By s4ndr4. Round. At Sunday, October 27th 2019, 07:17:58 AM.
We are frequently asked about the availability of round paper tablecloths, and more specifically, why the round shaped products available from our competitors are not especially cost effective. The reasoning for this is really quite simple; paper tablecloths are cut from a large master roll. Creating a round paper tablecloth is basically involves taking what would be cut as a square tablecloth and trimming into a circular shape. Although there are companies which stock these items, the prices reflect the fact that the production process results in a large amount of paper waste.
Round Table Cloths are available in a variety of colors and styles. The 5 most popular restaurant table linens colors are White, Black, Ivory, Burgundy and Red. Standard size for these tablecloths are 120” X 90”.
Before you can set the table and arrange your centerpieces and table decorations, you need to smooth out a stunning tablecloth! With the help of Oriental Trading you can build the party tables of your dreams from the ground up. Let's get started by choosing tablecloths!
When shopping for a round tablecloth, choose a quality piece that's easy to clean. We're talking machine washable, folks! We love the classic look of offerings by Restoration Hardware. The three tablecloths that follow all come from Crate & Barrel, and their classic simplicity is hard to beat. First up: the Beckett Natural 90″ Round Linen Tablecloth, crafted from pure, natural linen:
When you first mention to some round tablecloths, what do they think of? I'm not sure, I would be guessing to tell the honest truth. What I can quite often tell you is what they are not thinking about which is how much a pain it is to purchase. It is a big problem for a lot of our clients (I do a lot of interior design work out in the field) why because so many people are conditioned into buying for a normal oblong or rectangular table and don't have any experience otherwise to know what to do but that's the nature of the round tablecloths.
Do you ever think something up in your head and when you finally get the chance to make it, you find that it came out even better than you expected? Well, I admit that doesn't happen too often, but I was so happy when I made this tablecloth for my breakfast table – it was just perfect!