Offering all the authentic appeal of burlap without the rough texture, "Faux Burlap" from A1 Tablecloth
is ideal for country-Western themed events or barbecues. The fabric comes 60 inches wide and is machine-washable. Here, the Faux Burlap tops a leopard print full tablecloth.
Kaleidoscope from A1
is a modern take on damask, featuring intertwining "bubbles." Colors available are brown, fire orange, papaya, khaki, maize and wheat.
The "little black dress" of table linen, "Black Shanelle" from BBJ
is made with ribbon taffeta on a sheer base, which allows the base cloth to shine through. Available in 90-inch squares and 108-inch rounds, the fabric will be offered in white and red shortly.
new "Caribbean Floral" damask overlay is reversible.
Another double-duty reversible damask from BBJ
, "Lanai," which is available in 90-inch squares.
Feeling sort of '70s? Keep that retro vibe going with BBJ's
new "Pistachio Mandalay," a modern take on a classic.
Inspired by Monet, BBJ
has introduced "Reflection Shantung" in dreamy shades of blue.
The "royal" look is still going strong since Kate and William tied the knot. Gala Cloths
offers a line of pretty lace linen, including "Eden," shown here, available in 90-by-90-inch squares. Photo: Photography by Alexander.
And more pretty lace from Gala Cloths
: "Juliette." Photography by Alexander.
Runners have become a hit with event designers, leading Gala Cloths
to offer runners in more than 30 colors in bengaline and a variety of damasks, taffetas, sheers and specialty fabrics such as sequined and lame. Here, "Onyx" atop a red base cloth.
A stunning white-on-white wedding from Gala Cloths
, featuring an oversize, custom-embroidered sheer of silk rosettes, chair caps in "Riga"--a white taffeta--and Irish linen napkins. Photography by David Michele.
likes to mix it up, here showing its new "Natural Weave," an alternative to burlap, along with its "White Classic with Pistachio Geometric" in the background.
creates a moody look with its "Element" linen in black and red, along with its black "Monarch" chair cover with a red band. Photography by Ace.
Here, a gray "Geometric" sheer complements a turquoise bengaline moire from Graceful Tables
. Clients are calling for graphic, geometric patterns, the company says. Photography by Ace.
pleases planners who want the "natural" look with styles such as "Vintage Vine." Photography by Ace.
Prairie from Jomar Table Linens
offers all the rustic authenticity of burlap but--because it's 100 percent polyester--is far easier to care for.
new "Sedona" style goes burlap one better--it offers a burlap look in a jacquard print.
brings sexy back to parties with "Croc," its faux crocodile-skin fabric available in three colors: olive (shown here), raspberry and aqua.
The "Funzie" from Mosaic
is a 3D fabric that adds fun to table design. It is available in solid colors--ivory, black, silver and eggplant--and can also be paired in several colors for the trendy "ombre" look.
Brand-new 3D fabric "Leaf Jungle" from Mosaic
is available in 9 colors to add sass to event design.
Table Tutus from Mosaic
are ribbons of two-tone custom chiffon that add flirty flash to cake tables (as here).
"Table Tutus" used on escort card tables.
What could be more modern than the new "Pixel" linen from Over the Top
But the classics stay strong, too; here is the very new (debuted this week!) "Grand Damask" from Over the Top
. The line offers the classic look of damask but in a range of new colors. And, it's reversible.
With prints and geometric shapes hot, no wonder Over the Top
developed the dramatic "Chevron."
Embellished linen is still big--"Purple Carousel" from Over the Top
has been a hit with clients.
The new "Chains" print from Over the Top
is availble in pink, green and turquoise.
When you use"Rosette" satin fabric from Urquid Linen
, it will be hard to decide which of the more than a dozen colors to choose from. Rounds are available in 72, 108, 120 and 132 inches, along with all banquet sizes.
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