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Heritage-Inspired Circle Printed Tablecloth: A Sustainable Addition to Your Table Setting

Regular price €249,00 EUR
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Introducing our latest product - a beautiful capsule collection created in collaboration with Studio Kunukku. This collection pays homage to endangered heritage crafts and features designs inspired by age-old techniques and slow fashion methods.

The collection showcases a range of clear linens that are block printed with unique patterns in harmonized colors of greens, ochre, terracotta and deep blue. The prints include a combination of geometric shapes, graphic elements, and floral designs, creating a cohesive collection where all pieces complement each other perfectly.

This tablecloth is printed with circles and half circles in soft tones of olive green and ochre. This clean and minimalist tablecloth is a beautiful addition to any table setting and tells a story of heritage and crafts. It is also eco-friendly, as all linens are made from European fabric deadstock.

The entire collection is a celebration of slow fashion and sustainable practices, with each piece made with care and attention to detail. It is a perfect choice for those who appreciate traditional crafts and want to support ethical and eco-conscious fashion.

  • 140 X 220 - 55" X 87"
  • To ensure the longevity of your linen and to keep it looking fresh, we recommend washing it at 30 degrees without using any whitening agents. If you notice a stain, we recommend soaking the linen in clean water to help distend the fibers and make the stain easier to remove.

    After soaking, you can rub the stained area with natural soap such as Marseille soap. Once the stain has been treated, you can proceed with a normal cycle wash at 30 degrees Celsius.

    It's important to note that linen can shrink if exposed to high temperatures, so it's best to stick with a lower temperature when washing. Additionally, we recommend avoiding the use of fabric softeners as they can damage the natural fibers of the linen. By following these simple guidelines, you can keep your linen looking beautiful and in excellent condition for years to come.

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