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Cath Kidston Tablecloths

The Cath Kidston brand has been producing vintage products with a modern twist since 1993, when their West London shop opened to the public. They have long operated on the mission of 'making cheerful, practical products that bring smiles to people's faces and brightening their day'. Cath Kidston is a quintessentially British brand with a modern attitude to vintage design.

Choosing a tablecloth

Tablecloths protect your table from damage while it is in use, as well as making sure it stays dust and dirt free when it is not being used. Choosing a tablecloth is an important decision because you require something that suits your specific needs. A tablecloth must look attractive, whilst at the same time it needs to have the durability that you require.

Colours, patterns and shapes

Cath Kidston tablecloths come in a variety of colours and patterns. There are a wide range of block colour tablecloths, block colour with simple pattern tablecloths and fully patterned tablecloths to choose from. A simple tablecloth suits a more modern style or a room that makes heavy use of tablecloths, whereas more intricate patterns are a better option for rooms with a vintage vibe.

Choose from a variety of shapes, from square tablecloths to oval tablecloths . If you have vintage furniture and would like to create a contrast, use a square tablecloth to offset the furniture for an edgier style.


Naturally, the size of tablecloth is important. Too small and it will provide inadequate coverage of the table , too large and it will hang too far down to the floor. It is important to remember when calculating the size of the tablecloth that you should not just calculate the surface area of the table, but also add onto the measurement how much drop you want on each side. The amount of drop is dictated by its purpose: the more formal the occasion, the longer the drop needs to be. Generally for home use, 4 to 8 inches is the advised amount depending on the styles of the table.

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