By s4ndr4. Tablecloth. At Sunday, October 27th 2019, 07:25:04 AM.
Are there kids in your home? If yes, getting durable tablecloths are very important for you. Aside from the happiness you get from your kid you cannot neglect their mischief. There is no way you can stop them from dirtying your favorite tablecloth every now and then. In any case, you have only one choice, that is wash it off. What will happen if you have to do this every day with a normal tablecloth?
Tablecloths are a great start, but definitely not the only thing you will need for your special event. Polyester or cotton-feel napkins are a great alternative for paper napkins for both aesthetic and environmental reasons, and they also look a lot nicer. Placemats are also great accessories to have because they have two important functions: adding depth to your color scheme and protecting your table linens.
Table linens are often put through the wringer. Whether you're hosting a small picnic in your backyard or are catering a 250-person wedding, you're going to need to rely on quality tablecloths to see the event through to the end. You've got a variety of choices at your disposal: fitted tablecloth covers, rustic faux burlap table linens, plain tablecloths, uniquely patterned tablecloths, and all the options in between.
A colored tablecloth will instantly brighten any space and make it more inviting. This colored option from Solino Home is crafted from pure European flax linen, which is durable yet soft to the touch. It will easily withstand years of dinner parties and family events.
It’s tempting to think that when it comes to buying tablecloths, the only thing that matters is the size of the tables you need to cover. While it’s absolutely true that you can blindly purchase linens without any sort of knowledge regarding table linens, knowing just a few things about textiles will help you better understand your own needs as a consumer when buying a tablecloth–or, more likely, enough tablecloths for an entire party.
Adorn the table for your party with a no-sew tablecloth using a large inexpensive drop cloth you can find at a hardware store in the paint section. With a bit of tracing you can easily convert the drab sheet of fabric into a cute scalloped tablecloth that can be dyed to match whatever color you need.