118,116 beds linen Products
These driftwood place mats are just, well, awesome! I love their clean look and that they show off the unique lines of the wood grain.
These classic French table linens come in the most luscious colors and patterns. Their dynamic, interwoven design keeps the eye guessing and ensures they complement a variety of styles and color schemes in your home. I find every time I glance at ours I pick up a new design nuance, and never fail...
These soft gray blue placemats give a graphic punch that doesn't sock you in the face or compete with the food. It's just the right amount of pattern to make a tablescape stand out.
J'adore these disposable hemstitched napkins from Spain-based company MYDrap. In fact, I've been using them for entertaining purposes for a couple of years now, and I am still enamored with them. A little yellow cocktail napkin with white stitching would make the perfect accompaniment to that...
Nothing says summer like nautical-inspired stripes in bold colors. This table cloth is perfect for summer parties!
Add some colorful and dynamic geometry to your table with these striking linen napkins. Buy a set all in one color or mix it up as you wish; they are sold individually.
These striped dinner napkins are awesome. They're bold while still neutral enough to use any time of year.
This beautiful botanical batik pattern scrolls across a background saturated in vibrant oranges and watery blues. Don't be surprised if you catch your dinner guests staring down at the beautiful napkins in their laps.
Batik Orange Napkin
Because I have a round dining table, I've learned that 120-inch diameter table skirts are hard to find. I love the color of this blue burlap one. It would be beautiful for a winter table setting, or it could be left on year-round.
I'm always on the hunt for new napkins, whether to replace old ones or simply spruce things up on the table with some new color. But these I'd have a hard time switching out of rotation. The design and color feels timeless and fresh at the same time.
I like placemats that are neutral enough to leave out at all times, and these from Z Gallerie allow you to do just that. You can dress them up with fine china or use them with paper plates for a birthday party — they're versatile enough to use in any setting.
Give your table some romantic flair with this red and white lattice-print table runner. I like how this runner is so multi-dimensional. It can even look great for spring, summer or Christmas.
Geometric prints are so popular right now, and this table runner is high on my must-have list. The color and print are perfect for using on your table or dinner buffet. Hopefully, it's high on your must-have list, too.
Geo Runner, Sunset
Etiquette is alive and well. (Thank you, Downton Abbey.) Don't forget what goes where with these placemats.
Capiz might have gotten a tad played out when everyone got a chandelier in the material a few years ago, but I still love the shell's pearly luster. How pretty these place mats would look around the dinner table!
These placemats look printed from a distance, but don't be fooled! They are made from lumbered birch and qingke trees in northwest China and will add a bit of rustic chic to your dinner party.
Make things easy on yourself by prepping a stack of these adorable little house-shaped placemats in advance. Cutlery tucks right into the sewn-on pocket, so setting the table is a snap.
Quality crisp linen napkins will be appreciated by everyone. I love the range of neutrals in this collection.
These woodgrain printed napkins are made from eco-friendly flax linen and printed with water-based inks. Simple faux bois patterns like this remind me of topographic maps.
This luxurious tablecloth with an intricate print and aquatic coloring is beautiful in both detail and overall style. Play up the pops of orange with brightly hued napkins or placemats.
These blue and white ikat napkins are simple yet striking. Perfect for a breakfast, lunch or dinner table.
I've had some circular foam placemats from Ikea that I have loved for the last 5 years. These bubble motif mats are a step above in class and weight. I think I might have to buy these. They're light, fluffy and easy to clean. I would warn that the white will look great but you will NEVER get red...
For the ultimate in luxury, invest in a set of Leontine linen napkins embroidered with an Asian-inspired monogram. These are true works of art and are of heirloom quality.
Metallics, either printed or woven, are common in India textiles, as are block prints of iconic Indian scenes, like these elephant riders.
These very chic linen hemstitched cocktail napkins are monogrammed with a single block letter of your choice. The color is fabulous as is the price of $24.00 for a set of six.
Round Floating Bed
I much prefer place mats over tablecloths — they have a more modern look and are much less trouble. These chic raffia place mats have a Greek key border and are available in four colors for a great look.
Watercolor table linens in shades of sapphire and citron blend together to create a gorgeous starburst effect. And because they are hand-dyed, each piece is unique.
I'm guessing that if you're buying record placemats, they would match a ridiculous amount of music-themed decor already existing in your home.
The big, bold floral pattern on this quilt feels like a breath of fresh air. Bring it out on extra-cold nights when a reminder of spring's blooms will be most appreciated.
Both tailored and elegant, the Round Pleated Party Tablecloth is designed with gorgeous details like tailored pleats, ribbon and heavy bullion trim. Its neutral color ensures it will work with any decor and for any dinner occasion.
If you're getting a fall table setting together and want to make a statement right off the bat, start with a gorgeous tablecloth. I love the Marimekko pattern on this one, and the color is perfect for fall.
With a tablecloth this pretty, you can certainly pretend it's summer all year long. It has a certain je ne sais quoi, don't you think?
Beauté Bordered Linen Tablecloth
When dining, a simple nautical striped tablecloth takes you to Paris without purchasing the airfare. Then you can cut and size it to fit your table.
Add a little flare to your romantic, home cooked dinner with this red heart fabric runner. While the individual hearts are recognizable, the composition feels a little more abstract.
I don't know if I can get behind (forgive the pun) eating on jeans, but these are pretty cool. And you can tuck your silverware in the pocket. They're made from vintage 1970s Levi's.
The French conserve on paper products, and how elegant would it be to use these monogrammed napkins everyday? Comes with free monogramming — I want these!
No, we're not trying to tell you you need to diet, but these farmyard placemats are just too darn cute. Sold as a set of four, each set includes a hen, a cow a sheep and a pig.
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