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Burlap Natural Table Cloth 60x80
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Adorn your table with the Burlap Natural Table Cloth. Bring a relaxed, fresh atmosphere to your dining room table with this vintage-looking, down to earth tablecloth. The soft cotton burlap in a rustic tan gives old time appeal without being itchy. Its striking rectangular silhouette and our standard .5" hem fold add a modern farmhouse finish, so that your table is ready for any occasion. This 60" x 80" cloth can be washed for easy upkeep and is iron-safe. 100% cotton. Features *PREMIUM CONSTRUCTION: with over two decades experience crafting goods for American homes, our items are built to last for years to come. *FARMHOUSE DECOR: fits your farmhouse home with updated country style. *QUALITY MATERIAL: made with durable 100% cotton for a proper look and feel. *EASY CARE: machine washable for simple and hassle free cleaning. *COTTON BURLAP: This tablecloth consists of soft natural cotton burlap for multipurpose use. *QUALITY FINISH: Finished with our standard .5" hem fold *QUALITY FINISH: Finished with our standard .5" hem fold *SINGLE FABRIC: Machine stitched Specifications *Material: 100% Cotton *Manufacturer Country: India *Care: Machine Wash, Line Dry, Iron safe Sizes Available *70" diameter - 1.5 lb *60" x 60" - 1.5 lb *60" x 80" - 1.9 lb *60" x 102" - 2.3 lb *60" x 120" - 2.7 lb Colors Available *Natural - Natural * Due to the loose weave nature of the fabric, minor variances will occur. Sizes are approximate.Read More
Tablecloths serve many functions; they are decorative elements for any formal or casual event, and also help shield your tabletop from unwanted spills or stains. They have long been a staple among the table linen family, and paired with the right place settings and centerpieces, a tablecloth can help make your next dinner party or weekend brunch a hit. Don’t rush out and buy the first design you fall in love with though — believe it or not there is a method choosing the right tablecloth for each table and occasion. Read the tips below to learn how to perfect your table decor with tablecloths in the correct size, shape and material for every event.

What tablecloth sizes and shapes work best?

When picking out your tablecloth, make sure to measure your table and consider its shape. You should of course buy one that matches the shape of your furniture — a round tablecloth for a round table, an oval tablecloth for an oval table... you get the idea. Pairing the wrong shapes will cause the the material to bunch and fold in strange places, making for an awkward look and potentially unlevel plates and dishes. As for size, make sure your tablecloth is not too short or too long. You’ll want at least a 6 inch drop, and usually a 12-18 inch drop on most sit down tables. If it is in fact going on a sit down table, it should cover the sides of the tabletop, but not be long enough to pool up in your guests laps as they eat (they might mistake it for a napkin!). For tables used as a buffet, it’s alright for the linens to drape further down, either for a dramatic effect, or to cover anything you need to store and hide below.

What tablecloth materials are available?

Commonly, tablecloths come in vinyl, cotton or linen, though other materials, such as burlap, lace and paper are also available. Plastic, oilcloth and vinyl tablecloth options work well for a kid's table, picnic table or outdoor space, since they have a casual look, are waterproof, and easy to wipe clean. Cotton is great for the everyday lunch or casual dinner, and is generally machine washable, while linen tablecloths are a bit more formal and perfect for holiday dinners and special events. Lace tablecloths can be the toughest to clean, but also provide a timeless look, and pair well with all sorts of designs, like burlap, to dress them up or down for any occasion. Decide where you’ll be using your new tablecloths most often, and how much effort you are willing to put into cleanup, before making any decisions regarding material.