The new "Tri Color" spandex cover from A-1 Tablecloth Co.
, South Hackensack, N.J., features different colors on top and bottom; the designer can pick the third color for the accompanying band. For another look, alternate the colors of the bands.
, with offices in both Toronto and Vancouver, British Columbia, has debuted this black and white stripe cover. Akin to a referee's shirt, the cover works well for sports-theme events.
This black and white damask flock damask chair tail from Cloth Connection
, Spring Valley, N.Y., provides an elegant accent to a gold chiavari.
Here, Cloth Connection's "Wisteria Garden" damask chair tail.
This saucy polka dot chair cap from Sparks, Nev.-based Creative Coverings
, fits any chiavari, the company says.
The new "slipper cover" from Houston-based Distinctive Details
is a patented two-piece cover that transforms a rounded back chair into an elegant square-back look. Here, the cover pairs with a sweeping platinum burnout skirt.
The Windimere skirt from Distinctive Details features a chic rhinestone brooch.
Jomar Table Linens
, based in Ontario, Calif., can create custom linen to fit virtually any chair. Here, the company's Nova Swirl White fabric transforms a larger padded ballroom chair. "We haven't found a chair that we can't cover and make more beautiful," they say.
Irwindale, Calif.-based Linen N' Stuff
has debuted a new ribbed spandex banquet chair cover, available in 19 colors, designed to fit standard hotel chairs.
Linen N' Stuff's new wraparound banquet chair cover is made of wrinkle-resistant scuba fabric; no sash is needed to create the distinctive wrap on the back.
New York-based Magnolias Linens'
new Tassel cover features wispy strings dangling from an organza base for a unique, textured look.
of Pittsburgh puts two pretty rosettes on lamour chair caps for a romantic yet tailored look. The bride and groom's chairs will feature full tuxedo backs with a fishtail, the rosettes cascading down the back.
Also from Mosaic, these Flowerpatch bikini chair backs mix hot pink and orange lamour for a luxe yet lighthearted look.
Over the Top
of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., offers an asymmetrical chair back that can be used alone on a chiavari (as in this photo) or layered over another color.
The new spandex "half" chair back covers from Over the Top cost half what full spandex covers do yet deliver plenty of drama, the company says.
of Paterson, N.J., offers an easy way to jazz up a plain chair cover with its chairback covers. Available in more than 500 fabrics and colors, the tiny toppers give a designer look; they fit banquet, ballroom and folding chairs. Here, a black satin pointed chairback cover with lace trim.
The new Garden Collection from Los Angeles-based Wildflower Linen
includes the Isabelle style, featuring ruffles of dupioni silk.
A suitable treatment for bridal tables and guests of honor, the Puffy Barrel from Mosaic clothes chairs in ivory lamour.
The new SplashBack line from Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Sculptware
takes the traditional chair cover "to the next level," management says. The SplashBacks slip quickly and easily over chair backs to offer color and design accents.
A zebra pattern SplashBack from Sculptware provides a sophisticated theme element.
Sculptware's SplashBacks can be custom-screened, providing a dramatic way to present logos, graphics or messages.
Chicago-based BBJ Linen
has added new Bengaline chair covers; they provide rich texture and come in 22 colors.