Tilia - Linen Tablecloth Beige - 145 x 250 cm
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Tilia provides a natural look to your dining table with its natural color tones. The linen tablecloth matches any tableware and brings elegance and luxury.
The composition of linen and polyester makes Tilia an extremely soft tablecloth that is less likely to crease.
Would you like a full set of table linen for your dining table? Combine the Tilia linen tablecloth with the matching linen napkins.
Material :47% linen and 53% polyester
Dimensions:140 x 250 cm
Production process :Woven
Weight :1 kg
Your table linen will be shipped with DPD. You will be neat on the be kept informed when you can receive your acquisition .
Your satisfaction is our goal. Not convinced? Follow the steps below and receive your paid amount back.
Why 100% Satisfaction Guarantee?
We are only satisfied when you are too. We promise to supply you with top quality rugs. Made entirely in Belgium thanks to our 200 enthusiastic craftsmen and women. Still not convinced? We will gladly take your rug back.
How long is this valid?
30 days after you received your rug.
Send an email with the reason for return. Make sure the rug is packed properly and securely . We will arrange for a collection service to come by to collect your carpet. No signs of use or stains? Then you will receive the paid amount directly into your account.
Not sure about the right size or color? No worries! Ask for free advice and we will help you personally. This way we avoid unnecessary costs and disappointments.
What about stains?
Your table linen is made to last for years to come. So you don't have to worry about stubborn stains.
How should I wash it?
It is best to wash your linen at 30 degrees. This way it maintains the highest quality. Thanks to the mix between polyester and linen, you don't have to iron. So nice and easy!
How is linen made?
The natural linen is made from the fibers of the flax plant, which are located around the core of the stem. After the harvest, the flax is extracted and collected to dry.
The flax has been produced in Western Europe for decades. This is because our climate is very favorable for this plant. The years of craftsmanship have also been preserved here. This ensures the ideal combination with a top product as the end result.