1,126 Modern Kitchen and Table Linens
Pretty statement tea towels with fun phrasing should be used to dry the dishes or framed as artwork.
As a hostess, I want to be sure to protect my perfectly chosen outfit. An elegant apron ties it all together.
Handcrafted napkin rings bring elegance to a table with a personality all their own, yielding a dinner party with chic panache. The glitter of the Ardana Napkin Rings is twofold. First, you'll notice the natural piece of unpolished amethyst which crowns each ring, its natural violet hue royally...
Aprons are my friend, and cute aprons are even better friends. These stylish aprons pull double duty by helping me look good while keeping me clean.
Pink cupcakes on a towel — who doesn't love that? This fabulous design will bring color to any kitchen.
I love these custom napkin rings made from reclaimed wood. They're beautiful, unique and sustainable.
These cotton napkins are great for fall, but certainly work for any season. The crisp leaves and that bright pop of color add just the right amount of playful fun to any mealtime.
Have you always wanted a stylish yet functional way to display your favorite treasures? The Eclipse Contemporary tagre, featuring a visually stimulating contemporary design, is sure to exceed your expectations. With its glass shelves and many available metal finishes, this contemporary tagre is...
Our Blue Fish modern placemats in deep sapphire on cream add coastal flair to any tabletop. Perfect for entertaining or just everyday use! The eco friendly placemats coordinate with our Blue Fish napkins and table runner. The coastal placemats also make unique seaside inspired gifts for beach...
Bring the beauty of the outdoors in with our garden-inspired Bloom modern placemats in gorgeous olive on cream. Perfect for entertaining or just everyday use! The eco friendly placemats coordinate with our Bloom napkins and table runner. The floral placemats also make a great green gifts. Designed,...
party of two. Two-tone natural linen crosses the table to mat/mate two diners on opposite sides of the table. Get three for six guests, four for eight, you get the idea. Runner frames dark linen with light border.- 100% linen- Drape placemat across two placesettings- Machine wash- Made in India-...
Stefano Giovannoni and Guido Venturini (collectitvely known as King-Kong) are the proud parents of the "Girotondo" project, a line of kitchenware characterized by the playful little man that skips through the designs. Behind their design was "the express desire to skip outright the lessons of the...
These napkins by Kim Seybert are classic while still up to date in the latest large-scale design and colors.
Classic car hubcap meets fondu party meets my new favorite trivet. Metal mixed with wood, you complete me.
Have more fun in the kitchen with mix-and-match tea towels in whimsical colors and retro-mod patterns.
Soren Thygesen has shaped the Marmitta roaster with his experienced hands in a modern and sensuous expression. The forms reflection between top and bottom effectively encapsulates the content, seals in the heat and lets your imagination run free. Features: -Marmitta collection. -Designer: Soren...
Here's a new take on the traditional tea towel. Those old flowery ones won't know what to do with themselves with this new kid in town.
Who doesn't love poppy flowers? I think they are gorgeous, and I wish I had a full garden of them. Instead I can stare at two cute towels and just imagine my garden full of them.
Sprouts are all about freshness, new starts and springtime. This towel is adorable and cute in black and white.
These dishtowels have the perfect mix of embroidered detail and French country style. Look no further if you need a gift for a baker. Include some vintage cookie cutters and recipe cards with this dishtowel, and your gift recipient will be baking away in no time.
This tea towel from Sister Corita Kent will add art and color to your kitchen. It's a limited edition, so snap yours up now.
THE SWEDISH ECO-FRIENDLY DISHCLOTH: The dry sponge cloth was invented in 1949 by the Swedish engineer Curt Lindquist, who discovered that a mixture of natural cellulose (wood pulp) and cotton can absorb an incredible 15 times its own weight in water.
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