Today I’m partnering with Loom & Table to share a simple summer tablescape – and to show you their beautiful, custom table linens.
What is Loom & Table?
If you haven’t heard of the company before, Loom & Table has been manufacturing and supplying luxury table linens for top-tier hotels, resorts, and restaurants for decades – and now they sell direct to customers!
That means we can now get our hands on quality, custom table linens in beautiful designs and patterns. I chose the Branches design, because I love the soft aqua blue background and delicate design of white braches. But Loom & Table makes tablecloths for every aesthetic – see their other tablecloth designs here.
Choosing Custom Table Linens
Loom & Table offers three standard sizes in this print (sizes offered vary from design to design), as well as a custom option. I provided the measurements of my dining table and was sent a tablecloth that is perfectly sized, along with six generously sized, matching napkins.
Ordering custom table linens is easy: enter your own desired dimensions on the product page, choose from three shape options (rectangle, oval, round), and immediately see the price displayed. Then simply add to cart! There’s even an online size guide if you need help. If you’ve ever struggled finding the correct sized tablecloth (often an issue for vintage or custom dining tables), now you can get the perfect size!
Loom & Table Quality
This tablecloth is a premium polyester, which will soften with every wash. The polyester has a really beautiful drape and sheen but, here’s the best part: I put this on my table directly from the dryer. I laundered it after it arrived and I was delighted to discover that I could pull it from the dryer and use it immediately – without ironing. I have always had to iron my tablecloths and napkins, which is sometimes such a chore, so I love that this tablecloth is easy care and effortless. Perfect for summer entertaining!
Loom & Table relies on in-house manufacturing and their products are made with care, in generations-old family-owned factories, with the finest craftsmanship. Your purchase will be delivered straight from their loom to your table!
Styling a Simple Summer Tablescape
Summer tablescapes are all about creating a great ambience, while keeping things easy and effortless. To style my new Loom & Table Branches tablecloth and napkins, I used simple plates in white and clear glass. I didn’t want to distract too much from the beautiful aqua print. But to add a little depth, I used my favorite vintage teal glasses and a teal glass vase with fresh blooms. I spent forever choosing the flowers – I finally settled on a mix of white, pink and deep cranberry for some contrast. Vintage brass flatware completes the look and I love the patina of the brass against the delicate pale aqua hue. This summery tablescape is accidentally inspired by my lakeside location: the cool, watery hues of Lake Superior and the vibrant hot pink lake summer sunsets!
Loom & Table Runners
Loom & Table also makes table runners. What I really appreciate is that Loom & Table offers so many classic solids, enhanced with a beautiful texture, or subtle prints – but no fussiness. Last year, after making my DIY concrete skull candle holders, I could not find a simple white table runner anywhere. I literally ended up using a scarf! Every table runner I found locally was very seasonal and themed – and often bedazzled. Why are there so many beaded table runners? I’m delighted that Loom & Table sent me their Cedar runner in White, because now I have the perfect table runner for every season and occasion – see all of the designs and colors available here. Just like their tablecloths, you can order custom sized runners to get the absolute perfect fit.
Find More Tablescape Inspiration
Loom & Table offers many beautiful tablecloths, runners, and napkins to create the perfect table setting – for summer dining and beyond. Follow Loom & Table on Instagram for more tablescape inspiration and take a look at the website to find your perfect table linens, straight from their loom to your table.
This post was sponsored by Loom & Table, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.