Upgrade to Cloth Napkins for Home Meals

For everyday meals or fancy dinner parties, cloth napkins are the superior choice over disposable napkins. Firstly, cloth linens are reusable, making them the eco-friendly choice. Secondly, these napkins are made of a thicker and more absorbent material, allowing them to soak up drips and spills more efficiently. They are also much softer and feel nicer when wiping your mouth or hands. Finally, cloth dinner napkins simply look nicer than their paper counterparts and can also be folded in a variety of interesting ways to further enhance their decorative appeal.

Setting the Table

Every household should have a few sets of solid print dinner napkins stored along with the rest of their table linens for everyday use. Basic cotton napkins are inexpensive and look nice when paired with plain or patterned dinnerware.

For special occasions, fill your table linen drawer with pretty printed napkins to give your table settings a little extra flair. Set these napkins at the side of each dinner plate or wrap your napkins with a napkin ring and place the roll on top of each plate.

  • Simple striped or colorblock dinner napkins add fresh style to modern tables for any event.
  • Choose fun printed napkins featuring bright colors for spring events or summer barbecues.
  • Cloth napkins with metallic accents are great for holiday parties. Finish the table off with a classic centerpiece made up of taper or pillar candles.

Whether you're serving a casual meal or hosting a fancy dinner party, cloth napkins will ensure the event is that much more special. Not only do these napkins feel softer than their paper counterparts, but these table linens will add effortless elegance and style to your table settings.

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