The Product: Luxury pale blue tablecloth with Arabian motifs
One for the bottom drawer! You will want to treasure and keep this beautiful, pale blue tablecloth. Much like the muted shades and soft handle of antique, French table linen, this reversible, brushed cotton fabric has a weight that allows it to drape beautifully and it will surely only get better with age.
The soft blues of this tablecloth are reminiscent of mosque minarets. The subtle contrast patterning references the architectural detailing and cultural aesthetic of the Middle East. Both give this tablecloth elegant and enduring appeal and ensure it works in homes both classic and modern.
Style up for a summer lunch party with a fresh, blue and white china scheme. Assemble new and old crockery and team with elegant, modern glassware. Alternatively, create an alternative festive table with plenty of greenery, winter flowers and berries. Again, stick to a blue and white palette or introduce warm berry shades. Take a look at our blog post ‘A Fresh Take On Thai and Chinese Pottery’ for some blue and white china inspiration to translate for your table setting. We styled the tablecloth in a neutral-hued, modern dining space with a clean-lined, wooden dining table and muted Cole & Son geometric wallpaper as a backdrop.
The tablecloth, designed by heritage textile designer, Julia Brendel, is available in a range of sizes (see drop-down above) to suit different dining table dimensions and is washable at 30 degrees.