936 Modern Table Linens
Our Rock Shrimp modern napkins in bright coral on cream add a whimsical beach cottage touch to any tabletop. Perfect for entertaining or just everyday use! The eco friendly napkins coordinate with our Rock Shrimp table runner. The coastal napkins also make a unique seaside inspired gift for beach...
Pure cotton table linen in festive patterns which are not only good for Christmas but also whenever you need a little bit more help to create that cheery atmosphere. Hand woven and very well manufactured to not only look good but also last long.
Broad woven stripes in yarn-dyed tonal greens with white accents make the perfect cover for our Table in a Bag or picnic grounds.
Mix up your table linens with these bold colored napkins. They will make your dinner guests salivate.
Jurianne Matter is the Dutch designer behind this gorgeous elephant fabric. This tablecloth is so beautiful that I would leave it on the dinner table forever.
'Little Elephant' Tablecloth
Bring the beauty of the outdoors in with our garden-inspired Passion Flower cloth napkins in luscious chocolate on cream. Perfect for entertaining or just everyday use! The eco friendly napkins coordinate with our Passion Flower placemats and table runner. The floral napkins also make great green...
Two terrific looks in contrasting neutrals make a modern statement with our easy-care, reversible placemat. Wood grain pattern lends fashionable attitude to the rich chocolate and frosty ivory surfaces.
Expert cross-stitching embroiders a painter's palette of muted circles on a neutral, naturally textured cotton-linen background.
Place settings blossom on fresh floral-shape placemat. Graphic concentric flower pattern is screened in black on clear base of easy-care polypropylene. Wipes clean with damp cloth.
Fleur Black Placemat
Two terrific looks in contrasting neutrals make a modern statement with our easy-care, reversible placemat. Faux leather pattern lends fashionable attitude to the rich chocolate and frosty ivory surfaces.
The aari embroidery technique creates iconic flower and leaf motifs in glossy coral and soft green on neutral ivory cotton.
Flowing grasses in soft pastels create a pastoral landscape on creamy cotton sateen. Designed by Fujiwo Ishimoto in 1991 of Marimekko.
The Japanese company, Fog Linen Work, creates the most amazing pieces that always seem to embody beauty through simplicity. Quality linen, superb craftsmanship and perfectly executed design make these pieces a must-have for your home. Linen is very easily maintained.
I-25. Set of 25 mats in 10% post-consumer paper take the high way in grey/black/white with recycled agri-based inks.- Turnpike design in grey, black and white- Made of 10% post-consumer recycled paper and agri-based inks- Made in USAInternet only.
Our Blue Fish cloth napkins in deep blue sapphire sea on shell white add coastal flair to any tabletop. Perfect for entertaining or just everyday use! The eco friendly napkins coordinate with our Blue Fish placemats and table runner. The coastal napkins also make a unique seaside inspired gift for...
Designed in 1956, Kivet ("stones") marked the beginning of the close relationship between the legendary designer Maija Isola and Marimekko. A simple yet modern pattern, originally created by cutting paper circles with scissors, Kivet has been recreated in a variety of colors since its inception in...
Kippis ("cheers") juxtaposes whimsical glasses and goblets with a formal compositional grid. Created by Maija Louekari in 2008, the combination of freehand black-ink sketching filled in with color and set on a stark white background creates a festive yet sophisticated pattern.
From a Portuguese maker of wine corks comes this reversible round crafted of eco-friendly recycled (and recyclable) cork. Natural color variations create a unique decorative pattern on each mat.
Designed by Erja Hirvi in 2004, Lumimarja ("snowberries") is a modern return to organic and natural design encapsulated elegantly in this Marimekko pattern. The snowberry, whose interior resembles crystalline snowflakes, is representative of the beauty that can be found throughout Finland's vast...
Rounds of sheer cotton voile are printed with textural rings in six brights and neutrals for a distinctive modern table setting.
Offset bands of multi-colored geometrics angle this way and that in a sophisticated statement between planes of tonal greys.
The Pikku Bo Boo print is a mini version of the Bo Boo pattern, designed in 1975 by Katsuji Wakisaka. Filled with cartoon-like cars and playful buses in bright primary colors, Pikku Bo boo continues to be an iconic children's print that can transcend generations.
Maija Isola's 1961 Silkkikuikka ("great crested grebe") conjures a bird's flight utilizing the signature broad brushstroke technique present throughout the Joonas series. Feeling that sitting inhibited her artistic expression, Maija composed the entire series to the sound of pop music while...
Rich hand-dyed colors in subtle tone-on-tone hues are handwoven into a grasscloth textured placemat.
As the first design credited to the mother-daughter design team, Maija and Kristina Isola, Melooni ("melon") depicts abstract deconstructed fruit with the simple use of three concentric ovals. Inspired by the pop art movement, the bold use of color and line accentuate the repetitive open-face cross...
This serene, illustrated landscape featuring birch trees characteristic of the Finnish wilderness appears more as a painting than printed tissue. Designed by Maija Louekari in 2005, Kaiku ("echo") perfectly reflects the sense of calm that nature channels when depicted in such a simple and modern...
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