By s4ndr4. Oval. At Sunday, October 27th 2019, 07:30:24 AM.
A beautiful piece of fabric is beautiful anywhere. There’s no reason why you can’t get more out of a tablecloth by using it as a throw on the sofa, or at the end of the bed. You could even hang it on a wall (look at Scandinavian fabric wall hangings for inspiration), or use it as an informal curtain. All that matters here is that the texture or pattern catches the eye.
You'll find quality and durability with the Water Flower line of vinyl tablecloths by Broder Manufacturing Inc. Featuring a lovely, colorful floral design on a light background that will blend smoothly with any current design. No laundering necessary. Cleans up easy with just a damp cloth. The tablecloth is 4 Mil thick with quality flannel backing for extra durability, weight, and slip resistance. Wonderful for both indoor and outdoor events. Great for fall, spring, or year round.
The tablecloth that suits you best will vary depending on your needs. You’ll need to keep a number of different factors in mind. The size and shape is important; you want to be sure it covers the whole table. The type of material also matters. Different materials react differently to spills and stains.
The building block of any table setting is the tablecloth. Which is why it’s important to pick the right one for your home. But just like other decor, choosing linens is about more than finding a set that reflects your style. It has to be sized to fit your table.
Plaids and solids offer timeless versatility. When you want to create a more versatile look, pick out oval shaped tablecloths in a solid color. Plaid prints are another great option that gives an eating space a classic appearance that never goes out of style.
Tablecloths are one of those extra things for the dining room that can easily get forgotten. Once an essential first step for dressing your table, now they’re more likely to be kept for special occasions, or swept away altogether so you can see the grain of a wooden tabletop. But we think it’s time to revisit them, and the various roles they can play in your home.