Confession: I don’t own a tablecloth. In fact, prior to writing this article, I thought of tablecloths as the festive monstrosity that came out during family Christmas! But turns out, sometime in the last few years, they become cool, very cool! From abstract artworks to beautiful linens (and everything in between), tablecloths have become a unique way to express your personality and liven up your tabletop.
Martinich&Carran Paradise Island Tablecloth: Bringing to life the art of Melbourne based artist Rowena Martinich, this summery tablecloth is full of turquoise, frothy whites, apricot and pink. Printed on Belgian linen, it retails for $290.
4 Leaf Clover Ficifolia Corymbia Tablecloth: The perfect way to add a uniquely Australian touch to your table, this tablecloth celebrates the beauty of our native flora and fauna. Designed and made in the NSW Southern Highlands from 50% linen and 50% cotton, it retails for $230.
Aqua Door Designs Black Ink Splatter Tablecloth: The Brisbane brand is dedicated to creating unique and colourful homewares the traditional way – by hand. This tablecloth features black ink spatters, screen printed on off-white linen. Coming in two sizes, prices start from $159.
Linen House Nimes Olive Tablecloth: Stone-washed and ever-so-soft, this pure linen tablecloth is perfect for casual or formal settings and will soften beautifully over time. Available in three sizes and a range of colours, prices start from $99.95.
Alabaster Trader Indian Summer Tablecloth: This tablecloth has been hand block printed in India with a delicate floral paisley design. It strikes the right balance between neutral and interesting and is made from 100% Indian cotton. $79.
Bonnie and Neil Kooka Waratah Rose Gold Tablecloth: Known for their botanical motifs, bright patterns and tributes to Australiana culture, every product is produced by hand in their studio in Melbourne. Made from 100% oat linen tablecloth, this tablecloth features a kookaburra and waratah design in rose and gold. Available in two sizes, prices start from $230.
Dandi Eucalyptus Tablecloth in Mood Indigo: Inspired by the beautiful round leaves of the Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, this tablecloth is printed in Sydney on 100% cotton. It is available in a white and snow colour variation, plus three sizes. $89.95.
AURA Home Vintage Stripe Tablecloth: As timeless as it is chic, this charcoal tablecloth is luxuriously tactile and woven from the highest quality linen (60%) and cotton (40%). Available in three colour ways, it retails for $149.
Basil Bangs Geometric Powder Tablecloth by Sarah Ellison: The Sydney label has married the superior Teflon technology with their beautiful outdoor canvas to create a tablecloth that looks and feels like a fabric, but with all-star stain resistance! This print has been designed exclusively for Basil Bangs by stylist Sarah Ellison and features a textural watercolour wash background. $179.
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