By s4ndr4. Tablecloth. At Saturday, October 26th 2019, 19:06:56 PM.
Do you face problems of un-pressed, bad smelling tablecloths while going to use them for a sudden dinner party? If yes then the problem is the way you store the tablecloth, and not in your tablecloth.
Needing a beautiful, but practical tablecloth? Well, then we have you covered. We know how important a quality tablecloth can be for any event whether it is just a nice family dinner or a special celebration. Tablecloths are a great investment because they protect the surface of your table, keeping it clean while making the setting look beautiful. When it comes to shopping for a tablecloth, it can be overwhelming because there are so many on the market today. And that is why we want to make shopping for the perfect tablecloth as easy as possible, which is why we have put together our top 10 favorite tablecloths on the market today. We have rated them for quality and put the pros and cons for each so you can quickly make a decision about which one would be best for you.
Though tablecloths are primarily a functional means of protecting tables from damage, they are also an opportunity to add color and style to a kitchen or outdoor living area. Tablecloths are manufactured in a variety of materials including cotton, polyester, linen and vinyl; specialty tablecloths for weddings and events may be made out of silk or organza. The purpose of the tablecloth determines which material will best suit your needs, but each material offers benefits and drawbacks in terms of functionality or style.
Perfect for families with young kids, this 100 percent linen tablecloth is so affordable that you won’t feel too guilty if it gets doused in spaghetti sauce or grape juice. (Plus, it’s machine washable and easy to clean.) Still, it’s elegant and suitable for an occasion as formal as a holiday dinner or a business dinner. If you’re looking for a pure white tablecloth, this is a great choice—it’s a stark and bright white with no cream undertones.
For formal events like weddings, tablecloths are available in numerous specialty fabrics like silk or organza. Silk and organza are more expensive tablecloth options, but they offer a more luxurious appearance and a number of formal style options including embroidery. Specialty fabrics require more delicate washing and care but most specialty tablecloths are only used on occasion. Consider renting specialty linens to avoid the cost of purchasing them in large quantities.