Dining rooms are the holy grail of every household. The way we set up our tables shows the feeling we have about being together, lets people know how much you appreciate them by putting extra effort, and it definitely influences the appearance of your food. Besides, every important discussion happens around the dining table. So why not have the best set-up for all these pinnacle moments?
Our custom dining placemats are meant to do exactly that. We can stitch these gorgeous accessories in any of our 2000+ fabrics, to perfectly complement your room’s window treatments or other dining linen. Our dining placemats are priced per pair and are sold ONLY with drapes/shades/dining linen.
Ready to dazzle your dining table? Read on for how three of our stylists dazzle theirs.
Jasmin Arya, Senior Stylist
“I believe that no matter how expensive your china, it’s the linen that defines a table. My essentials include:
– Table runners – You can never go wrong with a runner. I find them quite handy especially when you can layer them over a tablecloth, place them sideways to share with the one in front of you, or arrange them with candles.
– Tablecloths – Even though optional, it is worth adding when you’ve got a special colour theme going on.
– Napkins – I’m a stunner, and I know napkins add a very nice touch to my dining table. Sometimes I go for the disposable paper napkins with bold colours and fun prints if I just don’t want to keep washing my napkins.
– Placemats – Depending on my setting, I have a variety of placemats for every occasion. My custom dining placements bring an entirely unique look that will always leave the visitors impressed.”
Haley Whiting, Drapery Stylist
“I don’t know a better way of highlighting the beauty of a table than by using a centrepiece that creates a focal point. Strategically, I use my centrepieces to uplift the table’s theme. Whichever one I use – flowers, twigs, candleholders, crystals – it’s always exciting to bring that creative edge.”
Anna Jacob, Shade Stylist
“Candles! Our evening meals are in the warm glow of candlelight. A dimly lit table sparkling with candles never fails to me in a good mood. Just don’t use scented candles. You don’t want anything interfering with the aroma of the food if you know what I mean.”