Tablecloth from France
The Lauris Jaune rectangle French tablecloth is created with love in the south of France.
This family owned business in Nice have been producing quality tablecloths in the traditional style for “la vie Provencal” since 1933. That’s three generations! Made with the finest cotton fabrics, the colourful designs feature the best nature has to offer from this stunning region.
Your Lauris Jaune French tablecloth will bring joy to every dining occasion and give a lifetime of pleasure. Ideal for everyday use or for special occasions.
This stunning tablecloth takes it’s name from Lauris in Provence. A beautiful village that sits on top of a rocky cliff, it has amazing view across the Durance Valley, the Alpilles and the Luberon.
The design features a border which beautifully frames your table.
Choose between 100% cotton or the same 100% cotton tablecloth with an acrylic Teflon coating.
Normal machine wash in cold or warm water. Washes beautifully. Your tablecloth doesn’t shrink and is fade resistant. So easy to care for.
100% Cotton Teflon Coated:
What a fabulous invention!? Easy care. Simply wipe down with a wet cloth after each use. The cotton fabric is treated with an acrylic Teflon coating therefore the tablecloth is stain repellent. It’s like magic because any spills simply bead on the cloth ready to be wiped off. Perfect for high traffic areas such as the kitchen or outdoors.
The great thing about the coating is that although there’s a light sheen, because the tablecloth is made of cotton (and not plastic or oilcloth), it drapes nicely at the corners and doesn’t stick out at awkward angles. This water-repellent cotton can be washed in the washing machine although it doesn’t need washing nearly as often as a standard cotton tablecloth. A bonus for the environment and it saves you time and money. Ideal for everyday use.
Complete the Look:
Dress your table in style. Combine with matching napkins or a bread basket for the complete look. Classic elegance to bring a touch of France to your dining.
The photos are as accurate as possible. However, colours in photos are sometimes slightly different to the tablecloth, so small colour variations may occur.