in the kitchen, placemats in simple or coated cotton will be infinitely practical. Moreover, kitchen items are available in the collection: gloves or assorted potholders.
A nice colors scheme to bring fancy and especially a Provencal note to the meals ambiance with these round tablecloths.
Advantage of coated cotton
Originally, a piece of printed cotton fabric is covered with a thin layer of acrylic, which makes it more waterproof.
The interest is to preserve the properties of the cotton (elegance, pleasant touch, resistance, ease of maintenance), while erasing its power of absorption. The spots then slide on the surface of the fabric web and no longer penetrate the interior of the fibers. You will be able to quickly mop up any substance accidentally poured, and the stain will be gone.
This is a significant advantage to save time and even avoid laundry.
- Coquelicots & lavandes
- 71 inches
- White, Blue, Yellow
- 100% cotton
- Without treatment, Coated
All our household linen is made with care in the South East of France with quality textile materials. In order to preserve all the qualities of your article, we recommend you to follow our maintenance advices. This will help you enjoy the features and properties of your house linen longer.
Some tips : to wash your laundry, we recommend Marseille soap, a natural and really effective product that the washerwomen (lavandieres) of Provence used formerly. In addition to being environmentally friendly and harmless to the skin and the environment, it cleans and removes stains perfectly without damaging fabric. You can also use white vinegar as a softener: it's natural too. Do not hesitate and follow the example of Provencal housewives, back to fundamentals: it's good for you, for your home, and for the planet!
For TEFLON treated or coated fabrics: we recommend to iron on the reverse side of the fabric to reactivate the properties of anti-stain treatment.
Machine wash at 30° C
Do not bleach
No dry clean
Do not use tumble dryer
Low temperature ironing
Choose your tablecloth according to your table (shape and dimensions), how you use it (indoor or in the garden) and ... your preferences!
Which dimensions ?
Whatever the shape of your table, you may start by measuring length and width or diameter.
Once the dimensions known, make sure to add 15 to 35 cm (about 6 to 14 in) on each side for the fallout (30 to 70 cm in total, or 12 to 28 in).
If you do not know the dimensions of the table (for a gift for example), you may count in number of guests: therefore, allow a minimum of 60 to 70 cm (23.6 to 27.6 in) between each guest and apply this simple rule:
- For a rectangular table, the length of the tablecloth should be 150 cm up to 4 persons + 50 cm each time you add 2 more guests (for 10 guests, the length of the tablecloth should be 150 + 3 x 50 = 300 cm)
- For a round table, the diameter of the tablecloth should be 150 cm up to 4 persons + 30-40 cm each time you add 2 more guests (for 8 guests, the diameter of the tablecloth should be 150 + 2 x 40 = 230 cm)
Is coating useful?
The coating facilitates daily use and spares machine washes by allowing to wipe stains off with a sponge; untreated tablecloths offer a softer touch; Teflon-treated tablecloths offer 2 advantages ... Your choice will depend essentially on 3 criteria:
- Outdoor use: If your tablecloth is mainly used outdoor, we recommend that you choose coated cotton;
- Frequency of use: for daily use, prefer the coating to simplify maintenance. Conversely, for occasional use (party, reception, etc.), we recommend a tablecloth without coating for printed cotton or treated with Teflon for jacquard woven cotton.
- Your personal feelings: If you want to find the touch of 100% cotton, go for untreated or Teflon treated tablecloths.
Printed cotton or jacquard woven: a matter of texture
Printed cotton tablecloths and 100% cotton jacquard woven tablecloths are mainly dedicated to the 'art de la table'. They can have an acrylic or Teflon coating to prevent stain permeation. Printed cotton is lighter, for everyday or outdoor use. Jacquard cotton tablecloths are generally more refined, with very elaborate patterns and a texture that makes the drop off more neat. They are appreciated for setting a holiday table.
Jacquard woven cotton and polyester blend tablecloths are more designed for decoration, because this combination of materials and their weaving method allows a thickness close to the upholstery fabric.
In both cases, maintenance remains simple, and machine washing is possible at 30-40 °C, with a recommendation for washing at a 'delicate linen' program for the decorative jacquard woven fabric (because of the threads in relief). We recommend ironing all your tablecloths inside out, to prevent the heat from altering the beautiful colors of Provence. This is strongly recommended for anti stains treated tablecloths and it will reactivate the coating protection.
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