By s4ndr4. Square. At Friday, September 27th 2019, 23:49:46 PM.
Maybe tablecloths remind you of your grandmother's house or a fancy restaurant. But when you're decorating your dining room and you want it to feel like you, a tablecloth is an easy way to add your personal style. Of course, tablecloths are functional too, protecting the surface of an heirloom table or hiding the ugly scratches caused by careless movers.
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Square tablecloths have been in use for centuries. These are used with the sole intention of protecting the table from any kind of stain or damages. However, with changing times, they are being used to add aesthetic appeal to the table besides protection. While traditional fabrics were used previously, now various different materials are being used to create square table cloths. In the past, tablecloths were hand crafted either by sewing or weaving throughout the world. They were made is such a way as to be functional as well as decorative.
Outdoor table cloths typically differ from indoor coverings in that these must be able to stand up to the elements. Moisture collects on them, and they may have standing water if left out in the rain. Fit is an issue because wind will quickly wear down a loose-fitting cloth. It also has to be more durable in order to stand up to the abuse of outdoor activities.
It's a good idea to have a few tablecloths on hand because the color can help set the mood. While white always works, sometimes it's fun to get a little festive or get seasonal styles. This extensive articles set outs the many types of tablecloths for your table.
When you are working with a smaller table, you do not have a lot of room for embellishments or decorative statements like centerpieces. Instead, let your tablecloth do all the work-and give it some reinforcements. A simple way to spruce up a small square or circular table is with layered tablecloths. Squares work the best, as you can layer them at alternating angles. Start with a solid color square tablecloth and drape it over the table-you can put it down straight or askew, it does not matter. Then, place a smaller, contrasting (but complementary) square tablecloth over top of it at a skewed angle. This second tablecloth can be solid-color or patterned, as long as you can see both. This layered design adds just a little visual flair and excitement to what would have otherwise been a boring, unimpressive little table.